Ask a number of different people to comment about what is good and bad about the swing and ask them to come up with a way to make the swing better you will get a similar number of different answers.
I think it is obvious that teaching golf is difficult, and that it would be silly to ignore technological advances that would enable the teacher to provide more effective help to the student.
What I am finding with the online lessons is that there is some major improving going on and it is not really taking a huge amount of time.
I was scrolling through my model videos and I came across some bunker shots that I had saved under the heading “bunker”, and when I played each one I found I had some very cool shots of a few great bunker players.
And speaking of Tiger, here we see that his swing is really coming around as his hands finally begin to track outward toward the ball starting the downswing instead of moving straight down.
Joakim has come a long way with his swing since November and the evidence is there on the video and clear to see.
Here we have Tiger’s swing at this year’s Chevron where he birdied the last two holes to finally pull off a win. The most amazing thing to watch is the huge difference from last year to this year.
Just to show everyone I’m not picking on the TV announcers, here I commend Peter Kostis on an insightful biz hub swing analysis of a Tiger Woods drive at Pebble Beach.
So Phil flies in Butch, and Butch suggests that Phil keep the flex in his left knee, and suddenly Phil is a world beater. Nonsense.
Well, it was a fun two days of golf at a fabulous course, but my partner and I did not finish in the money. We shot 71-71 and beat a few teams, while the winners were at 65-65. It was an impressive field of players, with Senior Tour players Mike Goodes, Lonnie Nielsen and Gary Hallberg, and top flight club pros such as Darrell Kestner, Craig Thomas, Mark Brown, Frank Bensel, Mark Mielke and Danny Balin among others. Assessing my own play, I would have to say that the event was a success on a couple of levels. First, I was able to play and practice four days in a row without feeling like I had been mugged and […]