Starts June 1, 2020
The Seven Laws of Golf You MUST Follow to Play YOUR Best Golf
The Important Message
The only way you can improve your golf is to improve the above factors.
You don’t have to improve all of them – a simple adjustment to ground contact alone can have significant effects on your game and scores. However, the more of these factors you improve, the better and more optimized your golf game will be. Why, because these are the physical laws to which the golf ball abides.
Watch this video for details.
The Seven Laws of Golf
Law 1: Ground Contact
This is very likely the biggest difference between amateur and pro golfers. With irons, the pros hit the ball first, then the ground. Amateurs (well over 95%) strike the ground first. This factor relates strongly to distance control – a key source to a lower handicap.
Law 2: Strike Point
Do you strike the sweet spot? The professionals strike the face in a far more functional spot and with incredible consistency. Amateurs, on the other hand, can be more random with their strike, or can be consistently on the wrong part of the club face
Law 3: Club Face Direction
Want to know the quickest way to improve your shot direction? Improve where your club face looks at impact. While there are other factors involved in direction, club face control is the single biggest factor.
Law 4: Club Speed
You will always be limited in your distance by the speed you can create. The pros hit the ball much farther because they are close to 50% faster than the average amateur golfer. One thing is for sure, all else being equal, a faster club head speed = more distance.
Law 5: Swing Path
You can play great golf with a swing path that is offline (as Bubba Watson regularly demonstrates).
However, your swing path will determine whether you are a fader of the ball (curve the ball to the right onto your target), or a drawer of the ball (curve the ball to the left onto your target).
Law 6: Angle of Attack
Steep/shallow? The angle of attack will have a strong influence on ground contact with irons and will increase or decrease your potential for distance with the driver. Hitting on the downswing with a driver can lower your distance efficiency
Law 7: Dynamic Loft
If you want to launch the ball higher or lower, you need to change dynamic loft. This is the loft you present to the ball at impact and has a 60-85% influence on the launch angle.
Summer Program Consists of:
Starts on June 1st, 2020
UNLIMITED Workshop Lesson Format (Group)
Mondays – Wednesdays – Fridays at 11:15 AM to 12 PM
(more sessions may be added based on participation
so we can maintain social distancing standards)
Two Private Lessons to be Taken During the Eight Week Period
Retail Value $614
Early Bird Discount Price $249
Space is limited due to social distancing concerns, first come first in.