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FRANK COX-PLAYER LESSON

FRANK COX-PLAYER LESSON

Mike Malaska works with Frank Cox on his golf swing. Frank has a unique swing when it comes to hitting the driver. He does not have a problem hitting the ball a long way, and he tends to fade with a giant pull.

Frank has a weak grip, and the clubface is open at impact. He also twists his body and turns hard on his swing. He finds himself having to twist his hands at impact to catch up.

Mike works with Frank on having a stronger grip, shutting the clubface on the takeaway, and pushing his left leg back, which gets his left hip out of the way. This allows Frank to accelerate his swing at impact and on the follow-through.

With less effort and more control, Frank can hit the ball as far, if not farther, and straighter with more consistency.

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FRANK COX-PLAYER LESSON
  • FRANK COX DRIVER: HAVING A UNIQUE SWING

    Mike Malaska works with Frank Cox on his golf swing. Frank played college golf, and his lowest handicap was 2.4. He played 55 rounds of golf last year.

    Mike will work with Frank on his driver. Frank has a unique swing, and Mike likes players with unique swings. Mike names a few players like Jim ...

  • FRANK COX: STRONG GRIP AND SHUT THE CLUBFACE

    The first thing Mike gets Frank to do is just relax his hands in front of him. Mike is going to work on Frank’s grip. He puts the club into Frank’s left hand in a neutral position. He then cups Frank’s right hand onto the club.

    Frank makes a practice swing 100 yards and hits it straight. With th...

  • FRANK COX: LESS EFFORT MORE CONTROL

    After reviewing the impact position with Frank, Mike shows him how to make the clubface more stable by moving the left hip out of the way instead of twisting the hands at impact.

    Working through these drills of taking small hits and making them bigger, the club will accelerate forward when the l...