Joost Luiten Golf Swing Lesson

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Joost Luiten Golf Swing Lesson by Mark Crossfield PGA professional AskGolfGuru. Mark takes a look at the new Wales Open champ 2014 and talks about his golf swing. Watch Luiten’s golf swing in slow-motion as Mark talks backswing, downswing and impact ideas to try and help you with your golf games.



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Game Changer says:

This is a classical finish which is very much the way Jimmy Ballard teaches, a similar example is Rocco Mediate who also stands pretty tall all the way through the swing finishing very upright with 100% of his weight on his left foot! No back problems with this action, also very simple swing to learn!

BarrieStylez says:

He has the talent to be in the Ryder Cup. But with players like Luiten, Gallacher, donaldson you don´t know how they will deal with the pressure. Gallacher is having a hard time now on the Ryder cup. Even Luiten wasn´t swinging the club nice on day 4 at the Wales open. But trust me when i say Joost Luiten will be there in 2016 when he gained more experience in the majors. 

Martin Sampson says:

just would like your thoughts on wearing glasses, like you my eyes are rubbish need reading glasses but don't use them on the coarse, are your glasses a hindrance getting steamed up, as yours are miles bigger than the ones I where, keep up the good work thanks Sam

Tr33fiddy says:

I like what's going on here.

Hugo B says:

do one on ryder cup players' swing !

Sander Nelemans says:

As a Dutchie, and a golfer… thanks for the analyses Mark Crossfield (Parfield) 🙂

brown55061 says:

Wow I have the exact same "quirks" and even with the right elbow out like that. Glad to know someone who plays a lot can take a swing like mine and win tourny's with it. Interesting analysis Mark, thanks for sharing.

Anders Pedersen says:

Very nice with pro-swing analysis !, plz do more

Eelco Snijders says:

Brilliant analysis! Great get this immediately after a Tour win and understand the player. Pity Joost didnt make this Ryder Cup. He got a tough match play reputation (this is why he held it together in Wales), but needs another two years to make a bigger name for himself.

Mark, can we look forward to a weekly swing analysis from that week's winner on tour?

Diego Diaz says:

Great player, he is as he's on the Tour.
Classical swing ? Not a chance.
Ben Hogan is the Classic Swing.

casinoexp says:

Nice lesson. You talk about club head position a lot but I can't find a video that explains the position
From start to finish.

Chris Diana says:

lets have a few more of these looks at pro swings leading up to the ryder cup. c'mon stars and stripes!  Payback time.

Asuramonk23 says:

You seem to be recording from quite a way behind him? Wouldn't that influence the lines and angles?

Jordi Eslotes says:

Ugly swing not my favorite player but i support him as im dutch and holland doenst have that many players so go Joost 

Benny Frank the 3rd says:

Love your comments on the pro swings. Would the right elbow close to the right side be something that ALL good ballstrikers have?

Benji Boyd says:

Do a set up video please

Catorce says:

Not just because of the win, but I would have loved for McGinley to have picked him ahead of Westwood for this year's Ryder Cup.

Chris I says:

Great slo-mo video, really good to see the motion frozen in critical parts and explained, very helpful., thank you!

itubeutude says:

He's got the monty finish.

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