Years ago I changed my approach and it has made such a difference.

I used to teach golf. Now I teach people how to play golf.


You will notice that the top Professionals are constantly practicing and taking lessons (many searching mechanically for a
repetitive SWING from their SWING guru), all done in the hope of improving their golf game. Jim Murray once said, "Golf is the
most over-taught and least learned human endeavor. If they taught sex the way they teach golf, the race would have died
out years ago."

SWING sounds so simple. It is so simple that it is too difficult for hundreds of golfers to comprehend! It is so simple that it is
difficult to induce many students to accept it!

There are two essential elements to developing a consistent golf SWING that produces solid contact:

1. Position
2. Rhythm

The Golf Swing is mainly viewed as a full or complete SWING. Most golfers try to get in a good position at the top of the 
backswing, yet feel like Byron Nelson who expressed his frustration in these words:

"I'd shoot 67 or 68, and all of a sudden I'd shoot 75 or 76 or 77. I didn't know where the clubhead was or what it was  doing."

How is it possible to return the club and clubhead to contact the ball solidly if you have no earthly idea or feel for where the clubhead is? Once it leaves the golfer's sight, it is in what I call "the Black Hole," or in other words, it is lost!

That is why I developed my 1/2, 3/4, and Full Swing Postions.
They take the trial and error out of swinging the Golf Club.


If you would enjoy the rewarding experience of SWINGING the Golf Club consistently, then practice, practice, and more practice is the secret of success. There is no substitute for constant, intelligent practice!

Sam Snead weighs in on that subject with this comment:

"Some guy once told me that you didn't have to practice to be a good player...but I'd never heard of the game he
 was talking about."



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