Kenny Perry is a great story. At the beginning of the 2008 season he set his mind on qualifying for the American side. After three wins in the middle of the year he was successful in his quest. Now he will be playing for the Ryder Cup in his home state of Kentucky. Will playing at home help or will the pressure be too tough to handle?
There is certainly a uniqueness to Perry's swing. I would not necessarily teach that swing, yet there are some great benefits to his action.
The best thing to learn from Perry is his shoulder action. He completes his backswing with a great shoulder turn. There is no doubt that he finishes his turn before he makes his transition back down to the golf ball. The second piece of the shoulder action is that his shoulders are square to his target line at impact. It is an awesome move and helps him be so accurate.