I fully accept everyone is different but to not have a system to work with and the swing components mapped out is very dangerous and detrimental to the student. I think the point people miss (at times in a convenient manner) is that systematic coaching IS NOT method coaching, we do not get everyone to swing it the same rather we use the system to identify the key issue, broaden the players understanding and implement efficient change. Having the model (mapped out for Mr. Perfect) allows all concerned to have a common understanding of the moves required and a "place to go" when discussing change. Swings will look different BUT demonstrate the same key elements, if anyone out there can disprove this or advise me of a better approach I’m open to discussion (but not holding my breath).
Today the games top instructors must use a more holistic approach to their instruction. This holistic approach consists of designing a system and strategies that are based on Physics, Biomechanics & Geometry.
Mapping of a swing’s DNA is now possible, as is the quantification and comparison of swing feel vs. real. Modern technology is a central component in this transformation. Today’s top instructor’s must use every tool in their toolbox.
When you learn from me, you are learning from someone who can combine a very sophisticated understanding of the complexities of the golf swing, with a teaching style and communication skills that will allow you to understand, simply and plainly, how you can consistently hit golf shots that are straight and true. I will focus on you and your level of expertise and understanding and will work with you to bring out the very best!