Question 9: SOLUTION

An "O" swing requires a bigger "L", we use this when we ___?

  1. Drive
  2. Chip
  3. Putt

SOLUTION: An "O" swing is sometimes hard for kids to visualize.  It is essentially a longer "L" swing.  Be sure to have a coach demonstrate for you by swinging back and forth (over and over), and use your hands to trace the "O" of the swing, which is the path that the clubhead traces as the player swings back and forth.