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Comment from: Samin [Visitor] Email

A lot of greit books that can learn you how to play golf.
2009-01-04 @ 07:03
Comment from: Frankie C [Visitor] Email
I'm going to take the time to write to all of the teachers on this list (or as many as possible before the back nines of Tiger's and Lorena's bids to win their respective tournamments from 5 shots back) to ask this question. As far as I know, my Over The Top Golf swing is the only method available that teaches you how to swing over the top correctly instead of trying to fix the renowned swing flaw.

It has been said that 80% of all golfers swing from over the top and most instructors concede that they always will.

As no golf instructor is willing to admit that they really can't help these (mostly) 15-35 handicappers, what, from a practical standpoint, can you do for them?

Frankie C
Over The Top Golf
2009-05-10 @ 12:05
Comment from: golfmanagement [Visitor] Email
Golf is a great game, no two ways about it. Golf has stood up to two world wars,the great depression and will no doubt come out on top in spite of the problems of today.
2009-07-01 @ 16:08
Comment from: Al Delgado [Visitor] Email
Over the top is the result of a steep spine angle caused by short clubs. Lengthen your clubs, stand up, relax knees and walk feet away from grip/hands. Remain at your natural height, your shoulders rotate around your center axis, not on an upward rocking swing path. A natural swing stance transfers your weight naturally, restores power, lowers your swing plane naturally arms/club set up on the inside path, inline to the target. This is what past and present golf teachers have failed to recognize, correct and teach. Hawkeye golf alignment system( corrects and teaches this natural concept. Your are a natural athlete, not a swing machine.
2009-10-14 @ 19:24
Comment from: GolfWeek [Visitor] Email
Join the hunt!
2010-04-29 @ 11:18

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