Experts Break Down Tiger Woods’ Post-Injury Swing | Golf Digest

Tiger Woods’ career has been plagued by injuries and the only way he could stay in the game was to become a master of reinvention. We asked golf experts to help analyze how he is able to change his swing after injuries.

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Experts Break Down Tiger Woods’ Post-Injury Swing | Golf Digest

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10 Comments

  1. He's always had crazy club head speed. Back in the day he was swinging heavy steel shafts and the numbers weren't true

  2. This is kind of creepy. Also, they went in to his spine through the front…so I assume he has a scar on his abdomen somewhere.

  3. Scapular ROM is 35', not 20'.

    The normal ranges of motion for these movements are 20’ scapular
    abduction and 15’ scapular adduction.

    Add 20' lead scapular abduction to 15 ' trail scapular adduction=35' in addition to the
    ROM of hips (up to 50 ' using feet and knees); 85' without any stress of the spine…. zero!

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