Swing Sequence: Annika SorenstamShe's called it a career, but her swing remains the blueprint for adding consistency to your game
Analysis by Top 100 Teacher Brady Riggs
If you want to improve your swing by stealing a few moves from the pro ranks, some of the easiest to copy are the nearly fault-free mechanics of the recently retired Annika Sorenstam. During her best years, she was very long, and even more accurate. Hers was a swing built on simplicity and consistency basic moves that always got the job done.
Pay attention to the clean lines created by her body and clubshaft they never stray from what most instructors would call "perfect." Despite her rock-solid fundamentals, most people focus on her one idiosyncrasy: her head movement through impact. But even that is a solid move to mimic. Rotating your head like Annika does is an effective way to improve your ballstriking.
She's hung up her spikes, but Sorenstam will be regarded as one of the greatest players in history male or female and owner of a swing that most of us should emulate.