Learn from lessons with my students and PGA players I work with as I show recordings from lessons on the driving range and on the golf course itself.
There will be an assortment of tips and ideas that may help your game.
The board's main use is to provide resistance in the feet to assist moving the pivot stronger past the ball to the finish. It does have other uses however.
I guarantee every golfer has had a playing partner tell them- "You hit it right where you were aiming". There are two reasons why aim is over rated and you DON'T have to aim straight. Watch to learn why.
We hear all kinds of advice from our playing partners during a round of golf. Here I delve into the old cliché statement "Keep Your Head Down". Watch and learn why this is poor advice and not the reason why many bad shots occur.
One of the most admired swings in the history of golf belonged to Ben Hogan. Watch this video as I show you Hogan himself working through Drill 1 Drill 2 and Drill 3 in his swing and in his slo mo swing he performed at a clinic showing off what he felt and when during his action.
During a recent trip to Florida to work with some of my PGA players I bumped into JC Snead. A great player and PGA Tour winner and the nephew of Sam Snead. Here is what he had to say about my instruction and how it related to Sam's thoughts.
My first video answering one of our members questions- What is the pivot?
Get an inside look at the things I worked on with Brendon Todd to help him recapture the form to gain his PGA Tour card back for the upcoming season. Many students will see they aren't foreign to the same things they work on- just maybe for different reasons.
Most great pitchers of the ball do the same things. They keep their arms in front of their body and they keep the shaft on a perfectly matched plane- into and beyond impact. Sharpen up your pitch shots by understanding this concept and a drill to help you see it and then do it
For the golfer who tends to lunge the upper body forward on the downswing here is a simple way to feel more behind the ball so you can then go through it to the finish.