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Archive | July, 2015

Swing Analysis: Will Wilcox

At first glance this swing may look a little unwieldy, especially with the exaggeratedly open stance, but upon closer inspection I think you will agree with me that it is an awesome move. Join the forum discussion on this post

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Lesson of the Week: Bryce Chalkley

Bryce is capable of shooting good scores in big tournaments. After taking some time off, however, he didn’t fare so well in the amateur stroke play events he entered, and thus knew that if he was going to make a go of it as a professional golfer he would have to improve his ball striking: […]

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Swing Analysis: Wayne D. Channeling Hogan

Whenever I want inspiration to make my swing better I turn to the Hogan videos I’ve watched a million times. It’s amazing to me that I seem to get something new from them even after studying them for so long, but now that I feel good enough to look at my swing and actually try […]

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Online Students: Nicholas Cammarene

Nicholas’ father is a PGA Professional and has worked with him since he picked up the game. Mark reached out to me for an analysis and here we will see a perfect example of why a shaft plane approach is not the end- all to great ball striking. Join the forum discussion on this post

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Online Students: Steve Hjortness

As you have seen in numerous online lesson videos I have posted on this site Steve’s issue of “early extension” is a prevalent and stubborn problem for many players. While many times the issue originates from the set up and backswing, but in this case Steve does a nice job in that regard. Join the […]

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Online Students: Grant Economou

This is a pretty cool lesson, as Grant is all raw potential. This would be the kind of hands on lesson that, if they had a chance to watch, would really help a young professional with designs to be a good teacher someday, because it’s the start of taking something totally untamed and untrained and […]

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Swing Analysis: Aaron Baddeley Part 2

While I usually just observe and report in on the swings of established tour players, in this case I offer more in the way of suggestions as what he is doing here is obviously not working all that well. Join the forum discussion on this post

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