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The fact that Jason Dufner is a huge Ben Hogan fan is evident in the way he swings the club. In this video Dan discusses what makes Dufner’s swing tick and what you can learn from his key moves.

If you’re interested in learning more about the modern rotational swing……

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Howie Land says:

Dan, the way you dissect swings is fantastic. I try to gather certain feels from your vlogs to apply to my own swing. Keep 'em coming! And good luck to your students, Rick & Pete, tomorrow at Open qualifying.

tonyv75 says:

Dufner is great to watch and I've been looking forward to seeing your analysis of his swing. Thanks.

Supra_X_Gixxer says:

thanks for doing this dan! i love duffer's swing! a great one to emulate. feel free to do one on zach johnson, rickie fowler and luke donald if you want anymore suggestions next time you have the spare time to make one of these!

Dean Mitchell says:

I've I remember correctly, he used to have a Hoganesque backswing and then flipped it a bit at impact, but it looks like he's sorted that out.

valderja says:

A nice, simple, compact swing. I love watching him play. It looks so effortless. I wish I could consistently emulate that.

Mike Beck says:

Danny… Very much enjoy your analysis and teaching. Thanks

Joakim Fredriksson says:

I am so struggling with going way to far with the arms after stopping the rotation causing the club to point way across the line at the top, drills for stopping this please, the left arm is clearly collapsing but this does not happen on practice swings

Dan Whittaker says:

Skip ahead to 5:00 to see what you can take from Jason Dufner's swing.

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