How About A Lesson Over The Internet FREE!

How About A Lesson Over The Internet FREE!

With all the technology going on today, is it possible to do a lesson over the internet? Yes! Up until now, the best you could do is email your swing to a pro for an analysis. Problem is, the lesson is NOT in real time. How do you ask questions? How does the pro know you understand his/her analysis?

Golf Coach Direct is the first site I’ve found that actually has on line analysis in real time. Very similar but better than GoToMeeting.com where you are at home or office watching the analysis on your computer screen while the pro is performing the analysis simultaneously. One added feature is IF you have a camera, both you and the pro can talk to each other and demonstrate drills for improvement. If not, you can communicate over the phone while performing the lesson in real time.

I invite you to try a lesson FREE and give me your opinion. I want to know if you enjoyed the experience? Was the system easy to use and understand? Is this something you would do again? How much would you be willing to pay for a lesson?

If you’re interested please call 804-378-7456 or go to http://www.quickfixgolf.com/golf-lessons/free-golf-lesson-online/

Shoulder Tilt Is Vital!

You might have heard about this “Stack and Tilt” rage that’s going on out there. Well they got half of it right. Unless you want a quick trip to the Chiropractor you need to forget the stack part but the tilt is right on. So many golfers think that the shoulders turn on the downswing…..big mistake. It is the shoulder turn on the downswing that causes you to go “over the top” or create an “outside in” swing path.

The first thing the shoulders should do on the down swing is tilt down. If you are a right hander, imagine that you are ringing a bell and the bell is so heavy that you have to pull down with your right shoulder and your arms to make it ring.

Once you tilt down with the right shoulder the arms swing out. Make sure you are rolling your forearms over on the down swing and then your right shoulder follows. We used to call it chasing the ball with the right shoulder.

To help you visualize this motion I’ve included for you a video of a lesson on exactly this subject.

Hope this helps. As always I welcome your comments on this or any other Blog I’ve posted.