With the advent of modern technology, high-speed cameras and launch monitors, no longer do we go by what a golf instructor "thinks" is wrong in the golf swing. Instead, we go by what the real raw data says.
In the future, golf instruction will look no different than how it athletes are trained at the Olympic level. When you look at somebody who's mastering gymnastics, weightlifting, diving, track and field, they all look basically exactly the same.
That's because a group of researchers has looked at the body and the biomechanics and determined what is the most efficient way for these athletes to perform the movements
We here at RotarySwing have taken the exact same approach to the golf swing. We looked at the human body from the inside out and said "how are the joints designed to move?"
What muscles are used to move the bones at those joints?
What is the most efficient way and safest way?
What causes injury and what prevents injury?
That's how we look at the golf swing. It's this same objective and analytical approach that is used in any other sport at the elite level and finally it's arrived in golf instruction with the advent of the Rotary Swing Tour approach developed by Chuck Quinton.
Will All Golf Swings Look the Same?
In a word, yes. Every single human being on the planet has the same set of muscles, the same joints, the same bones. Because of that, we should all basically move exactly the same way because there's only one way that is the most efficient powerful and safest way to move the human body when making a golf swing.
That doesn't mean you won't see idiosyncrasies from golfers who do certain movements differently in the future. There are lots of ways to successfully hit a golf ball. But, there is only one way that can be the most efficient, powerful, safest and optimum way to swing a golf club and that's what the Rotary Swing Tour is all about.
Take a look at what your golf swing will look like once you learn the Rotary Swing!