Maintain the T

This is going to be a big time mantra I am going to start, because I am finding even more people have a problem with this issue than I thought…including me in the past. Make sure you tune into the blog on Monday January 4th. I am going to have a post and video that some will say is too simple to be that important and/or everybody knows that already. The second thing is true, but I am bringing it more to the forefront.

This concept is not stressed enough and I am going to stress it.

I am waiting till the 4th because that is when most people will be recovered from the Holidays and getting back to improving their golf.

Until then, I will make fun of some PGA Tour player’s golf swings, while still fully appreciating they are better than me :-)…and hoping you will all learn there is no perfect swing in golf to strive for.




  1. steve lyons

    I was going to post an obvious comment, but it may appear too simple. The second thing I was going to say was definately true but not stressed enough so I think it should be brought to the forefront.

  2. Keith

    I don’t even know what “Maintain the T” means. I can guess but I’d probably be wrong.

    • Monte Scheinblum

      I may be the first one to use the term…probably not, but I have not heard it before.

      All you have to do is wait till Monday. 🙂

  3. Les

    It is 01/04/2010, where is the follow up post and video. Seriously, happy new year.

    • Monte Scheinblum

      LOL It should go up at about 3 Am Pacific.

      Happy New year Les.

  4. steve lyons

    “T” is for Time’s Up!!!!

    • Monte Scheinblum

      Most concepts about the golf swing should be easy, because doing them is hard.

      If the concepts are hard and the implementation is hard, what chance do we have?

  5. roulette penge

    Hey, ok, I get it, I guess – but does this really work?


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