ready to stop the struggle?
You know the story. You hit your best drive of the day right down the middle of the fairway and your ball stops in a DIVOT. Big bummer!
Do you know what to do?
How about when you have a DOWNHILL LIE in the fairway…
Do you know what club to use?
Ball in the ROUGH…
Do you know how to adjust to get the ball out?
I can predict mishit shots, flubs, duffs, fat shots, thin shots, and more by just watching a golfer set-up to the ball in a bad lie.
Actually, I have no special magical skill. It is merely about understanding how your set-up influences where the ball hits the ground.
If you don’t adjust for your lie, you simply would be lucky to hit a good shot.
If you want to set-up to those bad lies and feel like you have a CHANCE of hitting the ball solidly, then you need to understand how to adjust your set-up…and pick the correct club.
Learn how to hit solid golf shots that get up in the air on a downhill lie – the hardest of all the uneven lies.
Uphill is the favorite of the uneven lies. Learn how to maximize distance by setting up properly.
This is the easiest of the uneven lies but you still need to make adjustments in stance, aim, and club selection.
When the ball is below your feet, it is difficult to get set-up properly and hit solid shots. Discover how to set-up and what to look out for.
Discover the key tactics to advance your ball when there is a lot of grass around your ball.
Ugh! Bad break, but knowing how to setup to the ball can save you when your ball is in a divot.
Most golfers like to have a little cush of grass under the ball but you can still hit good shots when there is little to no grass or the ground is hard. We call this a “tight lie”.
Discover some key tactics to hit solid shots off of pine needles.
Learn to conquer fairway bunkers by adjusting ball position, club selection and your stance.
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How will I know that I am doing it all properly?
With appropriate videos, I give you specific checks to make sure you are doing it all properly. I also tell you how to practice. If you follow the instructions, you will have a fantastic foundation to play great golf. I never, however, discourage private lessons if you can afford them.
What if I have physical limitations?
Well, I am going to tell you that you need to get your Doctor’s approval for sure. After you are cleared by your Doctor, nothing I teach you should ever cause you pain or discomfort. Yet if you are uncomfortable there are a few things to consider:
My husband thinks he can teach me all of this. Is he right?
I get asked this question all the time. Would you take medical advice from your accountant? Or legal advice from your auto mechanic? Nothing against your husband, but unless he is a golf pro and has experience teaching, I would tell you no.
Good teaching professionals have worked for years fine-tuning how best to evaluate swings and communicate the appropriate course of action. There is a huge difference between executing and communicating how to execute. Most advice you receive from an amateur, no matter how low the handicap, is likely to be his or her own medicine. So proceed with caution.
I just want to hit the ball, is this really important?
Well, that depends on if you have a bunch of time on your hands to waste…or spend being frustrated. If you want to get better FASTER, you start with how you hold the club and how you stand over the ball…and you have to do it consistently. If you hold the club like a baseball bat and stand over the ball like the Hunchback of Notre Dame, your are going to struggle to find the ball…plus you aren’t gonna look very good!
I can assure you this, even Tour Players check their Fundamentals EVERY time they play. If they don’t, they know that they’ll spend a bunch of time correcting swing errors and bad moves that manifest from poor fundamentals.
So in a nutshell, yea…I think this is pretty important stuff.