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Chuck Evans Golf, Golf Infographic

It’s Thanksgiving time here in the US.

It’s Thanksgiving time and that means we all eat too much and will continue on this “feasting” for the next month and a half!

We’ll gain several pounds this Thanksgiving and a lot of people will make a “New Years” resolution to lose those pounds and start working out or work out harder.  The health clubs love this time of year!  More and more people sign up/join then after a couple of months they quit going…it happens every year!

Guess what else us golfers do?

We also make a resolution…dammit…this year I REALLY am going to dedicate myself to getting better!

Just like the resolve to working out…this too fades away.

But why?

Why do we put ourselves through this every year?  Why don’t we actually follow through with our plans?

I think they are a couple of reasons…

It actually takes work to become better.

Your local teaching Pro just can’t sprinkle some magic dust on you and poof…you’re better!

Noooo…YOU have to put in the time and effort to accomplish your goal!

The goal is NOT specific enough.

HOW are you going to get better?  Is it ball striking, short game, course management, or the mental game?

Need help in deciding your goals?

Soon, its gonna be cold up north, if it’s not already.  Are you putting the clubs up and hoping for the best when comes around?

You’ve got a few choices here too.

Wait until spring, dust off the clubs, and about the time you get your groove on…it’s time to put them up again!

Or…

So here’s the deal…

…Nothing and I mean nothing, beats a hands-on-session

Our schools are filling up fast!

So if you are really serious about your game, or even kinda serious, or just want to get out of the cold and snow, NOW is the time to schedule your coaching with us here in the desert!

As a special incentive for you, we’re offering this one of a kind tuition if you book your school before December 15th!

Go here for more detail

All you need to do is book your time before December 15th, 2017.

You have until April 1 – 2018, to attend. (50% deposit required)

 

 

 

Did you know the golf swing is a version of the flail?

A flail was first used by the ancient Egyptians as a means of speeding up the way they threshed crops.

A common flail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Later, the flail was turned into a weapon.

flail use as a weapon

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a golfer, we use these same principles.  The lead arm acts as the “rod”, the wrists as the leather thong, and the golf club as the end that creates the speed.  In golf, we start with these 2 pieces and as the lead wrist cocks, ( radial deviation as the medical professionals call it) it creates an out of line condition.

As the lead wrist uncocks (ulnar deviation) this out of line condition rapidly starts getting inline.  As the lead arm and club get inline they rapidly start getting out of line again.  This is the flailing action we use in golf.

wrist movements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Submitted photo Golf Tips Todd Elliott) 

 

 

By NOT allowing this action to happen you are actually slowing the club down!

 

Here is a clip from Peter Allis with a little more explanation.

Have You Ever Improved From Game Improvement Tips?

I know a LOT of players that live their life and game by these.

And yep…they are mostly quick tips that don’t apply to me OR you!

chuck evans swing thoughts

I had a player the other day that I had never worked with before.

I asked him what he was working on and he showed me 5 handwritten pages of game improvement tips he had seen from the Golf Channel, magazines, and YouTube videos and of course the all time worst thing you could do…advice from a friend!

5 PAGES!

I asked him, with all of these tips and notes how many of them have actually helped you.  He said, NONE…that’s why I’m here!

Whether you are a beginner or a Touring Professional we will give you the opportunity to take your game to the next level!

This opportunity will be limited so that the quality control will be second to none.  I can’t tell you, just yet, what will be included in this opportunity because we cannot let this get out prior to launch.

What I can tell you though is that it will change your golfing life…forever!

Click HERE to be notified when we launch.

Until then, keep it in the short grass!

 

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Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, Golf Digest Top Teachers in America, Executive Director of Instruction – Medicus Golf, Co-Founder Medicus Pure Strike – 5 Simple Keys to Consistency.

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These were done left-handed so that right-handers could watch and follow along.

Right Forearm: When one views the great swings of golf one will quickly see that the right forearm and shaft lineup through impact. This is a topic that you hear very little about in golf instruction. At Medicus Golf we provide the necessary ingredients for you to view and learn the role of this important right forearm and how it allows for the left wrist to be flat. If the right forearm is not on plane at Impact then you would need to flip the hands to make contact with the ball thus disrupting the #1 alignment – The Flat Left Wrist!

Lag: When you hear us speaking of lag we are merely speaking of the relationship between the clubhead and the hands – clubHEAD Lag. In all great strokes, unless the player is intentionally applying a specialty shot, the clubhead is trailing the hands through impact….NEVER in front of the hands! Think of it this way – there is a race between the hands and the clubhead to the ball and to be an effective, and great, ball striker – the HANDS MUST WIN THE RACE!

Lag drill using the bunker

Plane: To add a little more information about plane, please use the idea of a pitched roof and at the bottom of the roof is a gutter. We will refer the gutter as being the plane line and the amount of pitch of the roof as the plane angle. With this in mind, golfers can then envision that the plane angle can vary many degrees but the gutter of the roof or the plane line remains the same. This is why when you view good players swings they incorporate many different angles but what they abide by is that whichever end of the club is closest to the ground is always pointing at the gutter or plane line. This is the true definition of being on plane.

Club perfectly on Plane

Our next Instructor workshop is scheduled for January 23-25, 2009 in beautiful Destin Florida.

This training will be a full 3 days of classroom, absorb and apply, presentations, testing, the Medicus Curriculum, and much more. We are talking a 24/7, 3-day, golf fest and golf ”fix”. You will basically be eating and sleeping golf. There are no hours affixed to this training as it will be continual.

What will it mean for you to attend Medicus Instructor Training?

The benefit to you is for Medicus to drive more business to you via our website and marketing efforts. While you maintain your separate business and identities, our intent is to drive additional business to you and your facility. If you would like to become better acquainted with how to match components in golf strokes, then this is the workshop for you! You will learn what components go with what, when it’s sometimes better to take what the student has and then match Plane Angle and Hinge Action to whatever their Pivot is doing then you absolutely cannot miss this opportunity!

For those who cannot attend at this time, we would like to extend an invite to become a part of the Medicus Instructor Network. We would be honored to speak with you in this regard as well as send you some of the pertinent information.

In addition PGA Members will receive 12 hours of credit for attending the three days.

 

Chuck Evans working with students
Chuck Evans working with students