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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.

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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This release went out via PRWeb.com on 8/6/2010.  You can find the PRWeb version here.

 
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Learn How I’m Fixing My Top of Backswing Position with Proper Practice…

By Sam Jarman, RST Certified Instructor – Level 1

I’ve been working hard on my own game over the past few weeks, especially my posture and top of backswing position.  I played poorly in the National Assistants at East Sussex National a few weeks ago and that gave me a real kick up the backside as I felt I was playing well going into the tournament.  It proves that although on my good days I can play some really good stuff, my ball striking is still too inconsistent, especially in tough conditions as was the case at East Sussex in the first round.  Despite some decent driving, I just wasn’t controlling my golf ball well enough with my irons.

I put myself on video when I got back and there were some things I really didn’t like.  My posture was sloppy, I wasn’t loading into my right glute and right heel in the backswing, my right arm was loose and away from my body at the top of backswing position, my transition was weak and I was sliding rather than turning in the downswing.   All of which was leading to big pulls with my irons, and weak cuts with my driver.

There are two videos here which show the issues.

My first point of call was my posture.  I made sure I was sat back into my glutes and that my weight was going down through my ankles. I then set to work on my backswing movements and top of backswing position.  I have always had a problem sliding my hips to the right and getting onto the ball and the outside of my right foot.  It’s much better than it used to be before I started working on the Rotary swing stuff, but it still creeps back in.

The main point I want to stress in this piece is that I didn’t hit that many golf balls when I was working on this. One of the main conclusions I have come to is that a golf ball is a very poor feedback device when it comes to gaining information as to whether you have made a good movement or not.  You can hit a pretty decent golf shot with a not very good golf swing, and you can shank it with a move that is very close to perfect.

You can draw a couple of conclusions from this.  This first might be that if that is the case, why work on the swing at all?  Work on your short game and putting and accept the bad shots and learn to recover from them.  It seems to work pretty well for Phil Mickelson.  I actually think this is a great plan for most amateur golfers, except for the fact that very few people want to learn about and work hard on their short game.  Everyone I talk to wants to hit long, straight golf shots and to look good doing it.

This brings us to the second option; which is to work on the movement of the golf swing in a time and energy efficient way.  To cram as much learning into as short a time as possible, and to make that learning as durable as possible.  I promise you hitting golf balls is not the best way to learn the golf swing. Hitting balls is useful to see what the results of the change in movement pattern might be, but it is nigh on impossible to actually make the changes while worrying about where the ball has gone.

Most of my time was spent without a club and a ball, in front of two mirrors, one in front and one down the line, making small movements, chunking the movements down, chaining them back up until I could feel and, crucially, see in the mirrors exactly which parts of my body were doing what. Once I could feel it, I picked up a club and went over the process again, watching the effect that small changes in body position would have on the relative positions of the shaft and the clubface.

A real breakthrough was the understanding of the way the weight shift in the backswing affects the right arm.

As I wrote on the Forum; “I have always had trouble getting  the right arm under the club at the top of the backswing; I tend to get it loose and behind me.  I get over the top in the downswing and hit cuts with the driver and pulls with the irons.  Not pretty.

“Anyway, long story short, I had gotten a bit sloppy with my posture, and also was getting slightly onto the ball of my right foot, and not loaded into my right glute in the backswing.  Worked all day Friday on Move 1 weight shift and getting really planted onto the heel and into the glute.  Put myself on video on Sunday and the difference was very noticeable.  For the first time (ever?) I’m keeping the right arm in front of me and getting it under the club.

“Just thought I’d share this as I know a lot of people are struggling with the top of the backswing position, and maybe focusing on the right arm and shoulder elevation.  I thought it might be a lack of flexibility that was causing the problem.  As soon as I got the right heel in the ground and into the glute, the right arm just started behaving itself with no effort at all.  So if you are struggling with Move 2, go back and make sure you have Move 1 nailed down first.  For me, Move 2 is more of a result of a good Move 1 than a move on its own.”

The key point for me is that if I hadn’t been using the mirrors, I wouldn’t have spotted this. It was so obvious. At the top of the backswing it works this way:  Weight on the heel and in the glute, right arm in a good position.  Weight on the ball of the foot, right arm wings out and gets behind me.  Instant feedback.

For years I have been working on keeping the right arm tucked in.  I could have written a novel in the time I have spent hitting balls with a bloody glove in my right armpit.  What happens when the glove comes out?  The right arm flies away, because the problem isn’t the right arm, it’s the way the torso is moving over the hips.

Here is a video with my backswing starting to look somewhere near where I want it.  Next step is Move 3, the transition.

To learn more about Sam or contact him for lessons, check out his Certified Instructor bio and his golf instruction website.

 
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The Most Worthless Criterion for Making U.S. Ryder Cup Selections

By Josh Eaton, Rotary Swing Golf Business ManagerWhat's Eating at Eaton in Golf? Blog

Here I sit.  Irritated by so-called golf experts.  What a surprise.

You would have thought golf writers, TV commentators, and more fans would have paid attention during the last edition of the Ryder Cup.  I mean, American victories are so rare (especially blowouts), people are bound to notice them, right?

Wrong.

With U.S. Captain Corey Pavin set to announce his four at-large Ryder Cup selections tomorrow, a slew of writers, commentators, and fans continue extolling the virtues of having prior Ryder Cup experience.

Why?

The American team won in 2008 with six rookies.  Half the team had never been in what Jason Sobel of ESPN.com calls the “Ryder Cup pressure cooker.”

He must be shocked those newbies survived, much less won.

Before the event, I was personally thrilled that the 2008 team had so much new blood and rid itself of quite a bit of dead weight from the prior few matches, including stalwarts like Davis Love III (44% point percentage), Couples (45%), Tiger Woods (44%), David Toms (42%), Chris DiMarco (29%), Paul Azinger (43%), Mark Calcavecchia (46%), and David Duval (33%).  Plenty of others disagreed with my opinion, calling for Azinger to pick fading stars like Love III and Couples to offset the dangerous inexperience of many on the team.

But why would any captain look to pick a guy with “experience” when the present Americans’ experiences have been putrid the past couple of decades?

I’d rather have someone unproven in the Ryder Cup than someone who has, time and again, proven they can lose.

I like having some hope.  Is that so wrong?

What is experience supposed to provide anyway?  They don’t play the same course each time.  These guys have all played thousands of rounds before.  I can’t imagine any of them not having a fair amount of match play experience somewhere along the way.

The only argument I consistently hear is that the experience will help with the pressure.

That must be it.  Because these guys—24 of the best players on the planet—have never really faced much pressure on the course, right?

Peter Kostis said before the ’08 Ryder Cup that rookies lack “major-league experience.”

What?

We’re not talking about college players, Nationwide players, or even lower level PGA guys here.  We’re talking about guys who are consistently on the leaderboard on Sundays, both in regular Tour stops and major tourneys.  How else do you climb high enough in the rankings to be named to a Cup team?

Plus, isn’t there a consensus that the U.S. players care more about majors and individual accomplishments anyway?  If that’s true, it seems to be a contradiction to think that they will feel more pressure at the Ryder Cup than when in contention for an individual trophy.

Finally, consider this: Tiger Woods has been in as many pressure situations as anyone playing the game today, and he had tremendous success in match play before joining the Tour (and pretty good success in individual match play events since).

Yet, he has a less than stellar record in the Ryder Cup.  If that much experience doesn’t help (arguably) the best player ever to enjoy more Cup success, why do we spend any time at all lauding experience unless it is good experience?

We shouldn’t.

Now, if we can just get Pavin to think that way and avoid a guy like Stewart Cink* (40% point percentage), who one writer thinks would bring “seasoning” to the young squad.  (Would that seasoning go well with whatever’s in Sobel’s pressure cooker?)

That same writer (Ron Green Jr. of the Charlotte Observer) and a few other “experts” recommend Couples as well.  I like Couples as much as the next guy, but guys, seriously, it’s time to move on.

According to Green Jr., “what Freddie brings goes beyond his golf, which has been outstanding this year. He brings camaraderie. He brings that Freddie vibe.”  Ugh, enough with the man-crush!  What he brings are a poor personal record and a history of team losses.  How could picking Couples possibly be better than giving a hungry young guy a chance?

Let’s just hope that Pavin follows in the footsteps of his predecessor, Paul Azinger, who said this before the last Ryder Cup:

I’ve said this all along, that to me, experience is important but it is also overrated. I mean, experience now, anyone who has played Ryder Cup in the last six Ryder Cups has experience getting their (butt) beat. So, I mean, I’m not looking for experience.

Amen.

* I’d also recommend not taking Tiger except that Rory McIlroy called him out a couple of weeks ago.  If you’ve forgotten what happened when Stephen Ames provoked Tiger before the World Match Play Championship in 2006, check this out: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/02/22/AR2006022202739.html.

Note that individual player records were obtained here:  http://www.rydercup.com/2010/usa/history/us_player_records.cfm

 
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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.

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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This release went out via PRWeb.com on 8/25/2010.  You can find the PRWeb version here.

 
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Where in the world is CQ?

Hey guys, summer is sadly on the other side of the hill now for most of you as we near mid-August and I’ve been getting a lot of emails about what the heck I’m doing this summer and where’s the Christina Project? Don’t worry, it will be up and running soon, but you can blame the delay on me. I decided to spend my summer doing things I missed, hiking, climbing, biking, snowboarding, etc. in the mountains of Colorado. It’s been a major refresher for me and allowed me to charge my batteries for a very busy upcoming winter as we plan to do more clinics than we ever have as demand has exceeded the number of clinics I’ve done in the past.

With regards to demand, I want to personally thank you, the members, for referring so many of your friends to the Rotary Swing. In the past year, the website membership has more than doubled and demand for the Rotary Swing Tour swing model both online and in person lessons and clinics has been incredible, so thanks!

This winter will be a big one for those following RST as we continue to unveil more of the research we’ve done with TaylorMade Performance Labs and do new research to show you exactly how to build the safest and most efficient golf swing possible. But not before I sneak in one more mountain bike race! For those who have asked, that’s primarily what I have been doing this summer. I got my first downhill mountain bike 7 weeks ago and won my first downhill race today at Keystone. Obviously, to get a win after riding for only 7 weeks means that I’ve been riding – A LOT! And that’s where most of my time has gone. I decided that I wanted to do this, fell in love with it and am riding 3-4 days per week in the mountains. Here’s a pic of me on the podium from my race today (PS if you want to see video of me riding, go here: mountain bike videos):

Chuck Quinton 1st Place

Chuck Quinton 1st Place

Taking a break from golf has been very healthy for me and I look forward to coming back to Florida in October and starting up full swing again!

PS Tiger, you might consider a break too!

 
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Chuck Quinton Praises FlightScope Support Team

In addition to relying on his FlightScope Prime for club fittings and as an instruction tool, Chuck Quinton knows he can rely on the FlightScope support team as well:

“The FlightScope team has been unbelievably supportive through bugs, upgrades and just in helping learn all the new features of the software. Anytime I’ve had a problem I’ve been able to contact (a FlightScope Support Technician) and he’d come out to the course or even to my house after business hours just to make sure I was taken care of and happy with the product. You won’t find a better support team out there.”

This quote appeared in a press release that can be read in full here.

Learn more about FlightScope by visiting their website:  http://flightscope.com/.

-Josh Eaton, Business Manager

 
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Rotary Swing Tour Certification Manual Review – 5 Stars

The word is in, the Rotary Swing Tour Certification Manual, my second book, has gotten rave reviews. Everyone has been very pleased with the book and it is now starting to be reviewed on Amazon.com at Rotary Swing Certification Manual Review

Add your review of RST Certification Manual by visiting Amazon.com today!

 
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FlightScope Prime – Not Just for Driver Fittings Anymore

FlightScope has come a long way in the development of their launch monitor that we use here for our fittings at the Rotary Swing Golf Academy. Now, it has become an invaluable instruction tool that I am currently using to optimize my swing for ideal launch conditions here in Colorado where I spend the summer. No longer are you guessing when your path or plane is optimal or worse yet, working on something that’s not broken in your swing. For instance, as you’ll see, with my driver my path tends to be too far in to out. My tendency is to hit a push draw and miss with a big block and the occasional shot that looks like a dead pull – which would indicate an out to in path with the naked eye. However, using the new wireless FlightScope Prime today at the range, never once was my path out to in, even though I hit a few shots that would easily fool you into thinking that I did. These shots started just left of my line and drew further to the left. The reality is that this was all due to clubface angle at impact.

Let’s take a closer look at this data and see just how incredibly efficient working on your swing can be using the FlightScope Prime.

Chuck Quinton Driver and Swing Parameters

Chuck Quinton Driver and Swing Parameters

Starting in the top left corner, we can see that my clubface angle was 4.4 closed in relation to my swing path which was 3.9* in to out at impact. However, you can see that this created a ball that started out at 0.0*, or dead on my intended target line. The next box over to the right shows the Horizontal swing plane at the bottom of my swing arc of 5.3* in to out. In other words, at the moment my club is traveling level to the ground, I’m swinging in to out 5.3*. This is something that I’m working hard to correct to get closer to 0 degrees, but right now I average 6.6*.

In the bottom left box, we can see Dynamic Loft – or the effective loft you had at impact due to clubface loft, shaft flexing and where you strike the ball on the face. The dynamic loft of 11.9* is due to my using an 8.5* Nakashima Htec 460 head with the Matrix TP6HD XX flex shaft. My path is slightly positive at 2.1* which is quite ideal for me, however my launch angle on this particular shot was 9.2*, or LESS  than the dynamic loft. This is due to the ball compressing on the face (these shots were with Callaway range balls) as well as a matter I’ll discuss in the next section. I have seen that premium balls tend to launch even lower than this in relation to the Dynamic Loft due to the fact that they tend to compress more.

Lastly is the Vertical Swing Plane. This is the angle of the Swing Plane at impact. This is too upright for me and is creating the excessive in to out path. By bringing this down closer to 50* or less will allow me to bring my path closer to 0. Also in this box are the total spin numbers of 3266 rpms and the Ball Spin Axis of positive 4.6*. This high spin rate and low launch angle makes it very clear what happened here – I hit this ball low on the face. The Ball Spin Axis of 4.6 degrees means that this ball was spinning on axis tilted to the right that created the slight fade that I hit on this shot. Now, if you’ve been following along closely, you should be wondering how on earth did a ball that was hit with a 4.4* shut face on an into out path start on line and this FADE??? Conventional wisdom would say that this should be a pull draw and you’d be correct in assuming that. However, we’ve failed to consider one last ultra vital component that will now glue all the pieces of the puzzle together for this complex set of parameters – where was the ball struck on the face?

That answer is that this shot was struck on the heel – and low on the heel. You see, according to David Nel, one of the experts at FlightScope, missing the sweetspot on the driver by as little as 1/2″ inch can tilt the Spin Axis as much as 20* creating a shot that will go wildly off line even if the path and face angle are dead square!!! Sort of makes you wonder how we ever hit the ball straight?

Needless to say, this type of information is simply incredibly useful not just for fitting you in the best driver we can, but also for helping build your swing into an efficient ball striking machine! For more information on FlightScope Prime, visit www.FlightScope.com and for information about being fitted by me at the RSGA, visit here for FlightScope Launch Monitor fittings.

 
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Golfers Wanting Denver Golf Lessons Will Learn Proper Biomechanics from a Teacher that Completed Rotary Swing Golf Instructor Training

Roger Alvarado, who provides Denver golf lessons, has passed the first Rotary Swing Tour (RST) Golf Instructor Training course and teaches the safest, most efficient swing humanly possible.

May 6, 2010 | Denver, Colorado — Roger Alvarado became the fifth instructor to pass the Level 1 RST Golf Instructor Training exam on April 24, 2010, and is now RST Certified.  Alvarado, based just outside of Denver in Lakewood, is the first person in Colorado to complete the initial phase of RotarySwing.com’s golf instructor certification program.

In 35 years of golfing experience, he has “studied Hogan, Nicklaus, Palmer, Player, Trevino, Beard, Faldo and many others as well as prominent instructors such as Toski, Leadbetter, Harman and Smith to name a few.”  But he is certain the Rotary Swing Tour method stands above them all.

“This teaching method is presented in the most clear and detailed manner by breaking down each phase of the golf swing to its most basic and fundamental elements and supported with the ‘Why’ that is based on sound, proven laws of medical and physical science,” Alvarado wrote in his bio on RotarySwing.com. “This allows for the most efficient and safe means of swinging to generate the optimum power and to prevent injury.”

Alvarado joins two other instructors in the United States and two more internationally who have been certified in the ten weeks since the program’s inception.  The speed at which Rotary Swing Golf Certification is spreading across the globe is not surprising to the company’s founder, Chuck Quinton.

“The bulk of our business originates from our strong web presence at RotarySwing.com, which doesn’t limit us to any geographic region,” said Quinton.  ”Combine that with an online golf instructor training process for our level one certification that meets instructors’ needs for affordability and convenience, and I expect to see RST Certified Instructors everywhere golf is played!”

Quinton indicated that the golf instructor training program has received significant interest since it launched in February 2010 and is excited about the opportunities ahead for his business as well as for the RST Certified Instructors.

“The RST golf instructor training promises to be a great vehicle for growth, not just for RotarySwing.com, but also for instructors teaching our methods,” said Quinton.  “The mutually beneficial nature of our certification program promises to drive its success.”

In addition to providing objective, scientific facts about golf instruction and the swing to improve golf coaching techniques, Rotary Swing Golf offers Certified Instructors promotional benefits to boost their revenues.  These golf instructors realize significant visibility through listings on the heavily trafficked RotarySwing.com, inclusion in weekly email newsletters to thousands of golfers, and postings on social media like Facebook and RotarySwing.com’s Golf Forums and Golf Instruction Blog.

“Not many golf instructors have websites that pull in thousands of visitors each day,” Quinton said.  “We can help them get their names out to potential students without spending a boatload on web design, search engine optimization, and online advertising.”

Ultimately, though, an instructor’s success comes down to the quality of golf instruction provided, and Quinton went to great lengths to ensure only the most knowledgeable golf instructors will earn certification.

According to the RST Golf Instructor Certification Overview page on RotarySwing.com, “The information that must be learned just to pass Level 1 requires on average 100 hours of study on swing mechanics, physics, anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and more.”  The website indicates that these fields represent “many disciplines typical golf instructor training neglects.”

For more information about RST Golf Instructor Training, visit www.RotarySwing.com/rst-certification.

A link to the RST Certified Instructor listings, where Roger Alvarado’s bio and contact information for scheduling Denver golf lessons can be found, is also available on that page.

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 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, 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 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.

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.

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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Golfers Looking for Memphis Golf Lessons Have Gained a New Rotary Swing Tour Instructor Who Teaches Proper Golf Swing Biomechanics

Bill Burke, who provides golf lessons in Memphis, joins the growing list of Rotary Swing Tour (RST) Certified Instructors who teach the safest, most efficient swing humanly possible.

April 12, 2010 | Memphis, Tennessee — Bill Burke became the fourth instructor to pass the Level 1 RST Golf Instructor Certification exam on April 10, 2010.  Burke, based in Memphis, Tennessee, has been teaching golf for the past two years and is the first person in Tennessee to complete the initial phase of RotarySwing.com’s golf instructor training program.

Golfers can expect an enthusiastic instructor that looks forward to providing the first RST golf lessons in Memphis. Golf lessons based on RST principles require students to perform numerous drills to ensure they are moving their bodies correctly.

“I absolutely love this crazy game of golf, and I am passionate about teaching the Rotary Swing fundamentals!” Burke exclaims in his RotarySwing.com bio.  ”For the first time, there is an instructional method based on the proper biomechanics of the golf swing.  No gimmicks or band-aid fixes are involved.”

Burke joins one other instructor in the United States and two more internationally who have been certified in the seven weeks since the program’s inception.  The speed at which Rotary Swing Golf Certification is spreading across the globe is not surprising to the company’s founder, Chuck Quinton.

“The bulk of our business originates from our strong web presence at RotarySwing.com, which doesn’t limit us to any geographic region,” said Quinton.  ”Combine that with an online golf certification process for our level one training that meets instructors’ needs for affordability and convenience, and I expect to see RST Certified Instructors everywhere golf is played!”

Quinton indicated that the golf certification program has received significant interest since it launched in February 2010 and is excited about the opportunities ahead for his business as well as for the RST Certified Instructors.

“The RST golf instructor training promises to be a great vehicle for growth, not just for RotarySwing.com, but also for instructors teaching our methods,” said Quinton.  “The mutually beneficial nature of our certification program promises to drive its success.”

In addition to providing objective, scientific facts about golf instruction and the swing to improve golf coaching techniques, Rotary Swing Golf offers Certified Instructors promotional benefits to boost their revenues.  These golf instructors realize significant visibility through listings on the heavily trafficked RotarySwing.com, inclusion in weekly email newsletters to thousands of golfers, and postings on social media like Facebook and RotarySwing.com’s Golf Forums and Golf Instruction Blog.

“Not many golf instructors have websites that pull in thousands of visitors each day,” Quinton said.  “We can help them get their names out to potential students without spending a boatload on web design, search engine optimization, and online advertising.”

Ultimately, though, an instructor’s success comes down to the quality of golf instruction provided, and Quinton went to great lengths to ensure only the most knowledgeable golf instructors will earn certification.

According to the RST Golf Instructor Certification Overview page on RotarySwing.com, “The information that must be learned just to pass Level 1 requires on average 100 hours of study on swing mechanics, physics, anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and more.”  The website indicates that these fields represent “many disciplines typical golf instructor training neglects.”

For more information about RST Golf Instructor Certification, visit www.RotarySwing.com/rst-certification.

A link to the RST Certified Instructor listings, where Bill Burke’s bio can be found, is also available on that page.

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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Rotary Swing Golf Certification Produces First Certified Instructor in Texas

The Rotary Swing Tour (RST) Golf Instructor Certification process continues to improve the knowledge, skills, and visibility of golf instructors across the globe.

San Antonio, Texas — Jeff Leach became the third instructor to pass the Level 1 RST Golf Instructor Certification exam on March 14, 2010.  Leach, based in San Antonio, has been teaching golf for more than a decade and is the first person in Texas to complete the initial phase of RotarySwing.com’s golf instructor training program.

The speed at which Rotary Swing Golf Certification is spreading across the country is not surprising to the company’s founder, Chuck Quinton.

“The bulk of our business originates from our strong web presence at RotarySwing.com, which doesn’t limit us to any geographic region,” said Quinton.  ”Combine that with an online golf certification process for our level one training that meets instructors’ needs for affordability and convenience, and I expect to see RST Certified Instructors everywhere golf is played!”

Quinton indicated that the golf certification program has received significant interest since it launched in February 2010 and is excited about the opportunities ahead for his business as well as for the RST Certified Instructors.

“The RST golf instructor training promises to be a great vehicle for growth, not just for RotarySwing.com, but also for instructors teaching our methods,” said Quinton.  “The mutually beneficial nature of our certification program promises to drive its success.”

In addition to providing objective, scientific facts about golf instruction and the swing to improve golf coaching techniques, Rotary Swing Golf offers Certified Instructors promotional benefits to boost their revenues.  These golf instructors realize significant visibility through listings on the heavily trafficked RotarySwing.com, inclusion in weekly email newsletters to thousands of golfers, and postings on social media like Facebook and RotarySwing.com’s Golf Forums and Golf Instruction Blog.

“Not many golf instructors have websites that pull in thousands of visitors each day,” Quinton said.  “We can help them get their names out to potential students without spending a boatload on web design, search engine optimization, and online advertising.”

Ultimately, though, an instructor’s success comes down to the quality of golf instruction provided, and Quinton went to great lengths to ensure only the most knowledgeable golf instructors will earn certification.

According to the RST Golf Instructor Certification Overview page on RotarySwing.com, “The information that must be learned just to pass Level 1 requires on average 100 hours of study on swing mechanics, physics, anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and more.”  The website indicates that these fields represent “many disciplines typical golf instructor training neglects.”

For more information about RST Golf Instructor Certification, visit www.RotarySwing.com/rst-certification.

A link to the RST Certified Instructor listings, where Jeff Leach’s bio can be found, is also available on that page.

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 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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Haney Project with Ray Romano – Episode 3

START HERE: “Creating Lag in the Downswing Secret” Video

The opening of Episode 3 starts out with Ray not expressing confidence in his work with Hank Haney so far and he goes on to say that he’ll be very happy if they actually achieve their goal of Romano breaking 80. Clearly not feeling like he’s going to hit a homerun, he had a friend film his swing where he noticed his right hip shifting too far to the right during the backswing and that he has no idea how to fix it (an easy fix for any RST instructor). Offering his thoughts to Haney, Hank comes off somewhat offended and says that “the students sometimes feel the need to help the instructor.” I can tell you this, the only time a student would do that is if they didn’t have faith that the instructor would be able to fix the problem without his help. A desperate picture is being painted in the first 2 minutes of Episode 3.
Four minutes into the show, Haney is actually giving Romano attitude regarding Ray’s mentioning of the three things he felt he needed to work on in his swing. Why give the client attitude? Rather, why not explain to the student the reason he does or does not need to worry about those aspects of his swing at the moment and then explain to him the pathway of how he’s going to get from A to B. You do have a pathway, right Hank? Maybe you should consider letting the student in on the road map so he feels a little more comfortable leaving his swing in your hands.
As they went out to play on the course, Ray was clearly frustrated, dropping the “F-Bomb” while hitting multiple tee shots on a par 3 that he topped. But, unlike Haney’s work with Barkley, Romano did start to show some progress and hit a couple good shots with a swing that was getting more on plane at the top. There was also some progress in his swing on the range earlier in the show and if Haney gets his swing to be less armsy and more controlled by his turn, he can easily get into an ideal position at the top of the swing in 5 minutes. But, given that it’s taken this long to get where they are and Haney’s statements about how he doesn’t care about what the body does in the swing, this seems pretty dooming for Romano achieving his goals. With that sloppy arms swing, he’ll never be a consistent golfer.

When Romano ends this series with Haney, I hope, for BOTH their sakes, he can demonstrate DRASTIC improvement in his swing. Putting in that many hours and getting no where is UNACCEPTABLE and an embarrassment to golf instruction. Hank, tell Ray to put the club down and teach him HOW to move his body so the club goes where it needs to. Keep teaching him to try and manipulate the club all over the place and ignore how the brain learns new movement patterns and the muscles that need to fire to get him to do what you want, and there won’t be a third season of the Haney Project…

To prove that it can easily be done when you know what you’re doing, here’s a one hour lesson I gave yesterday with a 79 year old golfer – just to prove that you CAN teach an old dog new tricks:

takeaway-improvement

After working with the golfer for 30 minutes teaching him HOW to move, not just where to put the club, there’s a dramatic improvement in his takeaway.

halfway-back-improvement

Halfway back, there’s no comparison. The image on the right is as good as Tiger Woods and absurdly better than where he started just 30 minutes before!

top-improvement

When he gets to the top of his swing, there is no comparison. Put this guy on the super senior tour! All of this can happen in an hour long lesson with me because I teach my students how to create new movement patterns the way the brain ACTUALLY LEARNS new movement patterns. Learn more in my Level 1 RST Certified Instructors Manual and you to can improve your golf swing like this.

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Rotary Swing Golf Instructor Certification Program Makes Splash Globally, Welcomes New Certified Instructor from Croatia

The Rotary Swing Tour (RST) Certification process continues to improve the knowledge, skills, and visibility of golf instructors across the globe.

Pirovac, Croatia — Last week, Neven Meic became the second to pass the Level 1 RST Certification exam.  Meic, based in Pirovac, Croatia, has the honor of being the first person outside the United States to complete the initial phase of RotarySwing.com’s golf instructor training program.

The speed at which RST Certification spread to other countries is not surprising to Rotary Swing Golf Founder Chuck Quinton.

“The bulk of our business originates from our strong web presence at RotarySwing.com, and our popularity internationally is on the rise,” said Quinton.  ”Combine that with an online golf certification process for our level one training that meets instructors’ needs for affordability and convenience, and I expect to see RST Certified Instructors everywhere golf is played!”

Quinton indicated that the golf certification program has received significant interest since it launched in February 2010 and is excited about the opportunities ahead for his business as well as for the RST Certified Instructors.

“The RST golf instructor training promises to be a great vehicle for growth, not just for RotarySwing.com, but also for instructors teaching our methods,” said Quinton.  “The mutually beneficial nature of our certification program promises to drive its success.”

In addition to providing objective, scientific facts about golf instruction and the swing to improve golf coaching techniques, Rotary Swing Golf offers Certified Instructors promotional benefits to boost their revenues.  These golf instructors realize significant visibility through listings on the heavily trafficked RotarySwing.com, inclusion in weekly email newsletters to thousands of golfers, and postings on social media like Facebook and RotarySwing.com’s Golf Forums and Golf Instruction Blog.

“Not many golf instructors have websites that pull in thousands of visitors each day,” Quinton said.  “We can help them get their names out to potential students without spending a boatload on web design, search engine optimization, and online advertising.”

Ultimately, though, an instructor’s success comes down to the quality of golf instruction provided, and Quinton went to great lengths to ensure only the most knowledgeable golf instructors will earn certification.

According to the RST Golf Instructor Certification Overview page on RotarySwing.com, “The information that must be learned just to pass Level 1 requires on average 100 hours of study on swing mechanics, physics, anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and more.”  The website indicates that these fields represent “many disciplines typical golf instructor training neglects.”

For more information about RST Golf Instructor Certification, visit www.RotarySwing.com/rst-certification.

A link to the RST Certified Instructor listings, where Neven Meic’s bio can be found, is also available on that page.

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 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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This press release went out on 3/16/2010 via Free-Press-Release.com.  The FPR.com version can be found here:  http://www.free-press-release.com/news-rotary-swing-golf-instructor-certification-program-makes-splash-globally-welcomes-new-certified-instructor-from-croatia-1268753365.html.

 
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