Jason Kuiper

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Jason Kuiper

Director of Instruction
Bobby Jones Golf Course
Atlanta, GA

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A golfer can block their drives in any of the following 4 ways

Posted on: 08 Feb 2022

In my opinion a golfer can block their drives in any of 1 of the following 4 ways or some combination of the following 4 ways. 1. Heel Strike 2. Open Face to Path 3. Right Club Path 4. Hit down on it- (combo with 1-3) This is too hard to diagnose on your own […]

If an amateur wants to shape their shot drastically I have them change their set up

Posted on: 02 Feb 2022

I believe and teach that if an amateur wants to shape their shot drastically I have them change their set up. For example for a hook- set your feet closed to where you want the ball to start and then hood the face closed at where you want the ball to end up. Then swing […]

My mentors were Rick McCord and Dick Farley.

Posted on: 12 Jan 2022

They were both amazing at letting me try new things and learn on the fly. They never over managed me and let me learn by failing sometimes. This was the best way for me to learn!

Course Management using Technology

Posted on: 12 Jan 2022

The best way for an amateur to improve their game/course management is to use technology such as Decade Golf or Swing U Premium GPS. These are app or web based systems that can track your shots and how you play the course. You will get strokes gained data and learn more about strengths and weaknesses. […]

Lead arm breakdown causes topped shots.

Posted on: 16 Dec 2021

In my opinion most topped shots are caused by the lead arm breaking down at the elbow and or wrist. The lead arm is the radius of the swing arc and when that radius shortens, the club head will belly the ball. The lead arm typically shortens when the players body stops rotating or the […]

Full swing posture.

Posted on: 01 Oct 2021

I like to have students bend at the hips only with their arms hanging down until their finger tips touch their knee caps. Then a slight knee flex to find the balance under their shoe laces. Make sure the arms are hanging down loosely and then grip the club so that the hands are just […]

Play your favorite course on the range

Posted on: 08 Feb 2021

The best way for established golfers to practice on the range is to use about half of the bucket on BLOCK practice.(Repeat the shot over and over to work on a specific skill) Then use the second half of the bucket on DYNAMIC practice. Play your favorite course from the range tee. Imagine each shot […]

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