The 20-handicapper's follow-through is good, but not perfect. His shoulders and hips are OK, but the 13-degree forward tilt of his pelvis means his upper and lower body are out of sync. Tattersall's pelvis is more underneath his body (6-degree forward tilt), which gives him a more balanced finishing position.
Though motion-capture swing analysis is not widely available, a growing number of instructors and golf schools are employing it, including five of our Top 100 Teachers:
• John Tattersall, Executive Golf Links, Alpharetta, Ga., 770-720-4971
• Dave Phillips, Titleist Performance Institute, San Diego, Calif., 760-806-5946
• Jim McLean, Golf Biodynamics at the Jim McLean School, Doral Resort, Fla., 305-591-6409
• David Glenz, David Glenz Golf Academy, N. Franklin, N.J., 973-209-6075
• Tom Stickney, The Club at Cordillera, Vail, Colo., 970-904-2485
For a complete list of pros using the Advanced Motion Measurement technology featured in this piece, call 602-263-8657.