THANKS SHAN.I ORDER YOUR BLUE PRINT FOR GOLF.PACKAGE.I;VE MORE ABOUT THE GOLF SWING FROM THAT VDEO THAN I;VE LEARN FROM ALL THE GOLF LESSION I;VE HAD OVER THE YEARS.SO THANKS A LOT.(OSCAR)PS I.LL ORDER THE DISTANCE TRAINER NEXT WEEK.
Oscar–Thank you so much for the kind and gracious comments. We are here to help you and will continue do so.
I BOUGHT YOU VDEO, I AM 81 AND SHOT 87 TODAY.
YOU ARE A GEAT TEACHER. THANK YOU
Malcome–that’s awesome! Congrats–is this your personal best since turning 80?
My problem is transferring the skill from driving range to golf course fairway.
John–you need to practice and train on the golf course. Just playing one ball and chasing it around the course doesn’t get it done.
Also you need to do situational training on the practice tee, putting green, short-game area. Put yourself in live situations. No different than any sports team playing preseason games or playing a full game in practice. One has to get really creative.
Shawn – I ordered your trainer and notice that the it positions my feet further apart than what I was used to. I wonder if a person’s height would effect the distance one positions their feet?
Is the trainer designed to work for everyone or should a height factor be used for the different club lengths? Thanks!
Mark– you may have to slightly alter the width of your feet to make it work for you.
You told one of your students that you need to practice and train on the golf course, when you can’t take
your game from the practice tee to the course, how do you do that? Because I hit the ball great on the practice tee.
Phil–I tell all my students to train on the golf course. The #1 mistake the recreational golfer makes–they only play one ball around the golf course and never train. You go out at the end of the day when no one is playing and hit multiple of shots around the golf course–such as hit 4 or 5 drivers, pick them up and move to the 100 yard marker and hit multiple shots from that point. Go to the next hole and hit several shots from 150 yards–retrieve them. Next hole go to the green and hit all kinds of chip shots, pitch shots. It doesn’t have to be in this order. You need to train like this on the practice tee as well. Think outside of the box a little and you will become a better golfer.
I live in U.K. And would like to purchase your ball position trainer ,how do I do this as you don,t ship to U.K. ?
Thanks for your video clips.
Great to see this tip concides with tip from book regarding distance from ball at set up. Your training methods have been very helpful in me having my best golfing season ever last year.
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