December Videos

Momentum Drill Is Valuable Giving Your Arms To Your Body 3 Swing Flaws 2 Major Causes You Must Be On Your Left Foot Posture Controls Your Hand Path Hand Positions Should Not Be Artificial The True Value of Practice Swings About Me Michael Wolf, Certified Master Teaching Professional, has been playing golf for 46 years and […]

Winter Topics & Food For Thought

Things you Feel—See–Know
As a teaching professional, I realize that there are several (at least) paths I can take, when working with a student, that can help us arrive at our goal of improvement.

November Videos

Human Nature of Driving Range Practice The Low Point of The Handle & Why It Is Important Knee Flex & Knee Movement In Your Golf Swing Swing Plane & How It Applies To You About Me Michael Wolf, Certified Master Teaching Professional, has been playing golf for 46 years and teaching professionally for over 34 years. He […]

Range Thoughts & Winter Drills

Slide Left Side Along The Wall During Backswing Right Elbow Stays In Front Of Your body Practice Swings & Divot Drills Momentum’s Different Affects On The Golf Club How Are You Going To Use This Golf Club? About Me Michael Wolf, Certified Master Teaching Professional, has been playing golf for 46 years and teaching professionally for […]

Forearm Rotation

Forearm Rotation About Me Michael Wolf, Certified Master Teaching Professional, has been playing golf for 46 years and teaching professionally for over 34 years. He has given over 30,000 golf lessons. Author of The Driven Golfer: Building Your Method For Scratch Golf. Harvey Penick Award Winner- 2016 (Top Instructor U.S./World Golf Teachers Federation) Learn More > Follow Us […]

Mechanics: Old School + New School= Same School

Through the Years- Mechanics, or the positions we adopt before we begin our swing, have been debated and compared for many years. At the end of this journey, we should be ready to agree that the only thing that has changed significantly is equipment.
The ball goes farther and straighter now than it ever has.
That said, the manner in which we produce high quality golf shots is basically the same. And for that we should be thankful.
Professional golfers are more physically fit than ever before but clean mechanics, more than anything else, is what keeps a good player playing consistent golf.
For the last 100 years, swings take on an individual look during the backswing, only to draw into a very similar positions as they approach impact. Some of our swing is negotiable but impact is not.

Release: Some Final Thoughts

What, when, and how? “Release” is the coined phrase in golf jargon that refers to the presentation of the club to the ball through impact. I believe it implies “allowing” something to happen much more than making it happen. By this, I mean, that our golf swing is judged by the entirety of the motion and not by an individual hitting movement at impact that is separate from the swing before that point. 

Instagram Videos – Analysis

Right Arm Motion Through Impact:

This is just a look at “feel and real.” I believe our right arm goes a long way to bring consistency to our shot pattern or give us ZERO chance of ever controlling a golf ball.

June Topic- SHORTGAME—Shots from the US OPEN

Analysis of Tour Pros Wedge Action

Tour pros see their wedge game as an insurance policy. To compete they must shoot low rounds and their ability to recover is the glue that keeps a round together.

June Newsletter

DIVERSE SHORT GAME-

We know you will likely face turmoil in every round you play. You need an “insurance policy” to hold your round together on those days when you are not striking the ball as you normally do. To be a successful tournament golfer, the ability to score well on your bad day is vital. Also, quality golf courses provide a test that says you will only be given a limited number of chances at birdie, and you MUST capitalize on those chances. It will be your versatility with your wedges that allow you to compete at any level.