Swinging a golf club is a unique motion in sports! For the most part, it is the only action that requires an athlete to swing one object at another "stationary" object.
Except for Tee Ball a baseball bat is always swung at a moving baseball. Racquets in tennis, squash, racquetball, and badminton are all swung at moving balls and shuttlecocks. Even a hockey stick is seldom swung at a stationary puck - it is usually in motion.
So, the fact that golfers are not required to react to the sport going on around them and initiate the action of swinging their club at the leisure of their own tempo makes the swing in golf a unique motion in sports.
Read more about the "Initiation of Action" on the Training Aids Page.
Professionals in Anatomy, Biomechanics and Physics have broken down the swing of a golf club into many individual components that when combined in just the right balance and sequence provide for the technically perfect swing. But that perfection according to the laws of science is not required to be successful in golf. Every individual golfer must find the technically proficient swing best suited to their own unique physique and style of play.
Commentators and Professional across the world of golf have credited Ben Hogan with having a technically perfect golf swing, whereas David Feherty once proclaimed that Jim Furyk's swing looked more like "someone trying to kill a snake inside a phone booth".
Each however, has seen tremendous success on the PGA Tour using what works best for them.
Having the Right Clubs and equipment custom tailored to your unique swing and style of play can help a great deal, but also finding that balance and tempo that suits your physique will help to maximize your enjoyment of the game by tailoring how you play to how you're able to play.
Maintaining your Health & Fitness is also a key component to making the highest and best use of your abilities to play your best golf.
We have the Designers over at Lumen Interactive to thank for the entertaining and informative graphic below. It illustrates the Anatomy and Physics behind the Biomechanics of swinging a golf club.
And let's thank the people over at Visual.ly for this graphic from Lorena Ochoa on her perfect swing of the golf club.
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