Lessons Closed For Winter
I am a firm believer in teaching the golf swing from the ground up. If you have a solid foundation the swing will come naturally. I usually start my lessons with the legs and work my way up. I see many beginners struggling to hit the golf ball properly. As a result it becomes frustrating and eventually the player moves on. One of the main causes of beginners not playing as much golf is due to lack of skill and practice. Teaching students how to hit the ball with confidence will enable them to enjoy golf more readily. As a teacher I try not to overwhelm my students. I achieve this by drills and correct repetition. Unlike many golf instructors, I do not try to force a particular golf swing model on all of my students. I understand that everyone is built differently and that each person has their own personal preferences. All of my lessons are custom built based on the swing style and swing plane of the student.
Swing Video Analysis Lesson
Video is the best feedback a student can get. Seeing is believing. Once you see your mistakes you will learn faster from them. This lesson involves filming your golf swing on the driving range. I then will analyze key features including swing plane, swing path, key positions, comparisons and recommendations to improve. Using video gives the student instant feedback to make the improving process quicker.
Chipping & Pitching Lesson
One of the easiest way to save strokes is to learn how to get up and down from around the green. Chipping and pitching is crucial in golf especially if you don’t hit many greens in regulation. This lesson focuses on the differences between chipping and pitching and in what situation to use them. The different techniques used and how to perform different type of shot around the green. This includes controlling chipping distance and controlling the flight of pitching shots.
Putting is one of the most important aspects of golf. Improving your putting can lower your scores very fast. This lesson is focused on the art of putting. I will be testing the consistency of your putt, your technique, tempo and make recommendations to improve.
Author of Breaking 300
Breaking 300 yards off the tee box is an achievable milestone for the average golfer. In this book I reveal several simple ways to improve your clubhead speed resulting in longer drives down the center of the fairway. I spent a major part of my life developing a golf swing that allows me to break 300 yards with the driver. Regardless of your swing type, handicap, or skill level this book is designed to help every golfer improve overall distance and move one step closer to breaking 300. The focus of this book is to build a sturdy foundation for your golf swing. If you have a good, solid foundation, the rest of the swing will naturally fall into place. The majority of golfers have a good idea about how to hit the ball, but their foundation may not be the strongest. As a result, they are forced to use their athleticism to compensate for swing faults. By building a stronger foundation from the beginning, you will have more fun and see increased distance in your golf game. Thank you for sharing my interest in breaking 300 yards off the tee box. I wish you the best of luck in discovering the hidden distance within your reach.
Lessons Closed For Winter
Back to the basics