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As Big Break Greenbriers Stuart Gold addresses the ball, notice he sets up to the ball with just his right hand on the club, he then adds his left hand.
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A fundamentally perfect setup. All of his lines are square (or parallel) to his target line.
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As Stuart Gold starts his swing, notice how the club is well outside his hands and he already has great extension.
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At the top of his swing, Stuart Gold has the club pointed at his target, he is on plane, and he is coiled nicely.
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Big Break Greenbriers Stuart Gold has a bit of a steep angle of attack; notice that instead of the shaft of the club dissecting his right forearm, it is just above it.
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After making contact with the ball, Stuart Golds right arm and the shaft of his club make a perfect line.
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Just as he is on his backswing, and this part of his follow-through he is a bit upright, because it matches on both sides of the swing, he is able to hit the ball straight.
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Big Break Greenbriers Stuart Gold has a great finish position, you can see both of his back pockets meaning he completely released his body, and maximized his distance.
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Stuart Gold sets up to the ball nicely, making a slightly forward facing diagonal line with his left arm and the shaft of his club.
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As Stuart Gold takes the club back, notice how much extension he has, and notice how he has started to rotate the toe of the club open.
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Midway through his backswing, Stuart Gold has the club in a lovely position.
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Big Break Greenbriers Stuart Gold has arrived at the top of his swing, and is just shy of parallel.
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As Stuart Gold begins his downswing, notice how his hands have started down, but it seems that the club head has stayed put. You can really see the shaft flexing here.
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As Stuart Gold makes contact with the ball, he keeps the club face pointing at his target, and his head behind the ball.
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Stuart Gold, at this point in his swing has a bit of a reverse C. This is not entirely bad, because he later gets all the way to his left side.
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As Stuart Gold approached the end of his swing he gets his weight to his left side, and gets his right shoulder over his left toe nicely.
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Big Break Greenbriers Stuart Gold has a beautiful finish and has completely eliminated any influence of a reverse C by creating a straight line from his right shoulder to his left toe. Textbook!
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