In this video, I share a great drill to help you turn onto the ball. This will help you rotate through impact.
PGA Tour Coach Scott Hamilton gives GolfWRX Member a lesson on footwork
In our all new “Lesson of the Day” series with V1 Sports, we feature a different instructor and a different student with each video. In the video below, PGA Tour coach Scott Hamilton gives a lesson to GolfWRXer Sean Mcfaul, where he teaches Mcfaul how to get the club on plane and improve his footwork.
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Hamilton — of the Scott Hamilton Golf Academy — teaches 8 exempt players on the PGA Tour including Chris Kirk, Matt Every, Hudson Swafford, Harold Varner III, Tom Hoge, Hank Lebioda, Scott Stallings and Boo Weekley (his players have 12 PGA Tour wins), he teaches LPGA Players Jane Park and Brooke Pancake, and also, he is ranked as a top-50 instructor by Golf Digest and top-100 by Golf Magazine.
Enjoy Hamilton’s lesson below!
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Why most golfers aren’t improving as fast as they should
Improvement happens when our current skillset is challenged to adapt and expand to a new level. So, in order to improve, we need to learn to embrace the challenges that will lead us down the path of improvement.
Unfortunately, most of us have learned to fear challenges. It makes sense. Challenges often led to failure, which can lead to humiliation and embarrassment. They can make you feel lousy. If we can get past our egos that are trying to protect us from failure, however, we can come to see that challenges are the only route to improvement. From there, we have a chance to enact real change and long-lasting improvement.
When you’re practicing golf, you need to look beyond the results or the awkwardness of learning a new technique or skillset. Coordination in the golf swing is everything, and sometimes the changes that are needed are not all that big. They may feel like enormous changes, though, because there is a difference between feel and real.
Golf is a game of improvement. In this video I share my thoughts on how you can get started in your process of improvement. Please enjoy, and feel free to interact with your comments and thoughts.
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Top-100 teacher Tom Stickney of Punta Mita Golf Academy in Mexico provides tips for playing the ball from an uphill lie. Hope this helps!
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