Brian Crowell, analyst for NBC Sports and Head Pro at GlenArbor in Bedford, NY, made some cogent observations (as always) about the golf swings of two fascinating players during the Wrap Up Show following the second round of the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.
He pointed out how Phil Mickelson adapts his swing to play a wedge out of the high rough--a place where he spent much of the first two rounds.
Brian also critiqued Rocco Mediate's unorthodox address position and talked about how it compares with what's considered ideal alignment at address.
I've seen Brian on the lesson tee at GlenArbor, and can guarantee that he knows whereof he speaks.
Dave Donelson, author of Heart of Diamonds a romantic thriller about blood diamonds in the Congo