Annika Sorenstam Maybe the best woman ever? Strong and fast, great sequence. Hit a draw from an open clubface at the top. Complicated movement, but obviously good enough to dominate from 6400 yards. Join the forum discussion on this post
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It’s been almost a year since I’ve seen Stan, my sometimes student who regularly promises to take lessons more than once a year and to actually practice what we work on. The last time Stan paid a visit he was in his usual funk, unable to progress and questioning his desire to keep pounding away […]
So, is everyone getting all excited about the upcoming World Golf Championship Tournaments? Well, I’m not.
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It has been said by many great golfers that their main goal in any tournament is to get into contention going into the back nine of the final round. I would certainly agree with that, for that is where you see what you are made of, where you test yourself and all of the things […]
Wayne: So, J., tell me how things have gone since our first lesson. J.: Well, I played four rounds, and didn’t do so great. I hit some good shots, but it was very inconsistent. I really tried some of the things we worked on, but it was pretty hard to do it out on the […]
Most likely, many of you have watched that show on cable where the host brings out a golf instructor, has him or her tell the viewers his philosophy of the golf swing, then orchestrates an extended phone-in session where viewers call in to ask questions of the pro. In fact, you may have even seen […]
Mac is one of the all-time great ball strikers and characters in the game. Join the forum discussion on this post
Wayne (The Teacher): “So, how are you today, Mr. S? We haven’t had a lesson together before, so tell me about your game. What kind of handicap are you playing to these days?” Mr. S. (The Student): “I’m a 22, but I’m trending to a 21.” Wayne: “And about how long have you been playing?”