Tune in weekly for a series of short videos on different aspects of the game. You will find these to be entertaining and informative. They will acquaint you with my teaching style. Remember, however that nothing can replace one on one or small group lessons. Be sure to refer to my total lesson schedule on this website.

Video Lesson: Fairway Wood (7, 5, and 3)

March 23, 2011

Loft and length of club construction are the major differences that control distance. Swing plane is also demonstrated and discussed.

Video Lesson: Long Irons and Hybrids

March 16, 2011

Body and club head relationship will be further explored. Differences in the length of the swing arc will be demonstrated.

Video Lesson: Mid-Irons (5 and 6)

March 9, 2011

Change in ball position and the concept of proper alignment of club head in relative position to the body position will be demonstrated.

Video Lesson: Short Irons (7, 8, 9, and Full Wedge)

March 2, 2011

Aspects of the variation of stance and ball position will be covered. Swing plane and rhythm will also be reviewed.

Video Lesson: Soliciting the Meditative Moment

February 23, 2011

Video Lesson: Rhythm and Tempo

February 16, 2011

These two major components of a well constructed golf swing are examined and explained. Method of maintaining consistency is demonstrated.

Video Lesson: Body Movement

February 9, 2011

A proper swing should allow for a full shoulder turn that moves congruently with the movements of the arms and wrists.

Video Lesson: Alignment

February 2, 2011

Proper alignment of the shoulders, hips, knees, and fee is an essential element in developing a consistent swing plane. In this segment we will examine the relationship with the club and body position that sets up a natural, proper alignment.

Video Lesson: Pre-Shot Routine

January 26, 2011

Prior to hitting any shot on the golf course a consistent method of approach should be adopted. This preparation provides a heightened level of confidence that should be consistently achieved.

Video Lesson: Stance and Posture

January 19, 2011

Methods of acquiring the proper address position will assist in solid ball striking possibilities. Examples of good and bad posture and their affects on miss hits are analyzed.