Video: Bryson DeChambeau Face On driver analysis – Setup 4 Impact swing

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Here is a face on analysis of Bryson DeChambeau’s easy to repeat golf swing, which is almost exactly what I teach in my Setup 4 Impact golf swing. Which is the easiest golf swing to learn as it is based on setting up to make great impact easier to attain.

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    • This shaft bow is caused by the difference in the speed of the hands and the speed of the clubhead as the wrists are unhinging on the downswing. A quote from Tom Wishon, possibly the knowledgeable shaft guru in the industry:
      ” The split-second we start to unhinge the wrist-**** angle, the arms begin to slow down while the club begins to accelerate to a higher velocity. Because the arms are slowing down while holding on to the club, the faster moving clubhead starts to push against the shaft that is being held back by the hands and the shaft begins to flex forward.”

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