Why is it difficult for golfers to improve?

Why is it that just when a golfer thinks they have found the secret to success everything falls apart again and they are back at square one- confused and scratching their heads trying to find the answer again?

 

The answer...... The golf swing is a complex chain of events.

 

We only have to sit back in a quiet space for a while to think about how incredibly talented we really need to be to put the clubface squarely on the ball from the proper path and angle of attack to send that ball somewhere near the direction we envision. One or two degrees wrong in either path angle and/or approach angle and the ball can veer 20 yards or more off track from our target.

 

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In this 55 minute video I show you twelve lessons that the greatest golfers of all time display in their golf swings that enabled them to become the premier golfers of their eras and chisel themselves into every golf history conversation from now to eternity.

These videos contain facts based on my own abilities as playing at the top tier of professional golf and from playing with the greatest golfers of the past 50 years. I now pass these true fundamentals onto my own students as an instructor of the game.

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CONNECTION IN THE GOLF SWING

 

     We often hear the term "connection" with regards to the golf swing. So- what does connection truly mean?

 

     In mainstream golf instruction the term "connection' highlights the necessity to connect the arms to the body. We see all types of drills relating to placing towels under the arms and swinging in an attempt to keep the arms connected to the body. Other variations of this would be placing a headcover or a glove under either the left or right armpit and swinging the club trying to keep this item in place without it falling out.

 

     Is this correct? Well in some regards YES- but the reality is connection of the arms to the body is only relevent or necessary for a short time in the entire motion. I phrase the real term as "cohesive tension"- it is a more relevent use of words than 'connection' and involves the entire body- from the feet through the legs into the hips and core and trunk- up to the shoulders down the arms and into the hands and fingers- which are holding the club

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In approximately two years Jordan Spieth has gone from a World Ranking of 803 to the 4th ranked player in golf.

He is undoubtably the Hottest Player on the Planet right now. He disintegrated the field in The Australian Open and the Chevron World Challenge at the end of 2014.

  

                                  

In recent weeks has won the Valspar Championship, finished runner-up at The Valero Texas Open and now takes a one stroke lead into tomorrows final round of The Shell Houston Open. A terrific lead up for a confident assault on Augusta National at The Masters, where last year he finished runner-up to Bubba Watson in his maiden appearance in the event as a professional.

 

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