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Mark Silvers has a very traditional and fundamentally sound setup position.
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Mark Silvers begins his swing by sweeping the club away, while beginning to rotate his hips. Notice the flex in his left knee.
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At the 9 OClock position, Mark Silvers has the club directly in front of his chest, and is beginning to coil nicely.
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Mark Silvers has a picture perfect top of the backswing position. His club face is perfectly on plane with his shoulders and arms.
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As Mark Silvers pulls the butt of the club towards the ball, he begins to release his hips as well.
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Mark Silvers has arrived at a wonderful impact position. His head has stayed down and the logo of his glove is pointing at his target.
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Mark Silvers is still looking at where the ball once was long after it has taken flight. He has fully released the club at this point in the swing.
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Mark Silvers finishes with all his weight on his left side, and his chest and belt buckle facing the target.
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Mark Silvers addresses the ball in a very traditional and fundamentally sound way.
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Mark Silvers has a wonderful one piece takeaway. Notice how well he has maintained the triangle made by his arms and shoulders.
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Halfway through his backswing, Mark Silvers has the club in a wonderful position. His right elbow is tucked to his side, and the toe of the club is beginning to point towards the target.
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Print this out and study it! Mark Silvers is in the perfect position at the top of his backswing. His left arm and shoulders match perfectly, his club face is perfectly on plane, and shoulder turn is larger than his hip turn.
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As Mark Silvers begins his down swing, notice how you can see much less of his left knee. This is the beginning of the weight shift into his left side.
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After making contact with the ball, Mark Silvers has maintained his spine angle nicely and the club is perfectly on plane.
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Mark Silvers finishes his swing with all his weight on his left side, and his right heel completely off the ground.
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