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 For my clients and me, the single most important rule in golf is to have FUN!  We strive to always play for the love of the game, remove expectations and  to challenge ourselves.  This sport can be extremely rewarding if we follow a process, and equally frustrating if we lack direction. In all sports, athletes have identifiable goals/objectives and coaches to get them there.  Golf is no different, we need a coach, supervised practices, and state of the art technology to help assist.  Our program utilizes the best launch monitor in the industry, Foresight GCQuad.  We also use Hackmotion 3D bio-mechanic feed back for wrist data and Boditrak for pressure and weight transfer and distribution. After we master GAPPS (Grip, Alignment, Position of ball, Posture and Stance) we master our swing.

  1. Proper take away activated by the core, without over-activating the hands, an upper body “Doyle Coil” that brings the left shoulder down and around and the right shoulder up and away.  “Stretch the rubber band!”
  2. Creating a Pivot with our lower body and getting the right leg into extension.
  3. Sam Snead lower body movement
  4. Proper sequence of the wrist hinge and set, and club head release prior to and post impact
  5. Creating Lag for Power with passive hands
  6. Balanced finish and proper hand and arm placement

At this point I am no longer just a swing instructor, but a golf coach focusing on all aspects of the game. Devoting equal amounts of attention to both the physical and mental aspects of the game, I instill total confidence in my students as we develop a solid game they can trust and even stronger mental process.  Through strategic hard work, process-oriented learning, knowledge and understanding of the sport, success is automatic.

My core philosophy on lower scoring consists of 3 main components:

  1. The ability to successfully get off the tee (driver, 3 wood, hybrid, or iron) long and straight.
  2. A mastery of the short game (pitching, chipping, putting).
  3. Ballstriking; Greens in Regulation (12 GIR = 71 avg. score, 8 GIR = 79 avg., 4 GIR= 87 avg.)

My students implore a 2:1 ratio of short game to ball striking in their practice sessions, with trajectory control constantly stressed as well.  Proper practice is crucial, but I also firmly believe that the best players in the world play more than they practice.  All of my golfers will participate in playing lessons as well to fully understand how to score, how to handle themselves under pressure, and more importantly to have some fun!

With their mastery of the short game and driving the ball long and in play, my students will play confident aggressive golf with lots of birdies and lower scores guaranteed.

Contact me today and start playing better golf tomorrow!

Phone: 847-917-4849