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Golf Australia Express : Issue 33
...making complex simple TIP THE STAND UP if you've never had a crack at a Happy Gilmore swing off the tee. Now sit down if you're a Barwon Heads member. (As suspected, not an upright golfer remaining.) There's nothing wrong with having a bit of fun on course—and nothing in the Rules that forbids a Happy-style swing. Check out the video [left] to see the correct way to make an "incorrect" swing. Mark you run-up, set yourself and let'er rip. And remember, it's all in the hips! OFF THE TEE: HOW TO HIT IT LIKE HAPPY THE SCIENCE OF THE HAPPY SWING ONE OF MOST ICONIC GOLF MOVIES EVER MADE, HAPPY GILMORE CHANGED THE WAY WE LOOK AT THE GOLF SWING MORE THAN ANY OTHER. While most of us think the Happy Swing is just a bit of fun from a silly golf movie, there's science that shows it does in fact give us extra distance off the tee. Three- time major winner and golf's best exponent of the 'Happy Swing', Padraig Harrington, proved it—with a little help from the lads at Sport Science of course. Check out the video [left].