Thomas has made great progress with his swing over the year and a half we have been working together, and you can see clearly that he is getting close to having a swing that will allow him to compete at a fairly high level. Join the forum discussion on this post
Archive | March, 2012
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If you have been a member of wdglc.com you have probably noticed that there are certain things in the swing that I believe are important.
You probably know Patrick Cantlay is an amateur, and is only a sophomore at Stanford. That he has accomplished so much in such a short period, mostly with an incredible 2011 in which he compiled a long list of highly impressive performances
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If there is one thing you get out of this website I hope it is that I have inspired you to compete. It doesn’t matter what the competition is, only that you care about the results. True competition is the only meaningful testing ground for what you work on at the range and on the […]
Arguably the greatest woman golfer of all time, Ben Hogan stated that he thought Mickey Wright had the best swing of anyone, male or female, that he had ever seen.
What we see here is that while Maves has the Hogan rhythm down to a “T”, the rest of it does not really compare.
In this lesson you (and Sean) can clearly see that he has already begun to accomplish the changes we set out to make at the beginning of the lesson.
He is the most underrated player of the 20th Century. A winner of over 120 tournaments worldwide and 9 major championships Player is not often mentioned in the same breath as Hogan, Snead, Jones, Nicklaus, Nelson and Palmer, although he certainly should be. Join the forum discussion on this post