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Your footwork is KEY to a consistent downswing

The power in the golf swing starts from the ground and works its way up. Your feet and legs transmit the power to your arms and then the golf club. That is why you need a stable base when starting  the downswing. If your feet are twisting and spinning, you are losing the...
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“I have to wear a dress?” Teaching Juniors vs Teaching Adults

I have given thousands of lessons to both juniors and adults. Both groups want to learn golf and want to improve. However, how you teach these two groups varies greatly. A typical adult student seeks instruction with very specific directives - example, fixing a slice. The attention and effort is focused on fixing it and being...
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Speaking of Shinnecock Hills…..

If you get the chance, please try and play golf on a links style course like Shinnecock Hills. You will be tested in every facet of your game. These courses are beautiful - especially those old courses like Shinnecock, where the natural beauty takes center stage. But the thing I find when playing an open links...
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Major Rules Changes Slated for January 2019

There are some MAJOR changes in the works from the USGA & R&A that will take effect January 2019. Start getting ready as there are some big changes, especially rules regarding hazards and searching for a lost ball (going from 5 minutes to 3). Now they’d like to hear from you. For the next six months,...
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