Do leading instructors feel that typical professionals use science to improve their scores?
Special report by Kiran Kanwar.
Steve Johnson is a golf instructor and managing partner of Hank Haney Golf Inc.
Hank Haney and his associates are some of the top golf instructors with respect to the numbers and calibre of golfers they have produced.
During this week’s PGA Tour AT&T Byron Nelson Classic Steve explained his thoughts on the use of the hard-core sciences such as biomechanics, anatomy, ...
Stephen Bowditch. How does he tackle his ATT Byron Nelson Defence?
A special report by Kiran Kanwar, Irving, Texas.
Steven Bowditch is an Australian professional who, this week, will be returning to the scene of his glorious victory at the ATT Byron Nelson in Irving, Texas.
Catching up with him on the driving range earlier today, asked what his plan of play would be to defend his title.
He said it will depend on the weather and how the golf course reacts, and he’ll go from there. Last ...
The anatomy of the putting stroke … A special report by Kiran Kanwar
Some golfers like a long lazy putting stroke. Others, a short tap in. Some prefer an in-to-in stroke with an exaggerated arc (good luck to them) while still others prefer as straight-back-straight-through a stroke as possible (given the inevitable rotation of the two linked arms about the human spine).
The advantage of a straight-back-straight-through stroke is that it is as simple as connecting a pool ball with a cue, ...
Special Report By Kiran Kanwar – Why is there so much inconsistency in golf – at all levels?
To observe Michelle Wie on the driving range is to watch the most supreme female athlete in action. Many are blaming her coach David Leadbetter for her missing the cut at the Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout in particular, and for not living up to her great potential in general.
In point of fact, Leadbetter tries harder than most other golf instructors to “get it right” by having ...
The Science of Putting & Is There Any Need For Science In The Putt … A special report by Kiran Kanwar.
Is there any need for science in the putt, and if so, why?
There are, it often seems, a thousand brands of putters and an equal number of putting styles out there, and every golfer, whether beginner or pro, usually takes two putts to put the ball into the hole from literally anywhere. So, it must not be a big deal, where “anything goes” right?
In fact, standing beside the putting ...
by Kiran Kanwar
So much has been said about Ground Reaction Force (GRF) in golf that it has been subjected to very strange interpretations by different members of the world’s golfing fraternity.
What is GRF? How can a golfer use it to increase club speed (in theory)? CAN a golfer use it to increase club speed (in practice)?
There is much confusion about certain aspects of GRF and even more about how to beneficially harness it. The advantage of being a golf-instructor/golf-swing-researcher is ...
What is the main cause of so much inconsistency, week after week? A special report by Kiran Kanwar
AT & T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am heading to the final round: Phil Mickelson 68 65 66 (leads by two)
Patrick Reed 72 65 73 (T32nd)
Justin Rose 66 68 72 (T11th)
Jordan Spieth 71 69 74 (T50th)
Bill Haas 69 68 69 (T11th)
What did Mickelson get “right” while the #ElectricEight not as “right”? Just the usual, lots of birdies with very few bogeys over three rounds. Mickelson’s ...