The difference between what golf legend Moe Norman called a Pork Chop Chunk and a Bacon Strip is in the in-to-out swing path, as Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology explains.
Taking a page from golfing legend Moe Norman to answer a listener’s question about backswing and golfer’s elbow, Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology draws the distinction between pork chop divots and thin bacon strips on this episode of Golf Smarter Tips. You want your golf swing to resemble a bacon strip, with a steep angle of attack created by an in-to-out swing path.
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