Davis Love has one of those swings that you can watch over and over again. He has always had a great motion, but now it's a simpler, more repeatable swing. As Davis sweeps the club away he sets his wrist earlier in his backswing than he used to, making it easier to shorten his swing.
With this shorter swing and lower hands, it becomes easier to match his body, arms, hands and club on the downswing and follow-through. His motion is so smooth, strong and tension-free that it doesn't look like he's "hitting" anything; instead, the ball appears to just get in the way of his clubhead. Even from a distance, there is no mistaking his powerful, effortless-looking swing.
What's amazing is that with a more compact swing and high-tech equipment, the Tour's former young bomber is still getting longer. Davis has said his goal is to play competitively on Tour longer than any player of his generation. So far, so good. In 2008, his 23rd year on the PGA Tour, Davis was ranked ninth in driving distance with a 301-yard average. Here's how he makes it look so easy, while still making such a loud impact.