6 thoughts on “Specifics Of Moe Norman Shoulder Turn

  1. Chip Satterly says:

    Hi JH!
    This may be your BEST video on Moe’s take away.
    I’d hope that you might be able to do a part “2” on Moe’s first moves back
    to the ball.
    Most of the old clips of Moe are not in slow motion (with the modern super
    slo mo) and it’s hard to discern his down swing sequence.
    From the old clips you get a deep appreciation for his beautiful rhythm and
    timing but it would also be nice to see what
    you notice in his move back to the ball.
    I really feel like I’d have something to work on if you could demonstrate
    in more detail your view of his downswing sequence.
    Did he start back down from above or below?
    Do you think he started down with his hands? arms? shoulders? chest? hips?
    knees?

    I believe that I am getting better and better at getting back from the ball
    (Moe-like lead single fulcrum turn just as you demonstrate here!) but am
    still at a loss as how to get back to a solid strike.
    What would be a great swing thought to start turning back to the ball?
    Again, THANKS for your most interesting analyses and instruction!!

    Chip

    • 1atomicgolf says:

      +Chip Satterly Hi Chip,
      I have to do some stuff on Moe today for my core teaching guys so I will do
      a video for this channel on Moe’s ‘start down process for you.
      cheers JH.

    • 1atomicgolf says:

      +rrasmussen32 107 genuine mph is very good speed, so many of my students
      who think they have high club head speed are shocked when they see they
      only register around 100/105 mph but I tell them that speed is very
      acceptable and unless you are a top line fit athletic player you wont swing
      faster than that, so for Moe to have that 107 at his age was amazing, and
      of course his impact was dead perfect so his 107 mph was super good in
      terms of how it transmitted to distance.
      cheers JH

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