Have you ever been told you are too handsy when chipping? Maybe you are flipping the club through impact? Have you been hitting your chips fat and thin? You have most likely been given bad advice by a teaching professional, or playing partner that is leading to higher scores around the green. In the last
You’ve probably heard the old saying that if people tried to learn how to make love the same way they go about learning the golf swing that the human race become extinct. Sadly, golfers have millions of dollars in lessons and rarely ever improve. No matter how good the intentions of the instructor are, if
In the world of golf instruction, there are basically two different types of teachers – ball flight teachers and method teachers. As someone who has spent years researching and developing the golf swing, it should come as no surprise that I fall in to the latter as a method teacher. RST is a method based
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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
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
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
Rotary Swing students must have a firm understanding of one of the key goals of the swing model, to utilize a proper right to left weight shift (for righties) just as we would in any other throwing or hitting sport. Most amateur golfers underestimate the importance of this simple yet critical step in the golf
“If I stop learning today, I will be teaching badly tomorrow.” (Unknown) Good advice from a relative unknown wouldn’t you say? OK. Vegas is not in my future, maybe I better leave the humor to the professionals. When I began to pursue my dream of teaching the game that my grandfather forced me to