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 post
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 almost Join the forum discussion on this post
As the last round of the National Club Pro Championship (CPC) unfolds, the players are vying for more than the winner’s check. As recently as 1994 there were 40 available spots for Club Professionals such as myself to qualify for golf’s 4th Major, the PGA Championship.
This season I am making some changes to my own swing to extend my playing career. Here is detail a change I am really very excited about testing out in tournament golf.
It has been 6 years since I gave Stan a lesson, a half hour of torture full of so many memorable moments that I have been recounting them over beers ever since. My guess was that anything that I attempted to teach Stan was lost in a matter of moments, since his retention rate was […]
Here is a look at the set up, routine, stroke, rhythm and tempo of the man who can roll it better than anyone else on the planet. Join the forum discussion on this post
Tiger Woods arrived at the 2010 Masters with a swing that somewhat resembles his action of several years ago. Join the forum discussion on this post
An interesting mix of modern and classic. High hands but a laid off shaft, then a left arm “anti-stuck” move. Poulter is making a serious name for himself for other than his clothes. Join the forum discussion on this post
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This video is of a lesson given to Ramon Padilla, a US Army veteran who lost his left arm while serving in Afghanistan. I can only describe the experience as inspirational, although Ramon preferred to look at it as just trying to get better.