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Isaac Sanchez sets up to the ball nicely, he is hitting a short iron here and that is why his stance looks a little narrow.
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As Isaac Sanchez begins his swing, he gets the club rotating open rather quickly. Notice that you can already see the logo on his glove.
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Isaac Sanchez has a very short compact swing, especially with short irons. He is well short of parallel, and the club is pointing at the target nicely.
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Isaac Sanchezs first move from the top is dropping his arms straight down, and a slight release of his hips.
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As Isaac Sanchez approaches impact, notice how far his hands are in front of the club head. This is crucial to be able to hit down on the ball and take a divot.
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As Isaac Sanchez approaches his finishing position you will notice that he has rolled his left foot a bit to ensure that all his weight is on his left side. His right heel has also begun to come off the ground.
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Isaac Sanchez has a wonderful finish position. His right shoulder has ended over his left toe, and his chest is facing his target.
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Isaac Sanchez addresses the ball wonderfully, his feet, hips and shoulders are all perfectly parallel to his target.
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Isaac Sanchez begins his swing my rotating the toe of the club towards the sky. He also begins to turn his hips, notice how much more of his left knee you can see now.
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At the 9 Oclock position Isaac Sanchez has a full hip turn, and has almost maxed out his shoulder turn as well.
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Isaac Sanchez has a very short and compact backswing. He is well short of parallel but still has the toe of the club pointing towards his target nicely.
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Isaac Sanchez approaches the ball by dropping his shoulders straight down. This allows him to attack the ball from an excellent position. Notice the amount of lag he has created.
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As he hits down on the ball, Isaac Sanchezs hips begin to fully release and his right knee begins to flex, this leads to his right heel coming off the ground.
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After making contact with the ball, Isaac Sanchez has kept his spine angle nicely. It is nearly identical to when he addressed the ball.
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Isaac Sanchez has a nice finish position. His right heel is off the ground, and his left ankle is rolled slightly to insure all his weight has gotten to his left side.
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