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Swing Analysis: Hideki Matsuyama Part 2

This swing is producing the best ball striking numbers on the Tour today. Matsuyama is incredibly strong, and many of the things you see in his swing are different from most Tour players, and certainly different from what I would prefer to see in a golf swing. In the backswing Hideki keeps his right arm […]

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Swing Analysis: Calvin Peete

We all know that Calvin Peete was one of the most accurate drivers of the golf ball who ever played the game. We probably have some memory of Peete’s swing, a bit odd looking due to a poorly set broken arm as a youth, but the main memory is of a ball rolling down the […]

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Online Students: John Krystynak

I’m 46, and play to a 5 hcp. I’ve been a site member for about 8 months, and really benefit from the concepts and instruction on the site. My handicap is about as low as it’s ever been and my goal is to keep going lower. I play once or twice a week, and practice […]

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The Future of Golf: Weston Weilminster

I rarely am in awe of the way a student strikes the ball. I have played with great players and now teach a great ball striker in Kevin Streelman, and I can say that at times I am in awe of how well he can hit it. But at 11 years old young Weston really […]

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Swing Analysis: Stewart Cink

One of the benefits of teaching a Tour player is that I am able to sneak videos of other Tour players with my Casio camera and tripod, and since it is me taking the vids, the angles are correct for a real Wayne D. analysis. Stewart, who famously beat Tom Watson to win the British […]

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