Golf Swing Fundamentals Coaching Plan

The Golf Swing Fundamentals Coaching Plan will help to develop your grip, stance, balance and coordination, to help you develop a great golf swing.

The priority of the long game swing is to get your ball in play off the tee and then to progress the ball to the green, without getting into any of the course hazards.  Reducing the number of shots it takes to get from tee to green depends largely on how good your swing fundamentals are.  

Chapter 1 : Long Game Equipment

  • Parts of the golf club
  • Importance of changing your grip
  • Golf clubs in a set
  • How clubs affect ball trajectory and distance
  • Tee peg recommendations
  • Marking your golf balls
  • Why you should use a glove
  • How to use a golf towel
  • Distance charts
  • Course guides
  • GPS Range devices

Chapter 2 : Mechanics Of The Golf Swing

  • Long game mechanics
  • Some tour statistics about the long game
  • A run through of the golf swing technique

Chapter 3 : Golf Swing Target Alignment

  • Target alignment
  • Set up of a practice area
  • How to select your aim point
  • Ball to target line
  • Foot target line
  • Parallel left alignment
  • Routine to ensure you are aligned to the target

Chapter 4 : Long Game Grips

  • The grips you can use for the long game
  • What the grip needs to allow
  • The neutral grip
  • How to take your grip
  • Grip placement

Chapter 5 : Stance, Posture & Balance

  • Stance, posture and balance
  • How to set up practice station
  • Ball position
  • Foot, knee, hip and shoulder position
  • Hip flexion
  • Hands and arms hanging naturally

Chapter 6 : Golf Swing Takeaway

  • Starting your golf swing
  • Set up of a practice station
  • Setting your spine angle
  • A one-piece takeaway
  • End of takeaway position
  • Practice tips

Chapter 7 : Wrist Hinge & Lag

  • How to create wrist hinge and lag
  • How to feel the wrist hinge

Chapter 8 : Finishing The Backswing

  • Finishing of the backswing
  • Position at the end of the backswing
  • Creating tension between the lower body and the torso

Chapter 9 : Transition To the Downswing

  • How to transition to the downswing
  • Set up of your practice area
  • Moving the centre of gravity to start the downswing
  • Using the knee to initiate the movement

Chapter 10 : Golf Swing Impact Zone

  • How to release the club through the hitting zone
  • Checkpoint before release
  • Extension to post on the none target side leg
  • Using the kinetic chain
  • Releasing wrist hinge

Chapter 11 : Golf Swing Follow Through

  • Going through the impact zone into a full finish
  • A run through of the swing so far
  • The release of kinetic chain and wrist hinge
  • Momentum through to a fall finish
  • The finish position stance posture and balance
  • Slow motion practice tips

Chapter 12 : Timing & Coordination Of The Golf Swing

  • A walk through of the timing and co-ordination of the golf swing
  • The kinetic chain principle and how to apply it
  • A run through of the golf swing

Chapter 13 : Golf Distance Control

  • Long game distance control
  • The golf club set
  • Measuring how far you hit your clubs
  • Carry and rollout
  • Dispersion zones
  • How to hit gaps between club distances
  • The importance of keeping your swing tempo
  • 3 distances per club
  • How wind and temperature affect ball distance
  • Tips on practice

Chapter 14 : Developing & Releasing Lag

  • Drill to help you develop lag in the golf swing
  • Set up a training aid

Chapter 15 : Long Game Shot Routine

  • Long game shot routine
  • Ball position and lie
  • Distance calculation
  • Wind adjustment
  • Selecting your shot
  • Keeping out of trouble

Chapter 16 : Long Game Practice Routine

  • Some tips on how to design your long game practice routine
  • Breaking up your practice
  • Importance of shot routine when you are practicing
  • Shot shapes
  • Trouble shots

Chapter 5 : Stance, Posture & Balance

  • Stance, posture and balance
  • How to set up practice station
  • Ball position
  • Foot, knee, hip and shoulder position
  • Hip flexion
  • Hands and arms hanging naturally
Len Stanley

Len Stanley

Long Game Fundamentals Introduction

What You Will Learn

  • Help golfers develop good stance, posture and balance
  • Golf swing timing and coordination
  • Show you how to increase club head speed and distance
  • Golf is a motor skill and therefore, requires repetition of movement through focused drills to help your brain store the new skill
  • How to develop a long game shot routine
  • Help you to focus your practice sessions on making real improvement
  •  Inspire golfers to develop their golf swing technique

Golf Swing Fundamentals Coaching Plan

 

The priority of the long game swing is to get your ball in play off the tee and then to progress the ball to the green, without getting into any of the course hazards.  To reduce the number of shots it takes to get from tee to green depends largely on how good your swing fundamentals are. 

The Golf Swing Fundamentals Coaching Plan will help to develop your grip, stance, balance and coordination, to help you develop a great golf swing.

 

Golf Swing Fundamentals Coaching Plan

 

Anyone who has played golf will tell you that it’s not a game of perfection.  So, you will not hit every fairway of the tee or green in regulation with your long iron shots.  The PGA Tour players hit between 45% and 72% of fairways off the tee and between 50% -72% of greens in regulation.  So, even the best players in the world have issues with their long game shots.

 

For the average amateur golfer, getting the ball of the tee and in play on the fairway is probably more important than the distance they drive the ball.  As is staying out of trouble on the way to the green with their iron shots.  Your key thought should be accuracy not distance.

 

Developing a technically sound and repeatable golf swing is vital if you want to lower your scores.  Lots of amateur golfers’ practice for hours on the range, trying to perfect their full swing.  However, often golfers training sessions are not focused on improvement but on engraining swing faults.  The Golf Swing Fundamentals Coaching Plan has a step by step approach so, you can focus on improving not engraining errors.

 

If you want to lower your scores, you need to develop a fundamentally sound swing that is both consistent and repeatable.  The Golf Swing Fundamentals Coaching Plan has been designed to help you improve your golf swing. 

 

Lesson Learning Outcomes

 

The Golf Swing Fundamentals Coaching Plan aims to:

 

  • Inspire golfers to develop their golf swing technique
  • Help golfers develop good stance, posture and balance
  • Golf swing timing and coordination
  • Show you how to increase club head speed and distance
  • Golf is a motor skill and therefore, requires repetition of movement through focused drills to help your brain store the new skill
  • How to develop a long game shot routine
  • Help you to focus your practice sessions on making real improvement

 

Learning Process

 

The golf swing is a complex movement that requires that you develop the fundamentals of grip, stance, posture and balance.  You also need to perform the swing with the correct timing and co-ordination to deliver the club square through impact, maximising club head speed and therefore distance.    We have broken the swing down into a number of lessons that focus on all aspects of the golf swing through:

 

  • Set up
  • Takeaway
  • Backswing,
  • Downswing
  • The impact Zone
  • The follow through
  • Timing and co-ordination

 

So, the development of your swing can be completed in bight sized pieces.  This allows you to work through the plan in your own time, at your pace to maximise learning.

  

Best Chance of Success

 

We have developed our programme based on golf science and modern teaching techniques. All you need to do is commit to the process and dedicate some time to practice and:

 

  • Understand the theory of the technique
  • Give the technique a try
  • Reflect on how it worked for you
  • Understand that it will take time and practice to develop the skill to get to the expert stage 

 

Course Content

 

The  Golf Swing fundamentals Coaching Plan consists of a 16-video series looking at:

 

  • Equipment
  • Swing Mechanics
  • Target Alignment
  • Long Game Grips
  • Golf Swing Set Up
  • The Takeaway
  • Golf Backswing
  • Wrist Hinge & Lag
  • Backswing
  • Downswing
  • Impact Zone
  • Follow Through
  • Coordination
  • Distance Control
  • Developing Lag
  • Golf Shot Routine
  • Practice Routine

 

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