Doubt it. He knows how to drop it in the slot better than anybody
It's crazy. He comes in closed (by most standards), and doesn't really start rolling until the 3 o'clock position. I'm no swing guru, but I wonder if all his goofy action prior to impact is the reason he's so stable through the hitting area. It's impossible to stall with all that necessary rotation, so his hands just have to hang on for the ride.
Yes. Tho Jim is pretty darn good in that department.
Justin Rose is probably the best IMO.
Sorry for the derail, but who would you say? I look at guys like Sergio who are similar pre-impact, but I can't recall any players being able to drive-hold their release post like Furyk. Most seem to rotate their clubface earlier post impact imo.
 dunno about Rose. Look at the difference between Furyk and Rose one foot, two feet, etc after impact.
Watch most of Foley 's students, they are all really good at keeping the face very stable through impact.
@ impact yes, but I'd say the centered and grounded position of his theories has them running out of rotational gas quite early, causing a ton of face rotation just past impact. Hunter is the exception because he's a freak, but I don't think Rose is a good example as he stalls out quite early, and by 3'oclock he's rotated the face so it's perpendicular to his swing path. Furyk's right hand at that position is still underneath his left, while Foley's guys are complete rolled over by then.
It's similar on the downswing as Furyk's clubface is actually more shut coming down than Foley/S&Ters. So from 9 to 3 his face is closing at a much slower rate imo...
Check it out after impact at ~38 seconds. I think it's actually opening after impact.