At the end of July, I’m cutting back on my Teaching schedule some so I can put better effort into making an attempt at golf again. I have all the physical tools, many of which I didn’t have 25 years ago, I just need to put in effort. I also have a better mental approach to golf. The only thing I am missing is I haven’t really been a golfer for a long time and I need to be one again.
I define a golfer as “someone who tries to get the ball in the hole in as few shots as possible.” It really is as simple as that. That skill is as rusty as a shipwreck that’s been at the bottom of the ocean for a hundred years.
I will be actually posting more instructional content and videos than I have been (I apologize for the lack of content lately). I will also be posting more updates on my routine and progress both here and on my twitter @montescheinblum
I will also be posting a lot more videos on my Instagram, also @montescheinblum. Instagram is really where I have been posting the most, be sure to follow me for daily content (before and afters, drills, etc).
For now…the biggest issue people have with their putting is too much hip rotation (especially in the through stroke). More than zero is too much. If you’re a bad lag putter, it is nearly certain you have this issue. Nearly all amateur golfers have this issue and 9 out of 10 people who claim they have none, to the point they get irritable when I say they do, have it…
More to come on this subject.