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Lesson of the Week: Matt Shubley – Turning Behind the Ball and Adding Lateral Hip Drive

Matt plays for the golf team at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut, and came to see me looking to improve his ball striking heading into the 2018 Spring tournament season. He finished T-4 in his first two events, so it appears that what we worked on had a positive effect on his game. We […]

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Lesson of the Week: Tim Feld

Tim is a low single digit handicap player who I saw for a lesson some years ago and has come back to see why he is hitting the ball so poorly. Tim’s main bad shot is weak right, with the club glancing across the ball and the impact feeling flippy. At regular speed Tim’s swing […]

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Lesson of the Week: Andrew Teo – Tempo and How a Shut Clubface Affects the Backswing

Andrew is a 6 handicap who could be much better given his athletic ability and the nice sequencing of his swing. He complains of inconsistency, and I spotted two things immediately that I wanted to change that I felt would simplify his swing and make him a better ball striker. The first was the radically […]

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Lesson of the Week: Gene Slavens- Poor Posture Leading to Early Extension

If you’ve been watching my lesson posts you must have noticed by now a common pattern whereby an address position pressured more toward the heels inevitably leads to the entire pelvis moving forward toward the ball during the swing, leaving the left leg in the way of the swing’s rotation and causing the right upper […]

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Lesson of the Week: Dean Davison – Working on Early Extension and Forward Shaft Lean

Dean is 65 and just now trying to become a PGA member, which means he must pass the Player Ability Test (PAT) in order to continue to earn credits toward his Class A status. The score required is usually around 155 to 158 for 36 holes, which may not seem very low, but for someone […]

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