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Picking Up Some Yardage Off The Tee: Online Students: John Lamendola Part 13

I use Jordan Spieth and Charl Schwartzel as examples of players who are moderate in physical size but produce tremendous clubhead speed. In both cases we see the upper body begin to back up around P5, with the left leg beginning to push up off the ground and the pelvis elevating from P6 into and […]

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Wayne D. on Vacation: General Swing Thoughts

I’ve had 4 days of not touching a golf club but as a certified addict I’ve certainly been thinking about it. Keep in mind that the general ideas I put forth here and the specific body movements I talk about are about my own swing, while it should be obvious that you have heard all […]

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Wayne D. Working on Depth and Sequence

I’ve managed to qualify for the Senior Professional National Championship which starts September 28th (about a week from now) but I still haven’t been striking the ball well enough to feel in any kind of control of my rounds. In this video, I take my two most recently filmed swings, a gap wedge and a […]

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Online Students: Conner Kumpula Part 8

In this video lesson, I compare Connor’s swing with those of a year ago, before he injured his shoulder and couldn’t practice or play for an extended period. He has a wonderful swing (he has won a major college event and the Oregon State Amateur) but there is still room for improvement, especially in these […]

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Online Students: Antti Kauhanen

Antti exhibits the classic symptoms of using one swing for both balls on the ground and balls up on a tee (tee shots, not par-3’s). In most cases the player either hits the driver well and struggles with iron, hybrid and fairway wood contact, or can’t control the driver while compression the other shots nicely. […]

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A Nice Foursome: Playing with Tony Romo, Jordan Spieth, and Carlos Ortiz

One of the perks involved with teaching a celebrity (Tony Romo) is the possibility that you might wind up playing with some other interesting people. In this case it was Tony’s good buddy Jordan Spieth, presently #1 in the Fed Ex Cup standings and #2 ranked player in the world. Join the forum discussion on […]

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Online Students: Todd Strible

I bet Todd is told all the time that he has a “great” swing and that he has “great tempo”. This is probably annoying to Todd because if his swing was that good why wouldn’t he hit the ball better? I think Todd is on the verge of having something really good here. Join the […]

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Lesson of the Week: Tony Romo Part 5

I’m back down in Texas at Trinity Forest with Tony Romo, and we are making nice progress with Tony’s swing as well as his ability to manage himself on the course. I’m focusing on educating Tony about what his swing tendencies are and how he can address issues and improve over time by understanding what […]

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Don’t Ever Forget About Tiger Woods

I came upon a YouTube video of Tiger Woods giving a clinic at the American Express Championship in 2004 and it was amazing. The swings of Tiger are classic. I pulled off my favorite ones and provide a bit of commentary (but not much-the swings speak for themselves). Join the forum discussion on this post

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Lesson of the Week: Drew Wine

Drew is a perfect example of a very good player who has never been happy with his swing mechanics and the way he strikes the ball. Drew is what you might call a “hands” player, who due to excellent rhythm and tempo and a repeatable action can keep around a 3 handicap, although he always […]

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