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- Faces in the CrowdJune 11, 2001
"His arms collapse. His first move back is low and inside. And flat. He's very flat."
More on the backswing
"His bad back is not helping him. It's hurting him. He sways. He never really gets to his right side."
Final thoughts on JFK's backswing
"If he could get to the right side, he could come through it with more zip."
On JFK's downswing
"His left knee totally collapses. He's not turning into his left knee. He doesn't finish on his left side. He falls back."
On JFK's putting
"What's he doing there? His hands are too close to his body. His putting looks like somebody I know—me!"
Comparing JFK's swing to the two presidents with whom he played often, Eisenhower and Clinton