I have gotten many emails asking me about this.
Just like any other lessons in golf, Golftec lessons fall into one category.
If the instructor knows what he is doing, Golftec lessons are fine…even great. However, since most instructors in all of golf don’t know what they are doing, they can be awful because there is extra technical info that can be misused to an extreme.
I have a friend who works there and I have been there a few times in recent weeks. We look at the numbers, interpret what they are telling us and then work on a feel.
For example. My hip turn and shoulder tilt numbers were not in the green at impact. My hips weren’t clearing enough and my shoulders were compensating to keep the ball from going right and I would produce a pull hook. The same pull hook that cost me making it through US Open qualifying.
I felt my right shoulder turning under my chin a little better and all the numbers went in the green and the hooks went away.
That is the way all lessons should work. Gathering info and making ONE small adjustment.
Now if I could only start trusting this motion…I WOULD STOP HITTING PULLS AND HOOKS ON THE COURSE.
This is what happens when you hold the lag, your hands keep wanting to snatch the club. I am fighting 10-15 years of snatching the club with my hands. As soon as I get rid of that nonsense, I might be able to remove the “in” from infamous.
Educated hands, my white butt. I want some comatose hands.