Uncategorized | Swing Man Golf - Part 2

The Putting Routine

By Geoff Mangum The “routine” for putting is the use of your perceptual processes in a staging of accurate, pertinent, and useful perceptions of what matters for the reading and aiming of the putter, followed by the staging of your movement skills for setup and stroke...

How To Map Greens For Better Putting

By Geoff Mangum Mapping greens is fairly simple. Just sketch the outline shape of the green, rough in the outlines of the 2-4 “flat areas”, then mark the direction of tilt of each flat area (fall line) plus the steepness of tilt (slope percentage) — an arrow for fall...

Process for Improving

By Adam Young Below is a process I try to ingrain in my players. We work on the skills needed to improve their process. This process is: Identification of fault(s) There are lots of faults in golf, but a lot less than you would think. To me, coming ‘over the top’ (for...

Your Questions Answered

By David MacKenzie MHI Golfer Question: I often find myself trying to fix my swing after hitting a few bad shots during my warm-up. Panic sets in and I quickly start to fear a bad round. By the time I’m on the first tee I’m very anxious and feel like the ball could do...

Wes Patterson Long Drive Q&A

Age:                28 Height:           6’1” Weight:          200 lbs Driver Specs: 3 degree 3x tipped 1 inch Sponsors: ESP insurance Travis Mathew Crowe Socks Special Accomplishments: Top 8 at 2017 Worlds Team USA LD -423 What is your longest drive in competition?...