Tiger Woods Golf Swing | Problem With Alignment of Front Spine Angle


Tiger is perplexed when his drives head right. In this video, we measure a 267% increase in his front spine angle between address and impact. This opens his clubface at impact and accounts for him pushing his drives to the right. He initiates this huge increase when he starts his downswing by shifting his hips toward the target. This hip-shift degrades accuracy in all golfers and can be avoided by following the example of our golfer who does not use this strategy during his swing (Huertas) and drives an average of 350 yards.

In our video, we provide other examples so that golfers can see how to hit the ball a long way and keep it in the fairway.