Golfers Receive Unlimited Online Golf Lessons from RotarySwing.com’s Certified Instructors for Less than the Cost of One In-person Lesson

RotarySwing.com’s Latest Innovation, Online Learning Groups, Bridges the Gap Between Its Twenty-plus Hours of Online Golf Instruction Videos and In-person Lessons by Offering One Low Monthly Payment for Unlimited Online Golf Lessons with a Certified Instructor.

RotarySwing.com’s Latest Innovation, Online Learning Groups, Bridges the Gap Between Its Twenty-plus Hours of Online Golf Instruction Videos and In-person Lessons by Offering One Low Monthly Payment for Unlimited Online Golf Lessons with a Certified Instructor.

Windermere, FL | September 16, 2010 — Last week, RotarySwing.com launched a new feature called Online Learning Groups. At its core, this feature allows a golfer to easily submit videos, pictures, and questions to Rotary Swing Tour Certified Instructors and receive feedback about how to improve. While others in the industry offer similar online golf lessons, what sets the Groups concept apart are three additional benefits: unlimited instruction for less than the cost of one traditional lesson, a library of more than 20 hours of online golf instruction videos to support the process, and an ability to learn from peer group members.

The concept was originally proposed by one of the website’s members, Ray Wyvill, as a way to provide ongoing review of swing changes, monitoring that bad habits don’t creep back in and ensuring continual progression. Wyvill’s inspiration came from something his father told him about the one-room schools prevalent decades ago.

This is how Wyvill remembered his father’s words: “He said, ‘The best school I was ever in was the one-room school when I was a kid. More learning went on there than in any other school environment I ever saw. You’d be there working on something, the older kids would be working on what you’d get next, and the young kids were providing you with constant review.’”

RotarySwing.com’s Online Learning Groups are setup to foster this sort of 360-degree learning as students learn directly from instructors, by observing the instruction provided to other students, and by jumping in and helping their peers with an issue they’ve already tackled.

The economics of the group concept helps golfers get better at an affordable price. While in-person lessons typically range from $40 to $200 each and one standard online lesson can go for $30 or more, Online Learning Groups provide value by pairing unlimited online golf lessons with a price tag of $29.95 per month.

“In-person lessons offer some obvious advantages,” RotarySwing.com founder Chuck Quinton said. “But there are also some major drawbacks, including the price, which is on everyone’s mind these days because of the economy. With an Online Learning Group, for example, you’ll get expert help with a swing issue, and then you can have that re-checked a week later and even ask for some new advice a week after that…all for only $29.95. Compare that to in-person lessons, where you’ve just racked up three full lesson charges, probably totaling $200 or more.”

The feature’s success, though, will ultimately be determined by the experience of the group members. The results are extremely positive so far, based on feedback from those who took part in the pilot group the past three months.

“This is an experience like no other; you can post your swing and have members and an instructor critique it,” said pilot group member Steve Dodson. “This ensures your work on each move is done correctly, and if you’re applying this move correctly in your full swing. If you’re not a member, you’re missing out.”

More information about RotarySwing.com’s Online Learning Groups can be found here:http://www.rotaryswing.com/online-golf-lessons/learning-groups-home.php.

Free and Premium Membership details are available at http://www.rotaryswing.com/golf-instruction/membership_info.php.

About Rotary Swing Golf

Rotary Swing Golf, LLC, was founded in 2006 by golf professional Chuck Quinton and is one of the world’s leading providers of subscription-based online golf instruction via RotarySwing.com, OnePlaneGolfSwing.com, and RotaryGolfSwing.com. These websites offer more than 180 instructional videos, totaling 20-plus hours of content, much of it available in high definition and on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. In addition, Rotary Swing Golf’s websites offer a podcast, golf training aids, online golf lessons, an active forum with nearly 5000 members, and club fittings. Quinton has authored two books: The Rotary Swing golf instruction book that has sold thousands of copies worldwide and the Rotary Swing Tour Instructor Certification Manual – Level 1. He has also produced the golf instruction DVDs Swing Plane Made Simple and Short Game Made Simple. More recently, Quinton founded the Rotary Swing Golf Academy at Sugarloaf Mountain near Orlando, Florida, and was the Teaching Professional at Castle Pines Golf Club in Colorado during 2009.

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RotarySwing.com’s Free Golf Instruction Videos Eliminate Golf Swing Confusion, Helping Golfers—and the Company—Improve

Thanks to the Two-plus Hours of Free Golf Instruction Videos Online, RotarySwing.com’s Free Members Overcome Prior Golf Swing Confusion, Leading to Better Scores and Driving Many to Become Premium Members.

Thanks to the Two-plus Hours of Free Golf Instruction Videos Online, RotarySwing.com’s Free Members Overcome Prior Golf Swing Confusion, Leading to Better Scores and Driving Many to Become Premium Members.

Windermere, Florida | September 4, 2010 — In March of 2010, RotarySwing.com introduced a free golf instruction membership that includes the basics of both the original Rotary Swing and the new Rotary Swing Tour (RST). Company founder Chuck Quinton contends that instructor preferences, fads, and gimmicks have left golfers confused about what to believe when it comes to golf instruction, and offering a library of free golf instruction videos built around the scientific “truths about golf instruction” has allowed Quinton to reach more players who have struggled to improve due to the contradictory and ambiguous nature of today’s traditional golf instruction.

John Neugent, owner of Neuvation Cycling and one of RotarySwing.com’s free members who later converted to Premium Membership, described his experience this way: “I can know what I am supposed to do rather than guess what I am supposed to be doing. I have lots of books but all of them really don’t tell you what to do. They tell you the result.”

Quinton refers to this as teaching “how” to move during the swing rather than teaching “what” club positions to hit.

“Too many instructors tell students to focus on golf club positions, even though the player has no idea how to move his body to get the club there,” Quinton explained. “The club doesn’t swing itself; it ends up in the right position only if you move correctly.”

Others have also expressed their relief at finding a free golf instruction video system that they can believe in.

“After watching the free videos, I quickly realized the golf action Chuck is teaching is based on common sense fundamentals that most tour professionals use today,” Michael Beaty, another member who upgraded to the paid membership, said. “I also realized Chuck had a talent for explaining the golf swing in a way that makes sense.”

In addition to offering fact-based, scientific golf instruction, the free golf videos contain extensive information that helps students understand the entire methodology.

“You provide a lot of freebies which are very substantive and not just the ‘tip of the week,'” Daniel Boers offered in a New Member Survey after choosing to go the premium route.

Parker Gallagher made the same membership decision and shared this: “Excellent, thorough, detailed and comprehensive free information had me wanting more and the price/value (of a Premium Membership) was excellent.”

While the Free Membership has been a hit with golfers searching for free golf instruction videos online, there were initial concerns that releasing so much information would reduce the desire for some potential customers to sign up for the paid membership.

“It wasn’t without risk,” RotarySwing.com founder Chuck Quinton said. “Some online instructors give you free videos that just contain hints at what they teach. Not us. The basics for my golf swing systems are now totally free. I took a chance that once people buy into my fact-based approach, they’ll see the value in continuing into the Premium Membership, which takes things to a whole other level with the largest library of consistent golf instruction videos on the web-—over 20 hours in total.”

Five months of results indicate the strategy has worked, according to Quinton, as Premium Membership has grown considerably since the free golf videos were added, despite the continued economic downturn.

From a student’s perspective, Dave Ramos, CEO of the Dashboard Group, made the switch from free to premium and seconds the notion that it worked. “I have been to golf camps, taken lessons with PGA professionals, watched videos, read magazines, and even bought stuff I saw on infomercials. Nothing worked. They all told me a different thing, often contradicting each other. In contrast, Rotary Swing is a comprehensive and integrated approach that is scientifically and biometrically proven. The lessons tell you exactly what to do, why you need to do it that way, and exactly how. This is not a quick-fix scam, but a sound, long-term strategy for great golf. Full speed ahead!”

Free and Premium Membership details are available at http://www.rotaryswing.com/golf-instruction/membership_info.php.

About Rotary Swing Golf

Rotary Swing Golf, LLC, was founded in 2006 by golf professional Chuck Quinton and is one of the world’s leading providers of subscription-based online golf instruction via RotarySwing.com, OnePlaneGolfSwing.com, and RotaryGolfSwing.com. These websites offer more than 180 instructional videos, totaling more than 20 hours of content, much of it available in high definition and on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. In addition, Rotary Swing Golf’s websites offer a podcast, golf training aids, online golf lessons, an active forum with nearly 5000 members, and club fittings. Quinton has authored two books: The Rotary Swing golf instruction book that has sold thousands of copies worldwide and the Rotary Swing Tour Instructor Certification Manual – Level 1. He has also produced the golf instruction DVDs Swing Plane Made Simple and Short Game Made Simple. More recently, Quinton founded the Rotary Swing Golf Academy at Sugarloaf Mountain near Orlando, Florida, and was the Teaching Professional at Castle Pines Golf Club in Colorado during 2009.

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RotarySwing.com’s iPad Golf Instruction Capability Offers Affordable Alternative to In-person Golf Lessons, Allowing Golfers to Watch Online Golf Videos While Practicing

Golfers now have an inexpensive alternative to in-person golf lessons via RotarySwing.com’s new iPad golf instruction feature, allowing golf instruction video playback on the practice tee.

Golfers now have an inexpensive alternative to in-person golf lessons via RotarySwing.com’s new iPad golf instruction feature, allowing golf instruction video playback on the practice tee.

April 17, 2010 | Windermere, Florida — Last week, Rotary Swing Golf announced that more than 60 Rotary Swing Tour (RST) golf instruction videos on their RotarySwing.com website will be available for viewing on Apple’s new iPad.  Both Free and Premium Members can enjoy this functionality, which was originally designed in response to members’ requests for iPhone golf instruction videos.

The new functionality required some significant programming changes but greatly improves membership value for many of the site’s members, according to Rotary Swing Golf Founder Chuck Quinton.

“We’ve been getting lots of feedback from members who have been replacing in-person golf lessons from local teaching professionals with our video golf instruction,” Quinton said.  “We’ve actually grown in this tough economy, in part because of the tremendous value we offer.  For the cost of a one hour in-person golf lesson, you can access several hours of instruction on our website for three months, six months, even a year or longer, depending on the instructor’s rates.”

According to Quinton, providing members the ability to take their favorite RotarySwing.com golf instruction videos anywhere represents the natural next step in the evolution of this process.

“Though we recently started certifying instructors to teach our Rotary Swing Tour model, we don’t have instructors in every major city…yet,” Quinton said.  “The ability for students to use our iPad golf instruction feature at their practice facilities is a major advancement in bridging that gap.”

Quinton feels that his approach to golf instruction meshes well with technological advances in golf.  In fact, he’s certain that part of his competitive advantage stems from the application of technology–like the force plates, launch monitors and high speed cameras that litter his teaching studio–to his teaching methods and research.

“My golf instruction is 100 percent based on scientific facts proven through research,” Quinton said.  “I will always look to incorporate any technology that helps me uncover more golf swing facts or deliver those facts to my students.”

For more information about RotarySwing.com’s iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad golf instruction capability, visit www.rotaryswing.com/iphone.php.

Free and Premium Membership details are also available on that webpage.

About Rotary Swing Golf

Rotary Swing Golf, LLC was founded in 2006 by golf professional Chuck Quinton and is one of the world’s leading providers of subscription-based online golf instruction via www.RotarySwing.com, www.OnePlaneGolfSwing.com and www.RotaryGolfSwing.com.  These websites offer more than 180 instructional videos, totaling 19 hours of content, much of it available in high definition and on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.  In addition, Rotary Swing Golf’s websites offer a podcast, golf training aids, online golf lessons, an active forum with nearly 5000 members, club fittings, and an online video community.  Quinton has authored two books:  The Rotary Swing golf instruction book that has sold thousands of copies worldwide, and the Rotary Swing Tour Instructor Certification Manual – Level 1.  He has also produced the instructional DVD series Swing Plane Made Simple and Short Game Made Simple.  More recently, Quinton founded the Rotary Swing Golf Academy at Sugarloaf Mountain near Orlando, Florida, and became the Teaching Professional at Castle Pines Golf Club in Colorado.

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RotarySwing.com’s iPhone Golf Instruction Capability Offers Affordable Alternative to In-person Golf Lessons, Allowing Golfers to Watch Online Golf Videos While Practicing

Golfers now have an inexpensive alternative to in-person golf lessons via RotarySwing.com’s new iPhone golf instruction feature, allowing golf instruction video playback on the practice tee.

Golfers now have an inexpensive alternative to in-person golf lessons via RotarySwing.com’s new iPhone golf instruction feature, allowing golf instruction video playback on the practice tee.

April 15, 2010 | Windermere, Florida  — On April 4 Rotary Swing Golf announced that more than 60 Rotary Swing Tour (RST) golf instruction videos on their RotarySwing.com website will be available for viewing on Apple’s iPhone, iPod Touch, and the new iPad.  Both Free and Premium Members can enjoy this functionality, which was designed in response to member feedback.

The new functionality required some significant programming changes but greatly improves membership value for many of the site’s members, according to Rotary Swing Golf Founder Chuck Quinton.

“We’ve been getting lots of feedback from members who have been replacing in-person golf lessons from local teaching professionals with our video golf instruction,” Quinton said.  “We’ve actually grown in this tough economy, in part because of the tremendous value we offer.  For the cost of a one hour in-person golf lesson, you can access several hours of instruction on our website for three months, six months, even a year or longer, depending on the instructor’s rates.”

According to Quinton, providing members the ability to take their favorite RotarySwing.com golf instruction videos anywhere represents the natural next step in the evolution of this process.

“Though we recently started certifying instructors to teach our Rotary Swing Tour model, we don’t have instructors in every major city…yet,” Quinton said.  “The ability for students to use our iPhone golf instruction feature at their practice facilities is a major advancement in bridging that gap.”

Quinton feels that his approach to golf instruction meshes well with technological advances in golf.  In fact, he’s certain that part of his competitive advantage stems from the application of technology–like the force plates, launch monitors and high speed cameras that litter his teaching studio–to his teaching methods and research.

“My golf instruction is 100 percent based on scientific facts proven through research,” Quinton said.  “I will always look to incorporate any technology that helps me uncover more golf swing facts or deliver those facts to my students.”

For more information about RotarySwing.com’s iPod Touch, iPad, and iPhone golf instruction capability, visit www.rotaryswing.com/iphone.php.

Free and Premium Membership details are also available on that webpage.

About Rotary Swing Golf

Rotary Swing Golf, LLC was founded in 2006 by golf professional Chuck Quinton and is one of the world’s leading providers of subscription-based online golf instruction via www.RotarySwing.com, www.OnePlaneGolfSwing.com and www.RotaryGolfSwing.com.  These websites offer more than 180 instructional videos, totaling 19 hours of content, much of it available in high definition and on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.  In addition, Rotary Swing Golf’s websites offer a podcast, golf training aids, online golf lessons, an active forum with nearly 5000 members, club fittings and an online video community.  Quinton has authored two books:  The Rotary Swing golf instruction book that has sold thousands of copies worldwide, and the Rotary Swing Tour Instructor Certification Manual – Level 1.  He has also produced the instructional DVD series Swing Plane Made Simple and Short Game Made Simple.  More recently, Quinton founded the Rotary Swing Golf Academy at Sugarloaf Mountain near Orlando, Florida, and became the Teaching Professional at Castle Pines Golf Club in Colorado.

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Olympics Serve as Reminder Why New RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction Book Long Overdue for Instructors, Golfers

Endeavoring to shift golf instruction away from contradictions plaguing the industry and toward the Olympic model of technique convergence, RotarySwing.com’s new book unveils the most efficient swing humanly possible.

Endeavoring to shift golf instruction away from contradictions plaguing the industry and toward the Olympic model of technique convergence, RotarySwing.com’s new book unveils the most efficient swing humanly possible.

Windermere, FL (PRWEB) February 26, 2010 – Last week, Chuck Quinton, founder of Rotary Swing Golf and RotarySwing.com, unveiled the much anticipated Rotary Swing Tour (RST)  Level 1 Certification Manual for purchase by golf instructors and students alike.  RST Certification aims to move golf instruction away from opinions, personal preference and interpretation of Tour pro swings and toward the Olympic training model, the basis of which is scientific research and facts about how the human body moves safely and most efficiently.

Click image to read excerpts from the RST Instructor Certification Manual - Level 1
Click image to read excerpts from the RST Instructor Certification Manual - Level 1

Quinton is surprised the golf instruction industry continues chasing the latest fad or favorite swings of each era, somehow avoiding the evolution experienced in most Olympic sports.  In speed skating, ski jumping and high jump (to name but three), all competitors’ techniques are essentially the same thanks to research uncovering the most efficient body movements necessary for success.

Perhaps this absence of evolution in golf instruction explains why handicaps have hardly changed the past few decades, despite unprecedented advancements in technology.

“The lack of handicap improvement is an indictment of our industry,” said Quinton.  “A paradigm shift was needed in golf instruction.  We didn’t care what Tour pros did.  Ideal models aren’t based on popularity; they are objective and based on facts about science, the body and the brain.”

This 140-plus page golf instructor certification manual is the culmination of his research.  It offers a foundation in disciplines such as physics, anatomy, biomechanics and physiology to help ensure golf instructors no longer struggle to answer students’ tough questions like “Why am I doing this?” and “How exactly do I get into that position?”

“Many golfers are told they can’t make a full shoulder turn due to a lack of flexibility,” said Quinton.  “They’re victims of bad information.  I’ve never had a student who couldn’t make a full 90 degree turn after I teach them how to use the muscles truly responsible for rotating the body.  Understanding some basic anatomy and biomechanics is the key to helping golfers improve and avoid injury.”

And although the term “golf biomechanics” has been bandied about for several years now, RST redefines the category.

“Most golf biomechanics data comes from top players’ swings,” said Quinton.  “Unfortunately, all of these players are flawed, some significantly so. Statistics show that over 80% of professional golfers will miss 8 weeks of competitive play due to injury during their careers. The vast majority of these injuries could easily be avoided.”

Quinton pointed out that a number of pros in the 1970s had huge hip slides in their swings and played great golf.  Now, they are lining up for hip replacements.

“Basing your swing on Tour pros can be hazardous to your health!” said Quinton.  “Science, not your favorite Tour player, should dictate your swing model.”

The RST model meets this tough standard and receives support from Dr. Jeff Broker, former Senior Biomechanist for the U.S. Olympic Committee and current member of the Rotary Swing Golf Medical Panel.

“It’s based on sound biomechanics….It’s a very simple model, yet it’s powerful,” said Dr. Broker.

Importantly, the RST Instructor Certification Manual doesn’t just stop with the swing model.  It supplies an introduction to research about how the brain learns complex movement patterns–like the golf swing–and how instructors must use this information to maximize students’ practice time and effect real change.

For more information about RST Certification, visit http://www.rotaryswing.com/rst-certification/.

The RST Certification Manual can be purchased as an eBook ($29.95) or a paperback ($49.95).  Click here for details:  http://www.rotaryswing.com/golf-training-aids/rotary_swing_tour_certification_manual-level_1.

About Rotary Swing Golf

Rotary Swing Golf, LLC was founded in 2006 by golf professional Chuck Quinton and is one of the world’s leading providers of subscription-based online golf instruction via www.RotarySwing.com, www.OnePlaneGolfSwing.com and www.RotaryGolfSwing.com.  These websites offer more than 180 instructional videos, totaling 19 hours of content, much of it available in high definition.  In addition, Rotary Swing Golf’s websites offer golf training aids, online golf lessons, an active forum with nearly 5000 members, club fittings and an online video community.  Quinton has authored The Rotary Swing golf instruction book that has sold thousands of copies worldwide as well as the instructional DVD series Swing Plane Made Simple and Short Game Made Simple.  More recently, Quinton founded the Rotary Swing Golf Academy at Sugarloaf Mountain near Orlando, Florida and became the Teaching Professional at Castle Pines Golf Club in Colorado.

For more information, contact Rotary Swing Golf Business Manager Josh Eaton at 734-306-1607.

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RotarySwing.com Revolutionizing Online Golf Instruction

RotarySwing.com is changing the face of golf instruction by simplifying the way the swing is taught. No longer relying on complicated backswing positions that can take the average golfer years to learn, the Rotary Swing makes it easy for ANY golfer to improve and enjoy the game. Golfers can learn the Rotary Swing online through online golf instruction with a former professional golfer!

RotarySwing.com is changing the face of golf instruction by simplifying the way the swing is taught. No longer relying on complicated backswing positions that can take the average golfer years to learn, the Rotary Swing makes it easy for ANY golfer to improve and enjoy the game. Golfers can learn the Rotary Swing online through online golf instruction with a former professional golfer!

Windermere, FL (PRWEB) April 22, 2008 — Through the use of its proprietary golf swing and online instruction technique, RotarySwing.com is quickly changing the golf instruction landscape. The Rotary Swing is the simplest way to learn to swing a golf club and with the new online golf instruction program, golfers can submit their videos online and receive a “movie” back of their online golf lesson from a former professional golfer on the Nationwide Tour. Currently, RotarySwing.com is offering a discount on these online golf lessons for only $49.

Chuck Quinton, founder of the Rotary Swing technique and golf instructor in Windermere, FL, has helped thousands of golfers shave their handicaps by learning his simple swing technique. “So many golfers come to me in desparation, frustrated with the current state of their games. Golf instruction in the past has failed them because it was too complex and difficult to learn given their limited practice time. I’ve simplified the golf swing into simple Rotary Swing fundamentals that can be learned in less than 15 minutes so that even the busy professional with limited time to practice can improve after online one lesson,” Quinton says.

Quinton’s results have been impressive to say the least, with members of his golf instruction website shaving over 10 strokes off their handicaps in as little as 2 months. And his work on the professional tours has been equally impressive with one of his students, Paul Dickinson, leading three rounds of a 2007 Nationwide Tour event. Now, Paul is Quinton’s lead instructor and performs all the online golf lessons. “Adding Paul to the team was a strategic move to ensure we could handle all the new students who are coming to the Rotary Swing and provide them with world class golf instruction. Paul has now done hundreds of online lessons via our website and we couldn’t be happier with the results,” said Quinton.

Simplify your golf swing today and enjoy your best ball striking ever by learning the very simple technique of the Rotary Golf Swing. If you are tired of struggling with your golf swing and want to simplify your technique, visit the home of the Simple Golf Swing –http://www.RotarySwing.com

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