WORLD NO.1 JUSTIN ROSE
Your swing versus…
Depending on which set of stats you believe, some 85-90% of club golfers hit a slice. While there are plenty of tour pros who also play with a fade, the draw shape – right-to-left for the right-hander remains the province of elite players like World No.1 Justin Rose. “Amateurs typically slice because their swings tend to be driven by the arms and
upper body, which moves the club on a steeper plane,” says Andrew Murray. “Sam here is a very good example. If he could look at the way Justin’s more connected action creates a flatter plane and get his lower half more engaged, he’d go a long way to hitting longer, straighter shots… and that goes for any club player who struggles with an out-to-in attack path.”
Name: Justin Rose Handicap: ProBest golfing moment: Winning the US Open at Merion in 2013.
Name: Sam Caley Handicap: 24Best golfing moment: “Eagling the 11th at Grange Park.”
TOP 50 TEACHER Andrew Murray Andrew is a former European Open Champion who specialises in one-on-one or group coaching and corporate golf events.