Professional golfers have different swings for different clubs in their bags, and Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology, explains the pros and cons of this approach.
Most professional golf players have different swings for the different kinds of clubs in their bags. The most noticeable difference is in the swing arc — that is, how long before and after the ball strike they swing the club. Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology, explains why this approach helps, as he answers a listener’s question on this episode of Golf Smarter Tips.
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