I am interested in the golf swing for two reasons.
First, while I don't currently golf regularly -- I have four kids, all of whom are still at home, which makes for very busy weekends -- at some point I'm going to take a shot at turning my 100ish golf swing into an 80ish golf swing. I plan to document that process and might even turn it into a webbook. In preparation for that effort, I've started familiarizing myself with the state of the art of golf instruction.
Second, there is a significant degree of overlap between the golf swing and the high-level baseball and fast pitch softball swing. That overlap is accelerating my timetable for studying the golf swing. While you can get into trouble if you try to directly translate a golf swing into a baseball swing -- for the simple fact that a golf ball isn't moving while a baseball is -- there is a lot that can be learned by studying the overlap between the golf swing and the high-level baseball and fast pitch softball swing. For instance, I think studying the golf swing can help us understand and explain concepts like Whip and problems like Bat Drag.
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