Lead Poisoning Ko

On February 1, 2017, in Golf, by admin

When Lydia Ko first came out and started lighting up the scoreboards and beating the heck out of a lot of good players she was barely a teenager.  And I said then her swing is perfect.  It is identical to Hogan’s, Annika’s and Langer’s, she just looks different doing it then those players.  I sent […]

Jordan Spieth’s only problem

On March 16, 2016, in Golf, Golf Swing, Jordan Spieth, by admin

Jordan Spieth is one of the best players in the world with only one swing fault, and it happens to be a pretty big one that will eventually hurt him physically, and soon, if it is not addressed.  Can you pick it out in this picture?  If you can, congratulations, if you have been watching […]


On February 17, 2015, in Golf, by admin

And a great Teachers tool is the rest of the title to this post.  Let me first say that trackman is the best launch monitor on the market today.  It’s accurate and extremely dependable for inside and outside applications.  If used correctly it’s a time saver.  The main things a good Coach will use it […]

Swinging left is for Amateurs

On April 22, 2014, in Golf, by admin

Every six months to a year there seems to be a “new” swing thought or theory that quite a few coach’s latch onto and start to advocate in their teachings.  Swinging left has to be one of the worst, never has there been a great player that swings left after impact that has lasted.  And […]

One out of two is bad……….

On May 2, 2013, in Ben Hogan, Golf, Sam Byrd, by admin

Swing drills can be a great thing if you get one that is fundamentally sound and that’s not always a sure thing.  Here is a good example of two from a great player named Justin Rose. This first drill is as good as it gets, this is a tip that Sam Byrd taught to Ben Hogan […]

Dustin Johnson – What just kills this kid

On June 23, 2012, in Dustin Johnson, Golf, Golf Swing, by admin

Dustin Johnson has as much raw talent and MORE athletic ability than Tiger Woods.  And you can’t say that about anyone else out on the PGA Tour today.  There is just one thing holding him back that has cost him 3 major’s and countless regular Tour events already.  And it is such an easy fix […]

Tiger : The Destruction of a golf swing

On March 20, 2011, in Golf, Golf Swing, by Steve Wozeniak

It is always amazing to me after a player learns the correct  information and fundamentals how far away they can stray from the very things that got them to the top in the vain attempt to “better” themselves and get to the “next level”.  Tiger was taught in his early years well, and he was fundamentally […]


On February 17, 2011, in Golf, Golf Swing, by Steve Wozeniak

Here is a great looking young player named Alexis Thompson.  The analysis is from her coach Jim McLean in this months Golf Digest.  So far so good, this set up looks nice and athletic with a great triangle formed at address. From here things go very wrong and must be corrected or this young lady […]

Understanding Casting………..

On December 13, 2010, in Golf, Golf Swing, by Steve Wozeniak

Do you understand what Casting is?  Well this guy sure has no clue and it is simply stunning to me how many Teaching Professionals get it wrong, and do not know how to fix it.  Even worse this so called fix is just adding another problem to the poor golfers swing.     Here is […]

The First Tee – The good and bad

On February 15, 2010, in Golf, Golf Swing, Juniors, by Steve Wozeniak

I love how the First Tee gets kids involved with the game for little to no money.  They give them books and great ideas on how to act on, and off, the golf course throughout their entire life.  They have each child complete different levels and are constantly supervised by the coaches and volunteers.   […]

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