Brian mentioned that Calvin's clubface stays very open until very late in the downswing. So there needs to be quite a fast rate of closure to square the face. Is he such a straight hitter because of this or in spite of it? He seems to be suggesting that this is one of the reasons why he hits it so straight. So for a beginner golfer who has no preference, should we teach them this higher rate of rotation type swing for better control? It is a bit counter-intuitive, although I can see how it can work for one particular golfer who has practiced for many years.
Second question is, how does he square up the face so quickly?
Calvin squares the club up by swinging his arms inward while he lowers the handle, and turning his chest. Not much going on with his arms as far as rotation.
He zeroed out all the way around.