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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 136
A NOTHER swing from the “so bad that it’s good” category is Kenny Perry’s unconventional concoction. Most players begin their swing with a bit of shoulder turn before letting their wrists go, but Perry goes ‘wrists first’ and does most of his shoulder turning at the very last moment before he unloads on his downswing. What’s even more incredible is the power he can generate. While Bubba Watson practically jumps in the air at impact to help him generate extra speed and distance, Perry’s feet remain cemented to the ground until well after the ball is on its way. OTG S HORT, stocky and with a swing like no other, at first glance Senior doesn’t look to have a lot going for him in the swing department. But the veteran Aussie knows how to knock the ball around the course better than most, and turned his home-styled swing into 22 Australasian Tour wins, four more in Europe and a bunch in Japan. He regularly beat Greg Norman when the Shark was in his prime, and Senior wound back the clock in 2012 to claim the Australian Open title at the age of 53. OTG KENNY PERRY PETER SENIOR BAD SWINGS best SEE PETER SENIOR'S SWING SEE KENNY PERRY'S SWING 5 4
OTG Express 135
OTG Express 137