Find out what it is like to play with and compete against the world's greatest golfers ever. Tournament play- Practice Rounds & just for fun, I will take you on an experience you will not want to miss.
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.
I have been extremely lucky to come in contact with so many great champions of the game. They have given me great insight, great opportunity and are the reason I have learned so much from playing golf just from being around them. One of these people I mention has been Doug Sanders.
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.
Over the course of my career I was very fortunate to play with most of the world's greatest golfers. Norman, Faldo, Price, Couples, Player, Floyd. Ballesteros, Love III, Tiger- Who of this group played the best round whilst in my company?
Positions in the golf swing are not goals. They are pass through points in the swing. Dynamics are the key. Pressures and force that enable motion to occur. The inside moves the outside. Take an inside view into PGA Tour winner Brendon Todd's work via my drills that have transformed his game into better results and more confidence.
I was lucky enough to recently spend some time with Masters & PGA Champion Jackie Burke Jnr at his wonderful Champions GC in Houston Texas.
As luck would have it I was paired with Japanese PGA legend Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki for the third round. I always enjoyed playing with great players. Whilst nervous when meeting them and even for the first hole or so, I always had the ideology that playing with great players was an opportunity for me to show them something special.
Not every great golfer had a textbook swing. In fact there is a pretty strong argument that most of the great golfers had some kind of fault or idiosyncrasy in their swing.
Every now and then a golfer -in his quest for improvement- falls into the trap of losing his swing identity
and the downward spiral become so vast no amount of trying to reverse the trend is possible.