Paige Spiranac Golf Swing. Mark Crossfield PGA professional AskGolfGuru talks about Paige’s golf swing and what we can learn from her action. She is a talented golfer with speed and power along with good club head control.
Hailing from Scottsdale, Arizona, Paige Spiranac is an aspiring LPGA Tour professional. After a college golf career at San Diego State University, she became “Instagram famous” after posting pictures and videos of her workouts, her golf game, and her everyday life.
Today, Mark Crossfield takes a look at her golf swing and explores what she does well.
Paige has just started working with a new coach. What you’ll see when watching her hit balls is a tremendous amount of movement throughout her swing. Her head dips, something similar to what you’ll see with Tiger Woods, and by placing a line on her head during her swing you’ll see this visibly.
Paige starts her setup with a very strong grip. Throughout the swing, this grip correlates to where the club head travels throughout the swing. A “shut” club face is what you’ll see throughout her backswing. This gives her leverage to create speed.
Down and through impact, Crossfield notices what many people don’t. He notices a drive of her body upward, despite the dipping of her head. This drive up sends the club head working “up” through impact and moving out to the right.
Her entire golf swing is set-up to hit a draw and maximize her distance. Given her athletic ability, she is able to create this level of speed and movement while still being under control. She is able to rotate her body into a nice, athletic follow-through and finish.
Crossfield concludes that Paige Spiranac’s golf swing has a lot going for it. He loves the athleticism displayed throughout her motion. He notes that he delivery is a “very skilled,” one contradicting the instructors that are advocates of certain positions.
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