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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 you have been practicing not only for that week, or month, or year, but for your whole life.Continue reading
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 course.
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 me on the show a few years ago.Continue reading
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?”
Nick’s swing in his prime favored control over power, which allowed him to win six major championships in the days before “bomb and gouge”. He is one player, however, who was left behind by the advances in equipment. Join the forum discussion on this postContinue reading
A look at Rory McIlroy during his victory at Quail Hollow. At first glance it may appear that Mcilroy’s swing is a “model” of perfect form and function, maybe even the “swing of the future”, since he’s only 21 years old. However, as in almostContinue reading