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Brian Cooper sets up to the ball nicely, he is in a comfortable athletic position.
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As Brian Cooper begins his back swing he maintains the triangle created with his arms and shoulders as long as he can. This makes the club head appear to be a little closed at this point in the swing.
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Brian Cooper has a very short compact back swing. He has the club well short of parallel, but it is kept nicely in front of his body.
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Because Brian Coopers stance is a little narrow, he is able to start his downswing by dropping the club straight down with minimal release of his hips.
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Brian Copper is in a wonderful position here! His hands are in front of the ball and his head is behind it. Notice how both of his feet are still completely flat on the ground at impact.
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After making contact with the ball Brian Copper has begun to release the club head, his left heel is beginning to lift off the ground and his belt buckle faces his target.
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Brian Copper has a short finish position. To many people this is where you would finish to hit a low punch shot.
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Brian Copper sets up nicely. His feet, hips and shoulders are all parallel to his target line and the club face is square to his target line as well.
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Brian Cooper exaggerates a one piece takeaway, this makes his club face appear a little closed at this position, his next move is straight up and that allows the club face to rotate open.
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At this point in his swing, Brian Cooper has the club in a nice position. His right elbow is tucked against his side and the club face is square.
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Brian Cooper has a very compact swing, but still gets the club in a great position. His left arm dissects his shoulders nicely, and the toe of the club is pointing towards the ground.
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As Brian Cooper drops the club into the slot, you will notice that a very minimal amount of hip rotation has occurred, and a majority of this motion was made by his arms and shoulders.
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As Brian Cooper makes contact with the ball, you will notice his head staying behind the ball, and his right heel beginning to lift off the ground.
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Brian Cooper has come slightly outside in on this swing, he was attempting to play a small fade. This can be determined by looking at where his shaft is compared to his shoulders at this point. Because the shaft appears to be under his left shoulder, his swing path was moving towards the inside as he hit the ball.
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Here Brian Copper has finished his swing, his weight is over his left side, his right heel is off the ground and he has begun to twirl the club in his hands.
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