Start Here

A lot of people never start playing golf because they simply don’t know what to do. This program is designed to teach you everything you need to know before going to the golf course. When you are at the golf course you will know exactly where to go and what to do.
Hopefully this will make you 100% confident and comfortable to improve! If you have any questions, please contact me in the message box below!

Get Started Right!!


In the first lesson it will be hard to stay on track. Not because the work is time consuming or hard, but because most likely are not used to having golf “homework”. It is easy to put it off and do other things. I have given you a checklist of so you know exactly what to do and when to do it.

Download and complete all worksheets within lesson 1 within the appropriate time frame. In addition to the worksheets, read the material before physically doing the drills!

Set Up

  • Grip
  • Stance,
  • Ball Position
  • Posture
  • Alignment


Hitting The Ball Solid


The simple key positions

How to Set Up

Set Up For Success

How you set up to hit the golf ball is the first piece to consistent golf.

We will discuss the “neutral” set up, which is designed to promote…

  • a straight ball flight
  • balance while you swing
  • proper turn in your swing
  • allow you to swing at full speed for more distance.

Understanding the Grip

Why It’s Important

The grip feels unnatural for most at first, but effects how the club face will return to impact and if the ball will go where its intended to go.

I know how bad it feels at first, but get it right now and eliminate frustration and pain during the rest of your golfing life…

First Full Swing Practice


Solid Impact

Impact is during the swing when the club returns back and hits the golf ball.

The first key to success is learning how to impact the ball solid consistently, BEFORE working on the direction of the golf ball.

You want to be relaxed, hit it solid and develop a consistent direction the ball is going before we try to make changes to the ball flight through swing positions.

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