Full Swing instruction

Coaching for Power - Dr. Phil Cheetham and Ryan Crawley

Coaching for Power: How to Pinpoint Speed Leaks and Predict Speed Potential delves into the current research being done using AI at Sportsbox AI. Dr. Phil Cheetham and Ryan Crawley spill the beans on what they've learned so far and what they are expecting to better understand about power creation in the very near future.

Tyler Ferrell - A Good Release: The Shoulder or the Wrist?

One of Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers in 2017, Tyler Ferrell shares his expertise in reading and understanding 3D graphs while diving deep into differing release patterns in this talk from the 2018 PGA Show. Tyler helps us to understand some screens that can help determine what type of release pattern to teach your players.

Dr. Rob Neal - A Journey Through the Ages (Part I)

"Developing an Effective Swing: Teenager to Adulthood" is how Dr. Rob Neal titled his presentation. It was marked by a multi-year tracking of the progress he's experienced in working with talented juniors especially as their bodies developed and their expectations for their own progress brought tension to the learning process. Speed and stability received much attention, and tended to be in opposition to each other. Athletic juniors "can be all speed" and lacking the body mass needed to maintain a good architecture throughout the full swing.

Dr. Rob Neal - A Journey Through the Ages (Part II)

"Developing an Effective Swing: Teenager to Adulthood" is how Dr. Rob Neal titled his presentation. It was marked by a multi-year tracking of the progress he's experienced in working with talented juniors especially as their bodies developed and their expectations for their own progress brought tension to the learning process. Speed and stability received much attention, and tended to be in opposition to each other. Athletic juniors "can be all speed" and lacking the body mass needed to maintain a good architecture throughout the full swing.

Faults and Fixes Panel (Part I)

Three National Teachers of the Year - Mike Bender, Martin Hall and Gale Peterson - offer up their favorite drills and teaching methods for a variety of faults as they take questions from our members during the 2014 Proponent Group Summit.

Faults and Fixes Panel (Part II)

Three National Teachers of the Year - Mike Bender, Martin Hall and Gale Peterson - offer up their favorite drills and teaching methods for a variety of faults as they take questions from our members during the 2014 Proponent Group Summit.

Jef Carr and Bernie Najar - Balance and Weight Shift Data: Tour Players vs. Amateurs (Part I)

Jef Carr of Swing Catalyst and Bernie Najar, Director of Instruction at Caves Valley G.C. in Maryland, talk about tour pro versus amateur data collected on the Swing Catalyst force plates. This presentation was filmed during the 2014 PGA Show. NOTE: Sound is missing from first minute or so of the recording.

Jef Carr and Bernie Najar - Balance and Weight Shift Data: Tour Players vs. Amateurs (Part II)

Bobby Clampett - The Ideas Behind Impact Zone Golf (Part I)

Long time PGA Tour competitor has developed Impact Zone Golf combining his knowledge of the game developed first as a player at the highest level and now as an instructor. At this presentation at the 2014 PGA Show, Clampett discusses the key points of Impact Zone Golf and why he created the system for teachers and players.

Bobby Clampett - The Ideas Behind Impact Zone Golf (Part II)

Bobby Clampett - The Ideas Behind Impact Zone Golf (Part III)

Dom DiJulia - Live Lesson Full Swing (Part I)

Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, Dom DiJulia, conducts one of our Live Lesson sessions during the 2014 PGA Show. The session is broken into 4 parts do to some unexpected rain. Dom gave a full swing lesson.

Dom DiJulia - Live Lesson Full Swing (Part II)

Dom DiJulia - Live Lesson Full Swing (Part III)

Dom DiJulia - Live Lesson Full Swing (Part IV)

Dr. Mike Duffey and Eric Handley - Opening the Front Door to Ground Forces: How We Create Velocity in the Golf Swing, Part I

Dr. Mike Duffey is on the Kinesiology faculty at Penn State College and Eric Handley is the Director of the Golf Research and Teaching Center at Penn State. They work closely to research 3D motion analysis and training program development for golf performance.

Dr. Mike Duffey and Eric Handley - Opening the Front Door to Ground Forces: How We Create Velocity in the Golf Swing, Part II

Dr. Mike Duffey is on the Kinesiology faculty at Penn State College and Eric Handley is the Director of the Golf Research and Teaching Center at Penn State. They work closely to research 3D motion analysis and training program development for golf performance. NOTE: This segment is only about 1 minute long. Not sure why the camera created this extra segment.

Dr. Mike Duffey and Eric Handley - Opening the Front Door to Ground Forces: How We Create Velocity in the Golf Swing, Part III

Dr. Mike Duffey is on the Kinesiology faculty at Penn State College and Eric Handley is the Director of the Golf Research and Teaching Center at Penn State. They work closely to research 3D motion analysis and training program development for golf performance.

Dr. Michael Duffey and Eric Handley - Assessing and Teaching with Ground Forces (Part I)

Dr. Mike Duffey and Eric Handley from Penn State University return to the Proponent Group stage during the 2016 PGA Show to explain the finer points of Assessing and Teaching with Ground Forces. You can also watch their presentation from the 2015 PGA Show also here in the archive.

Dr. Michael Duffey and Eric Handley - Assessing and Teaching with Ground Forces (Part II)

Tony Morgan and Ryan Lumsden - Identifying Correlations to Define Coaching Priorities for Your Students (Part I)

Tony Morgan and Ryan Lumsden of K-Vest explain the new direction that K-Vest is going in that moves beyond data collection and into swing solutions that can be applied using their new software. Recorded at the 2016 PGA Show.

Tony Morgan and Ryan Lumsden - Identifying Correlations to Define Coaching Priorities for Your Students (Part II)

Dr. Robert Neal - Forces and Torques Applied to the Handle of the Golf Club (Part I)

Dr. Robert Neal is the creator of Golf BioDynamics and consultant to many Tour players, national teams and junior academies. Here he explains the forces and torques that are applied to the handle of the golf club during the swing. This presentation was recorded at the 2016 PGA Show.

Dr. Robert Neal - Forces and Torques Applied to the Handle of the Golf Club (Part II)

Chris O'Connell - Why So Many Golfers Are Scared to Take Lessons and What to Do About It (Part I)

Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Chris O'Connell, Director of Instruction for the Plane Truth Golf Institute at Watters Creek near Dallas, TX talks about some of the confusion that golfers face when taking instruction and how the Plane Truth method tries to dispel this confusion.

Chris O'Connell - Why So Many Golfers Are Scared to Take Lessons and What to Do About It (Part II)

Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Chris O'Connell, Director of Instruction for the Plane Truth Golf Institute at Watters Creek near Dallas, TX talks about some of the confusion that golfers face when taking instruction and how the Plane Truth method tries to dispel this confusion.

Chris O'Connell - Why So Many Golfers Are Scared to Take Lessons and What to Do About It (Part III)

Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Chris O'Connell, Director of Instruction for the Plane Truth Golf Institute at Watters Creek near Dallas, TX talks about some of the confusion that golfers face when taking instruction and how the Plane Truth method tries to dispel this confusion.

Andrew Park - Live Lesson Full Swing (Part I)

Andrew Park - Live Lesson Full Swing (Part II)

Nick Clearwater - The SwingTRU Motion Study - How Big Data is Improving Golf Instruction

Proponent Group member Nick Clearwater, is Vice President of Instruction for GolfTEC and one of Golf Digest"?"??s Best Young Teachers in America. '? Today Nick is going to pull back the curtain and show us how the data collected from millions of GOLFTEC lessons can improve your instruction immediately. Empirical data on a large scale that defines how golfers of different handicaps move during the swing is nearly impossible to find within golf instruction. The kinematic study conducted by GOLFTEC, coined the "SwingTRU Motion Study," is the first and only of its kind to combine a large sample of golfers and their associated body motions. GolfTEC's Patrick Nuber also assists with the presentation. Recorded at the 2017 PGA Show.

Kevin Smeltz - "Shift and Lift": A Study in Pressure and 3D, Part I

Kevin Smeltz, a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, was the long time director of instruction at the David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Orlando. He is currently the Director of Instruction for the International Junior Golf Academy in Hilton Head Island, SC. He coaches numerous PGA and LPGA Tour players. NOTE: There was an audio issue and the audio doesn't start until just after the 6 minute mark.

Kevin Smeltz - "Shift and Lift": A Study in Pressure and 3D, Part II

Kevin Smeltz, a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, was the long time director of instruction at the David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Orlando. He is currently the Director of Instruction for the International Junior Golf Academy in Hilton Head Island, SC. He coaches numerous PGA and LPGA Tour players.

Dr. David Wright - Maximizing the Application of Force: 'Recruiting' Power Begins at Setup with Core Symmetry (Part I)

Dr. David Wright is one of the world's top experts on balance in sports and has spent the past four decades doing very high level research on generating force and creating balance in a variety of sports including baseball and golf. Here he takes a deep dive into what he has learned that every golf instructor should know about this critical piece of the swing puzzle.

Dr. David Wright - Maximizing the Application of Force: 'Recruiting' Power Begins at Setup with Core Symmetry (Part II)

Dr. David Wright is one of the world's top experts on balance in sports and has spent the past four decades doing very high level research on generating force and creating balance in a variety of sports including baseball and golf. Here he takes a deep dive into what he has learned that every golf instructor should know about this critical piece of the swing puzzle.

Dr. David Wright - Maximizing the Application of Force: 'Recruiting' Power Begins at Setup with Core Symmetry (Part III)

Dr. David Wright is one of the world's top experts on balance in sports and has spent the past four decades doing very high level research on generating force and creating balance in a variety of sports including baseball and golf. Here he takes a deep dive into what he has learned that every golf instructor should know about this critical piece of the swing puzzle.

Dr. David Wright - Maximizing the Application of Force: 'Recruiting' Power Begins at Setup with Core Symmetry (Part IV)

Dr. David Wright is one of the world's top experts on balance in sports and has spent the past four decades doing very high level research on generating force and creating balance in a variety of sports including baseball and golf. Here he takes a deep dive into what he has learned that every golf instructor should know about this critical piece of the swing puzzle.