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Ray Beaufils sets up to the ball nicely, he has his weight evenly distributed to both legs, and his head is just behind the ball.
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As Ray Beaufils starts his back swing he keeps the triangle made by his arms and shoulders intact (One piece takeaway).
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At the halfway point of his backswing, Ray Beaufils has great extension away from his body.
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Ray Beaufils is a bit past parallel here and his left arm has collapsed a little. He will get away with this with his next move.
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Ray Beaufils was a little past parallel and collapsed at the top of his swing but gets away with it because he starts his downswing with his arms and shoulders and the club is the last thing to go.
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This is picture perfect! His right and left arm are completely extended, his hips are fully released, and his head is behind the ball.
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Here Ray Beaufils has completely released the club head, and his right forearm is beginning to rotate over his left forearm.
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Ray Beaufils has a very solid finish position. His weight is on the outside of his left foot, his right heel is completely off the ground, and his chest is pointed at his target.
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Ray Beaufils keeps the club a little closed throughout the golf swing, so to compensate for that, he sets up with his feet a little open. This allows him to hit the ball straight.
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Ray Beaufils has the club on plane early, notice how the shaft dissects his right shoulder. Also notice that his club head is a little closed.
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Ray Beaufils is perfectly on plane with his left arm matching the angle of his shoulders exactly. His right elbow is nicely tucked into his side and points directly down to the ground.
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Here, Ray Beaufils has turned a little more that the conventional golf swing would call for. His club goes past parallel and his left arm collapses a little.
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Picture perfect impact position here! Hands in front of the ball, head behind the ball and hips fully released.
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Here, Ray Beaufils has released the club head and his swing is still on plane. Notice how the shaft looks like an extension of his shoulders.
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Ray Beaufils ends up in a great position here, his right heel is off the ground and all of his weight is on his left side.
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