Shaft bisecting trail forearm in downswing

WesquireWesquire Members Posts: 663 ✭✭
This is a fairly common checkpoint I see used online. How much truth does this have to it?
Driver - Ping G400 LST 8.5° (Mitsubishi CK Pro Orange 70 TX Tipped 1")
3 Wood - Ping G 14.5° (PX HZRDUS Black 75g 6.5 Tipped 1.5")
2 Crossover - Ping G410 17° (PX HZRDUS Black 85g 6.5)
4-W - Ping i200 (PX 6.5)
Wedges - Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth 50°/55°/60° (PX 6.5)
Putter - Directed Force
Ball - Snell MTB Black

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  • MPStratMPStrat Members Posts: 943 ✭✭
    edited Feb 8, 2019 6:16pm #2
    It's a still frame and you can certainly be a terrible golfer and hit that position, but it's a not a bad place to be at p5. A good percentage of tour players are steeper than that. A lot of it depends on the shaft angle and length of backswing at the top.



    Edit: I missed “forearm” in the title. Most are talking bisecting the trail humerus at p5, not the forearm
    Post edited by Unknown User on
  • baudibaudi Members Posts: 643 ✭✭
    edited Feb 8, 2019 5:08pm #3
    not for me. I like the shaft and head coming in from just behind the trailing elbow.
  • MonteScheinblumMonteScheinblum Rebellion Golf Sponsors Posts: 18,230 ✭✭
    Like everything else, it’s a guideline and point of reference. It needs context.

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