The golf swing is certainly a beautiful movement of speed and precision, much like ballet, a great baseball pitcher, or any great movement artist.
The Five Triangles method will inject that great movement to your golf swing when you simply understand and apply how it is created.
There is every reason to know that once you understand how to best apply body mechanics to the golf swing, to learn “the trick” to the swing, you will hit a playable golf ball relatively quickly, and consistently.
You will then be able to build an effective golf weapon to take on the "endless complications" of the game.
The I triangle is the Isosceles Triangle from the head to the feet.
The "Y" Triangle is the one formed between the shoulder and hands when gripping the club.
The forward lateral triangle is the acute triangle formed from the lead wrist, lead shoulder and lead knee. It includes a line from the hip to the wrist.
The Reverse Lateral Triangle is complementary to the Forward Lateral Triangle.
This triangle connects the rear wrist, with the rear knee and rear shoulder. This also ties a line between the rear wrist to the rear hip.
The Spine Triangle is a right triangle where the hypotenuse runs through the spine from the head, down the back, out the butt, and anchors at the ground beyond the setup. .