Wayne checks to report on the progress he is making on his own swing.
I love this swing…THIS is the way you hit a golf ball.
A look at Martin Kaymer’s swing at the 2010 PGA Championship
Vijay is a prime example of a shaft plane approach and release. His desire to extend his right arm toward the target in the follow through causes his right palm to completely lose contact with the left thumb, giving him one of the more bizarre looking releases among great ball strikers.
Mahan stays centered over the ball (little or no movement to the right in the backswing) and works his arms deep across his body. Sound familiar? His best attribute is his brilliant use of his lower body, which more than makes up for his overly bent right arm. Join the forum discussion on this post
Tiger Woods Unveils Swing Change at 2010 PGA Championship
A great talent from a young age, Ernie’s rhythm and release action have remained pretty much the same as he has made a few changes to his setup and backswing.
2010 British Open Champion Louis Oosthuizen: A swing as conventional as Ricky Fowler’s is not (no knock on Ricky Fowler). An instructor could simply use this as a model to demonstrate proper mechanics and efficient generation of power. As good as it gets in this day and age. Join the forum discussion on this […]
It’s been a few months since Stan, my longtime student, has graced my teaching bay. Stan is the epitome of the struggling golfer, taking lessons here and there, trying tips from magazines and television, falling victim to every infomercial promise.
When people ask how it is that I can stand out on the practice tee and teach for eight or nine hours without getting bored, frustrated, or exhausted, I give them an answer that comes straight from the heart: teaching is interesting, challenging, and fascinating, and a full day of lessons simply flies by.