Performance Golf Coach based in Dorset
Giving You the Tools and Knowledge to Improve
Online Golf Lessons
Simply film your swing from two angles: down the line and face on. High speed video is preferable and you can do this with almost all modern phones. Simply ensure that from face on you locate the camera at a 90˚ angle to the intended start direction of the shot and that from down the line you place the camera down the stance line. Try and locate the camera at chest height. The analysis will be much better if you are able to place your camera/phone on a tripod so that the video doesn't shake.
Email me the videos and once the analysis is completed you will receive an email with your lesson and prescribed drills.
Focus on a single piece at a time - it is easy to look at pictures and be tempted to make a myriad of changes. It is important to be disciplined and focus only on one area while leaving the rest for another time.
Comparison Pictures - This will allow you to monitor and measure your progress over time. Nothing beats seeing what an adjustment looks like
Feel isn't real - An often repeated golf cliche that holds a lot of truth. Make sure you visually look at the change being made, especially at the beginning, until you get a feel for it.
If you would like to start working with me remotely, please contact me via email in order to book.