Lesson of the Week: Steve Rogers

By Wayne | Videos: Lesson of the Week

Steve is an accomplished senior amateur player from Kentucky who contacted me last year for an online lesson. The first thing you will notice about Steve’s action is that it looks great. This is almost always the case when the rhythm is good and the club points nicely on plane at the top. But these are not the things that create a superior strike, which you will see clearly in this video.

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Jake March 15, 2015

Steve Rogers or Wayne D, wondering what helped improve the hand position so much at club parallel to the ground approaching impact? Was it all due to the lowering at the top of the swing? I have this same problem with hands back at right thigh approaching impact (shaft parallel to ground) and can’t figure out how to get them up to the ball better. Too flippy at impact with no sustain

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Jake March 17, 2015

Wayne, thanks so much for the clear and concise explanation. That helps a lot. I have come a long way since my online lesson with you, but still struggle to achieve this forward hand position.

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