And the Winner is… Bubba Watson 2014 Masters

By on May 1, 2014

Bubba put on a show again of big drives and deft touch around the greens.  I analyze his swing the Anti-Method Way so you can see how his swing can help yours.

He is unique to say the least and we love that about Bubba.



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  1. jean-marie laforge

    May 2, 2014 at 7:41 am

    first he must have confidance i n is swing
    second at the impact he step on his toes
    is that what some one called that((( toes dancer ))) a
    i read manay years ago( 40-50 years ) i dnt remember
    who wrote that ,even i see on ladies swing this day jml

  2. Josh Jeffers

    May 6, 2014 at 12:38 am

    “Coiling up against the resistance in his back leg. “. Bubba has the most hip turn on the PGA tour. I don’t know if I would refer to that as “coiling”. Along with the biggest hip turn on the PGA tour, he has the smallest X factor on tour as well.

    • Charlie King

      May 14, 2014 at 3:00 pm

      Josh, Your point is well taken. My reference in this video is the general use of “coil”. My general point is that good players turn against their back leg for resistance.

      A separate discussion would be about who turns their hips the least vs. players who turn their hips the most. Thanks for your input.

      • Josh Jeffers

        May 15, 2014 at 6:17 pm

        Thanks for clarifying Charlie. When I see the term “coil”, it’s typically associated with players who don’t turn their hips enough and try to turn their shoulders to create coil or “x-factor”.

        I see what you are saying now. Hope things are well!

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