The Sweetspot Plane
For many years, Homer Kelley (Author of The Golfing Machine, which is revolutionizing conventional golf instruction) thought in terms of the Clubshaft Plane and not the Sweet Spot Plane. But over time, he came to realize that the Sweet Spot Plane was Boss. Here's why:Read More...
Don't Hit it at the Target
Let’s start with the single most basic element of making the ball go toward the target. Where does the clubface have to be at impact to make the ball go straight to the flag? The quick and easy response is square, but just as it looks like the sun rotates around the earth, it is an illusion.Read More...
Plane is the Boss
The Plane is "The Boss" and is the heart and soul of the golf stroke. But what is the Plane? It is not Hogan's plane of glass, that's only one plane angle variation. You can use any plane angle you choose and you can shift from any plane angle to another as long as the base of the plane does not change.Read More...
The Million Dollar Lesson
The majority of golfers think that to hit it farther they must swing harder.
Image two pulleys, one above the other. Around these two pulleys is a belt, on this belt there are golf clubs attached. When the club goes around the pulley, does the club speed up.? Absolutely!Read More...
Playing with Feel
We learn feel from mechanics not vice versa. As a teacher it is impossible to teach someone feel but it is possible to help them understand the Mechanics that will allow them to reproduce that Mechanic into a feel.Read More...
The follow-through is the result of the prior body movements. After impact it's just a matter of releasing all tension and letting Centrifugal Force finish your swing. Centrifugal Force will keep the clubface travel and clubface angle in the proper position. After the ball leaves the clubface, there is nothing you can do that will affect the flight of the ball.Read More...