Man, is this a cool swing to watch. I don’t think I have ever seen a player move so much from their heels forward during the swing and not have all sorts of issues getting to the ball. Once again it is proven that you can almost never say “you can’t do this and be […]
Archive | September, 2011
One of the things that stood out to my eye in the recent PGA Championship at the Atlanta Athletic Club was the wide disparity of swing types among the top contenders. Here I take 7 players who populated the leader board on Saturday and use the video to comment and compare their swings.
Granted, Tiger Woods has a lot on his mind. There is a popular thought that his poor play is totally a result of the fact that he has essentially blown up his life and that all he has left is money, but since we are golfers and not psychiatrists we will focus on what I […]
When we look at K.J. Choi’s golf swing the first thing that has to come to mind is the obvious look of the dreaded “over the top” move wherein the hands and arms swing out toward the ball as the swing changes direction from backward to forward.
Bill is a website aficionado who decided to drive up to Maryland from North Carolina after enjoying the website and improving his game with information provided by the site. When he arrived he stated his one great desire, “a good takeaway”. He had taken numerous lessons from pros around a wide region, and had never […]
Steve is a long time student and an avid student of the game who is keenly interested in applying a more solid strike to his iron shots. His tendency is to “pick” the ball off the ground without taking a divot, a result of a lack of pivot rotation which keeps his right side from […]
Here we take a look at what could become the swing of the greatest woman golfer ever. You will note the extremely bent over address position (Brandel Chamblee states that you can’t win majors if you bend over a lot…I guess he doesn’t count women), and then, amazingly, compresses into the ground even more in […]
After you watch this video, be sure to go back and watch the first “Student Lesson” with Brian that we did in early June. I have seen Brian once in between these two pieces, and what is apparent is something that holds true in general when teaching decent players who want to get to the […]