No. 1 Ranked Junior Golfer has Swing Analyzed by Jim Mclean on “Swing Analysis”
MIAMI, FL (December 8, 2009) – Jim McLean has always enjoyed working with junior golfers and helping them develop their games. One of Jim’s most prized pupils, Cristie Kerr, became the first female golfer to ever hold the No. 1 Ranking as the top Junior and top Amateur at the same time. Alexis Thompson, who finished 21st at the 2009 Kraft-Nabisco, and has toyed with the lead in other LPGA events, is following in the footsteps of Kerr as she is currently ranked as the No. 1 Junior AND No. 1 Amateur.
Tonight on http://www.thegolfersnation.com, Jim McLean will break down the swing of Thompson on his hit show “Swing Analysis”. One of the most striking aspects of Thompson’s swing is the power she generates, and McLean not only shows you where that power is coming from, but how she generates it as well.
McLean discusses club face position at the top of the swing and how it Thompson gets it to a square position at impact, examines her address position, and how she is able to get the club into a great delivery position on her downswing.
To take a look at the swing of the No.1 Ranked Woman and Junior Golfer, and to learn how to incorporate the best aspects of this swing into yours, tune into “Swing Analysis” starting tonight on http://www.thegolfersnation.com.
TheGolfersNation.com is a website created to entertain and educate golfers. On the entertainment side, “Classic Conversations” has been developed as a program in which interviews conducted by Jim McLean, never made available to the public before, have been pulled from the archives for all fans of golf to enjoy. On the education side, are three great shows: “The Jim McLean Lesson”, “Swing Analysis” and “TGN Fitness Center.”. “The Jim McLean Lesson” is a monthly show designed to help golfers with their game as Jim McLean, and guests, discuss different theories and aspects of the swing and offer tips to help golfers improve their game. On “Swing Analysis” Jim McLean breaks down the swing of a prominent golfer and points out parts of the swing from which all golfers can learn from. On “TGN Fitness Center” guest instructors, who emphasize fitness as a major part of their lesson structure, take golfers through a series of exercises and stretches to improve flexibility and muscle tone in golf-specific muscles.
Warren Z. Rogan
Rogan Media, LLC