This was a particularly interesting online lesson to give as Michael has an excellent swing (he’s a 2 handicap) and is knowledgeable enough about the swing in general to know that his hands approach impact quite far above his original shaft plane. Join the forum discussion on this post
Archive | October, 2011
Zach has been a student of mine off and on for 5 years, although it has been quite intermittent and “off” more than on. In the video you can see that Zach has the ability to change and improve his mechanics, and has always been blessed with the knack for achieving a stellar line of […]
What we see here is a classic case of a good athlete with excellent motion and power but trouble controlling the ball as far as direction and trajectory. What jumped out at me right away was the dropping hands and steepening shaft in transition, and this was our major focus after doing some grip and […]
Watching Webb Simpson win two events in 3 weeks brings to mind the old adage that you “putt for dough”. Now, I don’t believe that you “drive for show”, as any player wishing to win big tournaments simply has to hit the ball reasonably well, but certainly the winning part of it has a ton […]
In this video you will see proof of what I have been saying for some time now, namely that when announcers (any of them) describe why a Tour player sends a shot awry they are making it up. The point is that the actual reasons a shot by a great player is missed are so […]
Here we have another example of golfing genius, a pure talent with a mean competitive streak that I believe would have put him in the same category as Lee Trevino as a multiple major winner and dominant player had it not been for his unfortunate brush with cancer at the peak of his career.
Chris is a first time lesson who has been a consistent lesson taker in the past, but has come off of a back injury that has kept him from playing for almost 9 months. Now that he feels better he wants to start off with a new opinion about what should be trying to do […]