Looking for a hint on how to learn a simple golf swing?
The simplest golf swing, by definition, should be the golf swing with the fewest moving parts. If you subscribe to this one, simple notion, then the Rotary Swing Tour is, hands down, the simplest golf swing on the planet.
How this Simple Golf Swing was Developed
The Rotary Swing Tour was developed from the inside out. I didn't take all the random golf hints and tips flying around the golfing world today.
Instead, I took a completely objective approach. I wanted to build a simple golf swing that was based on fundamentals of golf swing mechanics and biomechanics.
To do that, I had to define a set of requirements for each movement and then determine the simplest and most efficient way to meet those requirements.
For instance, something as simple as stance width had a set of requirements. What are the requirements of stance width in this simple golf swing?
- You need stability for power
- You need to be able to transfer your weight between your feet without swaying off the ball
- You need to be able to move safely and avoid injury
No golf hints about stance width were going to meet those requirements. No, I had to look at the underlying golf swing and body mechanics to come up with the fundamentals of stance width in the golf swing.
Simple Golf Swing Fundamental Number 1 - Stability
To be stable in the golf swing, you could stand very wide. That would meet requirement number 1.
But, it would then mean that requirement number 2 would not be met. So, there must be a fundamental to the proper stance width that meets both requirements.
Simple Golf Swing Fundamental Number 2 - No Swaying
The golf swing is hard enough without your eyes moving all over the place during the swing. Remember the first hint, a simple golf swing must have the fewest moving parts possible. The vestibular process is a very complicated one that need not be overly complicated by moving your eyes from side to side.
So, here's a golf hint on your setup - you must be wide enough for stability but not so wide that you sway off the ball. If we meet those two requirements, then the third will be easy to accomplish.
In the end, the fundamental of stance width was established.
Every single movement in the Rotary Swing Tour was looked at this way.
I established a set of requirements and then met those requirements using the science of biomechanics, golf swing mechanics, physics and the help of our expert medical panel.
If it makes more sense to you to establish logical requirements and then objectively define specifications for those requirements rather than chasing a bunch of random golf hints and tips, then you've finally found the simple golf swing you've been looking for!
And, best of all, you can start learning the Rotary Swing Tour completely for free!