July 8, 2019

Matthew (Matt) Wolff’s Golf Swing – an analysis

With Matthew (Matt) Wolff winning the 3M open yesterday in only his 3rd professional start, I had a lot of questions from golfers about his swing. I decided to do an in depth analysis taking a look at;

  • Why his swing is “weird/strange”
  • What makes his swing work so well despite the above
  • What you can learn from this

Click below to watch the video.

 

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