Having a good foundation with the proper setup, helps you achieve the correct balance
you need to play consistent golf. This is an essential key to help you shoot lower
scores. How’s your foundation?
“A good foundation is the key”
The famous saying, “practice makes perfect,” in my opinion is an incorrect statement
for the game of golf. If you are practicing with the wrong fundamentals, how can
you develop a golf swing that is consistent? Learn how to practice with a purpose
The fastest way to shoot lower scores, is to be more consistent with the shots you
have at 100 yards and in! This includes full and half shots, as well as pitching,
chipping and putting! Do you know that most PGA Tour Players average only 3 shots
or less at 100 yards and in? What is your average?
“100 yards and in is the key to eliminate strokes”
• PGA Member with over 10,000 private and group lessons taught since 1995
• Played professionally in more than 50 PGA section events
• Taught in several golf clinics with over 500 students with guest instructors
David Leadbetter and Tom Watson
• PGA Teaching Professional - GolfTEC
• PGA Teaching Professional - Golf Galaxy
• PGA Head Golf Professional - Delaware Golf Club
• PGA First Assistant - Heritage Golf Club
• Assistant Golf Professional - The Country Club at Muirfield Village
• Assistant Golf Coach Anderson University
• Played 4 years of golf at Anderson University
• Certified golf club fitter with Callaway,Titleist, Mizuno and
“Practice with a Purpose”
“Don’t be too proud to take a lesson, I’m not” - Jack Nicklaus
I have played both as a professional and as an amateur. No matter what your golf
experience may be, I guarantee we all
have one thing in common. We all desire
to shoot lower scores!
I believe the key to shooting lower scores
is to learn how to be more consistent with every club in the bag. I have taught
over 10,000 lessons from beginners to professionals. By successfully coaching hundreds
of students, I have valuable experience and knowledge in teaching the proper fundamentals
and techniques that
are necessary to help lower your scores.
The key to obtain this goal, begins with consistency. The first step to achieve
is to have a “good foundation.” By learning how to have the proper setup and balance,
we will build from the ground up for a more consistent golf swing.
The next step for consistency is to learn
how to “practice with a purpose.” If you practice with the incorrect fundamentals
of the swing, then you are practicing incorrectly. Learning how to practice correctly
with proper instruction, is the
only way you are going to make outstanding progress and start playing better golf!