A two time winner on the PGA Tour, Anthony Kim represents one of the many young, rising talents who has made people sit up and take notice every time he tees it up at an event. He earned his card through qualifying school in 2007, and made quite the splash during his rookie season notching
The downswing is probably the most misunderstood and misinterpreted move by amateur golfers in the golf swing. It must be understood that the downswing is largely an uncoiling motion or a reaction to a proper backswing. The key point that must be illustrated is that the forces of movement in the downswing originate from the
Move 2 is the completion of the backswing, and specifically, the shoulder turn. To briefly summarize what occurs in Move 2: 1. Shoulder blade glide continues turning the shoulders another 45 degrees for a full 90 degree turn. 2. The shoulder blade glide pulls the hips to turn approximately 45 degrees. 3. Arms elevate,
Al Consoli, Rotary Swing golf instructor, teaching a student how to properly take the club back. Nothing like immediate results and another happy Rotary Swing student!
Before I begin to discuss Stricker’s Move 1, it is necessary to briefly summarize how Rotary swing classifies the correct sequence for the Takeaway. 1. Golfer in proper posture, in the box with the lat muscles engaged. 2. Hips shift 1 inch right transferring approximately 80% of the weight into the right heel (right hip
I am extremely proud to be working with Hooters Tour Professional Kris Lim. Kris is an extraordinary young man, whose desire to excel is only exceeded by his desire to understand the fundamentals of the golf swing. Kris did not come to the Rotary Swing Golf Academy looking for quick fixes to improve his game
Steve Stricker’s ascent to the 3rd in the Official World Golf Rankings is an inspirational story to all of us in the golfing world who are striving to improve our games. Stricker joined the PGA Tour back in 1994 and achieved early success in his fledgling career. In 1996, he won two tournaments and compiled
I am entering my seventh month as a certified RST instructor, and the number one issue that I see plaguing my students is the ability to minimize head movement and stay centered during the swing. While it may seem benign enough, I can tell you this problem destroys speed, power, and efficiency of the golf