Insight from Steve Bosdosh on Backswing.com:
Very common to experience the “First Tee Jitters”, everyone does! The best way to deal with them is to rely on your pre-shot routine and trust the swing. You really have to learn to detach yourself from “outcome” and focus on “process”. Work through your routine, and learn to let it go. We really can’t […]
Promoting more on line coaching, instruction, in home content that golfers can do while they are staying in home. Make the best of this down time and use it wisely.
It promotes for more growth of the game. Almost this attitude of “if he or she can win, then I can win”
In short, yes! It promotes for more growth of the game. Almost this attitude of “if he or she can win, then I can win”.
Mathew Wolfe bc of his uniqueness
Hudl Technique is what I use, very simple and easy for students to send videos back to me.
I use it to verify what I see on camera, then zero in on what number/swing issue is most needed. I only show a few numbers to students so they don’t get too confused.
Make some half shots with most of your weight on the front leg and leave it there. This will promote a downward strike creating ball/turf contact.
A “fitted” one!! Much more important to have proper fitting than which manufacturer.
Pikewood National Golf Club in Morgantown WV