In this video you will not only see how Richard’s swing is progressing, but you will also see a detailed look at how I view Hogan’s swing and use the knowledge of what he is actually doing to try to help my students.
In this 10 minute video you will see something that always gives me a thrill, and that is a student making a substantially different and better swing at the ball, and producing a hugely improved impact, all in an hour lesson.
In this video we look at Cabrera’s swing in all its free flowing, old school glory as he rips into the ball with gleeful abandon.
This video consists of two lessons I gave my student, Everett, who drove down from Pennsylvania after watching a number of my swing analysis videos on Waynedefrancesco.com. Everett is an avid, almost obsessive golfer who has had huge struggles with his ball striking over the years in spite of seemingly doing all the right things, that is practice and take lessons.
Trevino controlled the ball as well as anyone ever, preferring a low fade with the longer clubs, and was a master with the wedge. What jumps out about his swing, other than his idiosyncratic alignment, is the massive bend he produces in his posture as he swings, which should have long ago put to rest the conventional notion that it is a good idea to “maintain posture” during the swing.
Back in 2002 I was fortunate enough to have my choice of 6 Tour events to play in as a result of my victory in the previous year’s National Club Pro Championship. I chose as one of my events The Greater Greensboro Open, which was somewhat of a homecoming as I had attended Wake Forest for two years in the 70’s.
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 […]
In this video I take a look at Charl Schwartzel during his brilliant Masters win, focusing on two particular shots and the pre-shot routine he uses before each.
If you were around in the late 70’s and 80’s and you liked golf at all you were probably familiar with Seve Ballesteros. He was wild and powerful, yet possessed a magician’s touch to extract himself from self-inflicted trouble, usually off the tee.
Jim has been coming to see me for quite a few years, and has experienced a nice progressive improvement. As is usually the case, there was a combination of problems both conceptual and physical.
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