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Online Students: Michael Beaty Part 2

Michael has a very clear idea of what his problems are, but not a clear idea of how to fix them. From the video you will see that he has an excellent swing, and that his most glaring issue is just what he thought it was, the use of his lower body in the downswing. […]

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Online Students: Rick James Part 3

So overall though ball striking is showing signs of new potential. I had a 5 round run in April at home club with stroke avg. of 70.8 (par 71, course rating 72.1). I have stats for last 5-6 years and I tried to find a similar run on same course, it was the best, closest […]

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Online Students: Kyle Parsons

Kyle’s swing is a great example of a technically sound, on plane motion that could be made to work better by improving his release action. Kyle straightens his right arm at impact, which in the irons causes the hands to “throw” the clubhead at the ball, resulting in some erratic contact due to the fast […]

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Online Students: Conner Kumpula Part 6

If you’ve been with the website for any length of time you have seen this swing analyzed before, and as usual it is one of the best I work with. Connor’s ball striking has improved over time and he is well on his way to being a consistent winner in the college ranks, but is […]

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Online Students: Phil Pfeiffer Part 3

In this lesson you will see Phil over-doing some of the things we have discussed in his first two lessons, which I think is a very good thing as changes are rarely made unless the player exaggerates new ideas and feeling. Phil’s trigger movement here is a major deepening of the pelvis, but as he […]

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Online Students: Pablo del Olmo, PGA

This is a cool lesson to watch because Pablo (who spent time trying to play for a living and is now teaching) has a great looking swing and it’s only after some study in slow motion that I was able to pick out why he might struggle a bit with his ball striking and offer […]

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Online Students: Rick James Part 2

The first thing you notice about Rick’s swing is the similarities in body type, set-up, and swing rhythm to Ben Hogan. Upon further inspection, however, we find a big difference in the pivot motion, one which, because of its importance to the swing, is enough of a problem to keep Rick from hitting the ball […]

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Online Students: John Lamendola Part 3

This video is a good example of how I brainstorm these things and try to come up with root causes of the chronic issues and ways to beat the problem. The good news here is that after trying this suggestion John reported in that his hand path changed for the better almost immediately, the results […]

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Online Students: Byron Miles Part 4

This is a great example of a successful series of online lessons. Byron’s swing has progressed remarkably, and it is easy to see from the side by side views of the new and the old that he has been able to incorporate just about everything I have suggested. Certainly it should be encouraging for everyone […]

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Online Students: Byron Miles Part 3

If you’ve watched Byron’s swing progress from the first online lesson he took I think you will be impressed with the progress he has made. From setting up leaning drastically to the left and then staying on the left side in the backswing he has centered himself nicely and is even right loading a bit. […]

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