Dear Wayne Thank you so much for the help with my golf swing this year. As you know I have been to most of the top 50 teachers in the U.S over a 30 year span. I have learned a lot from many of these reputable golf instructors. But I must say that you were able to not only pinpoint the main problem areas, but were able to explain and demonstrate exactly what I needed to do to correct them. I can confidently say that I am striking the ball with control better than ever. Since we have worked together I have qualified in three Champions events, the British Senior Open, and 12th at The Champions Tour School. Honestly if […]
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Wayne, Thought you might like to know that Ryan has signed a letter of intent to play golf at Cameron University in Oklahoma. They are a D2 power having made the NCAA D2 championships something like 5 out of the last 10 years. Ryan won his district championships by 11 strokes and in 8 tournaments this spring his worst finish is 4th, with 3 wins and 2 runner up finishes. He is killing the ball. Takeaway right up the plane and although not perfectly square at the top, he’s not closed anymore. Most importantly he’s bought into the compression deal. He’s always had great tempo, now with the focus on the speed coming from the midsection and his legs using […]
Wayne and I have known each other for over 30 years. He has the rare combination of being a fantastic player and excellent instructor. Playing and teaching seem to be mutually exclusive in today’s golf world but Wayne has been able to maintain his playing ability while teaching players of all levels. He has been a huge help to me and most importantly hasn’t “tied me up in knots’ when I have to play in a PGA Tour event. Brad Faxon, 8-time PGA Tour winner and 2-time Ryder Cup team member
Wayne has been my exclusive instructor for almost ten years. During that time he has taken my game from a weekend golfer with a 5 handicap, to a professional level with a handicap well below scratch. Before Wayne I had no aspirations of college golf, but four years later I found myself at Wake Forest University, a major division 1 program in the ACC, on a golf scholarship. Almost everything I have achieved in the game of golf I owe to the skills and knowledge that Wayne instilled in me. He has a way of conveying his his thoughts and breaking down the fundamentals that makes it simple to implement in your own game. He is great with golfers of […]
Very seldom when looking for an golf instructor do you find one like Wayne Defrancesco. Some teachers can teach you to swing, some can teach you to chip and putt, and some can teach you to play. Usually they are only good at one aspect of golf. Wayne is not only good at all of these things, HE IS AN EXPERT AT ALL THESE THINGS!!! If you want to learn from one of the best in the country you need to see Wayne. Not only can he play, he really loves to teach and see you improve. If he can help and old dog like me get better I know that he can help you. Brian Wilson, PGA Tour Member […]
Wayne DeFrancesco is a great swing coach with an amazing knowledge of the golf swing. He is not a teacher that forces his students all to fit into the same mold, but one who takes what they have and makes them better. He has helped me with all aspects of my game and I credit him with making me the complete player that I am today. Not only has he helped me with my swing but his playing abilities have allowed us to discuss playing strategies as well. I have played in six USGA championships including 3 US Juniors and 3 US Amateurs, recently won the prestigious Cardinal Amateur and have been a starter at LSU for 3 straight years. […]
Six years ago I took my first lesson from Wayne. He asked me about my goals. I told him I wanted to get good enough to compete for national championships. Before coming to Wayne, my swing couldn’t perform under tournament pressure. In general, my golf shot patterns were inconsistent. My “bad” shots were so errant as to be “round killers”. And I had no idea why. Today my swing is more compact and consistent. Wayne has taught me to understand my swing mechanics and correct them when I revert back to bad habits. But most importantly, with Wayne’s help I’m reaching my goals. At this point I’ve qualified for 12 national championships and I expect to qualify for more in […]
I believe Wayne would have been a household name as a PGA Tour champion had his body been healthy. But instead of feeling sorry for himself, he redirected his gift and went on to be one of the best golf instructors in the world. I am a better player every time I work with Wayne. Gary Hallberg, former PGA Tour player with 3 tournament wins and current Champion’s Tour player
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