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Video of Wayne’s online student lessons
This is John’s second online lesson (the first 3 months ago) and you will see that progress has definitely been made on the backswing. What needs to happen now is a more difficult task, changing the sequencing of the swing in order to get the right arm to start down earlier from a better position […]
Jake has been struggling with his game and with incorporating the ideas he has gotten from watching the website, and here we see pretty clearly why this is the case.
A common problem you will see here is Noo’s sequence, as he starts forward from above the waist due to a lack of thrust from the ground under the right foot. Join the forum discussion on this post
Anthony reports that he is a 10 handicap who plays worse than that on tough courses or in tough conditions, and in looking at his swing I would agree with him that he has the ability to be a low single digit handicap player if not better.
Ask a number of different people to comment about what is good and bad about the swing and ask them to come up with a way to make the swing better you will get a similar number of different answers. Join the forum discussion on this post
What I am finding with the online lessons is that there is some major improving going on and it is not really taking a huge amount of time. Join the forum discussion on this post
Joakim has come a long way with his swing since November and the evidence is there on the video and clear to see. Join the forum discussion on this post
Travis sent his swing to me about a year ago and the changes he has made since are significant. I compared his swing at that point with Matt Kuchar, so you can imagine that his takeaway and overall backswing were inside to flat, a condition that obviously no longer exists. Join the forum discussion on […]
Here is another example of a big (6’5”), strong guy who can really move the club but needs better technique in order to control the ball and play better golf. Join the forum discussion on this post