Training for Speed in the Golf Swing

I’ve been training for speed in the golf swing for pretty much my entire adult life (27 years). I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t and I’m going to give you the best/fastest/most efficient way to train. But before I get to those, I want to talk about my philosophy for speed training. I’m hoping this will be your philosophy […]

By |August 9th, 2017|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

VIP Golf School Equals Serious Speed Increases

July 2017 VIP

 

“I thought you might like to know I am playing pretty good golf. I shot […]

By |May 11th, 2017|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

DJ Part Deux

Spoiler Alert: I’m going to totally destroy some current beliefs about tempo. In other words, some serious myth busting.

One of the entrenched beliefs when it comes to tempo is the belief that your swing should match your personality. In other words, if you walk slow, talk slow, and you are generally laid back, you should […]

By |May 11th, 2017|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

Golf Swing Tempo – You and Dustin Johnson

The Difference Between You and Dustin Johnson

I’m going to outline a few differences between you and Dustin Johnson. I’m not doing this to rub it in your face that Dustin has it all and you don’t. I’m doing it to make a point.

Dustin has/is:

– Paulina Gretzky – Wife (ergo Wayne is his Father in Law)
– 320+ yards (you might be […]

TOUR TEMPO

The golf world loves to talk about swing fundamentals, but there is one that they typically leave out. I believe it is to the detriment of most recreational golfers.

The concept of swing tempo to me is one of the most important pieces of any golfer’s development, and I want to share why I believe this is true.

Tour Tempo

A couple of […]

By |May 11th, 2017|Categories: Guest Post|0 Comments

To Lift or Not to Lift?

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We’re talking the Left Heel (for a RH golfer). Got a reader who wrote in:

“John Jr., I noticed in your long drive baskswing that you lift your lead heel. Should I lift my lead heel and if so, why?”

Great Question! Here is my Clif’s note’s answer:

For men: They should ABSOLUTELY lift the […]

By |December 4th, 2016|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

3 Traits to look for in a teacher/teaching system

I was recently listening to a Tim Ferriss podcast (highly recommend his podcast) and he was asked, “What should you look for when choosing a teacher? ”

The answer was brilliant and I’ve applied it to golf and golf training ‘systems’.

The first thing to look for is: Reliable/Repeatable results. This might go without saying but does the system produce […]

By |October 24th, 2016|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

Congrats to Padraig Harrington!

Padraig shot -23 to win the Portugal Masters. He is a great golfer as well as great person, and it’s great to see him get his 15th win on the PGA Tour.

Padraig’s tempo is a super fast 18/6 on full swings.

Hope to see him qualify for the Masters in 2017!

By |October 23rd, 2016|Categories: Blog|0 Comments