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Rick Cochran sets up to the ball perfectly. Notice how the triangle made by Ricks right thumb and first finger points directly to his right shoulder.
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As Rick Cochran takes the club back his head tilts slightly, and his left eye is positioned directly on top of the golf ball.
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At the half way point of his backswing, Rick Cochran has a huge amount of extension and has begun to coil nicely.
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At the top of Rick Cochrans swing, he has the club in a perfect spot. He has the club far away from his head and just shy of parallel. Notice the angle made by his left leg, watch this leg as he attacks the ball.
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As Rick Cochran begins his down swing, you will notice his left knee move towards your right, this movement of the knee allows Rick to start to release his hips.
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As Rick Cochran gets ready to make contact with the ball, you will notice that his left leg is now completely straight, and his hips have released nicely. He also has a great amount of lag headed into the ball.
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This position is picture perfect. Rick Cochran has his head down, he is shaking hands with his target and his right heel is beginning to come off the ground.
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In this position you can really see how Rick Cochran has released the golf club by rotating his forearms. At this point, his forearms look to actually be touching.
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Rick Cochran has a textbook finish position. All his weight is on his left side, his right heel is completely off the ground and his belt buckle is facing his target.
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Rick Cochran sets up to the ball wonderfully, not only are all his lines parallel to his target line, his spine angle is wonderful. Notice how flat his back is at address.
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As Rick Cochran takes the club back, he quickly gets the club into a perfect position. The toe of the club has begun to point skyward and he has kept the triangle made by his arms and shoulders nicely.
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At this point in his swing, Rick Cochran has the club a little off plane. His next move is straight up, and gets the club back on plane nicely.
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From the previous position, Rick Cochran has lifted the club straight up, and has now got the club in the perfect position. His left arm matches his shoulders perfectly and his club is pointing towards his target.
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As Rick Cochran attacks the ball, he releases his hips and drops the club straight down into the slot.
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Take notice of this position. It is absolutely perfect. His head is still down nicely, and his arms are both completely extended towards his target.
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Here most players have their right arm matching the angle of their shoulders. The position that Rick Cochran has the club, just above the angle of his shoulders, tells us that he is playing a small draw. We can tell this because to get the club into this position, you must have an inside out swing path.
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Absolutely perfect finish position. Rick Cochran has maintained his spine angle nicely, and his club is now pointing almost directly to where the ball was laying before he made contact with it.
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