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PGA Tour Coach Scott Hamilton gives GolfWRX Member a lesson on footwork

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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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  1. gps

    Dec 1, 2018 at 11:13 am

    Hawking the left toe from top of BS, locks the hips resulting in EE and OTT.

    Simply roll the left ankle in BS,(like Jack Nicklaus) and release the left big toe as first move from top of BS.
    That will let the hips turn in DS, rather than lock up, which happens when the left big toe is hawked into the ground in DS.

    Jack N said he would hit with the right hand as soon as possible AS LONG AS he got to his left side first.
    If you release the left big toe off of the ground your COG will be on the outside of the left foot(like Jack N).

  2. halensmiths

    Sep 26, 2018 at 11:26 pm

    Great point! I will keep this in mind the next time. Thanks

  3. Al

    Sep 26, 2018 at 11:45 am

    I love this. Just basic stuff. Not complicated to fix and the fix was easy to understand. Thanks.

  4. ogo

    Sep 26, 2018 at 12:34 am

    “Good Luck, buddy.”
    Yah, sure… but this is not “instruction”, it’s postural pictures with no dynamic analysis. Pressure plates underfoot is necessary to confirm loading through the Kinetic Chain of events.

  5. Jack

    Sep 25, 2018 at 7:24 pm

    I agree with Brad’s comment below. Scott I hope you share some more of these with us.

  6. Brad

    Sep 25, 2018 at 3:37 pm

    This is a very good lesson, lots of actionable instruction, easy to understand. I don’t share the issues this player has but it was very interesting to watch nonetheless.

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