9 Steps To Problem Solving A Golf Swing

You may know your golf swing needs work, but with so many moving parts, it’s tough to know exactly where to start. Check out the 9-step strategy employed by the pros at 4 Seasons Indoor Golf.

DIAGNOSE and identify the prevailing problem(s), not just the symptoms. i.e., slicing

PRIORITIZE the most urgent issue requiring attention. i.e., swing not on plane

DETERMINE the best way to resolve the problem. i.e., better rotation

INTRODUCE specific skills requiring development. i.e., swing mechanics

IMPLEMENT a plan and a course of action. i.e., drills and practice regimen

ACQUIRE feedback. i.e., video analysis and ball flight data

ANALYZE and evaluate the progress. i.e., level of consistency

REVIEW the impact of the solution. i.e., better scoring, increased confidence

ESTABLISH a strategy moving forward. i.e., address other deficiencies

At 4 Seasons Indoor Golf, we implement the correct process that gives our students the opportunity to improve. PGA Teaching Professional, Tom Pomante says, “The golf swing is based on physics and principles.  Our students are relieved to stop guessing at what’s wrong or what to do to fix it, and rely on our experience to determine what to do and how to do it.”

Call us to get started with an on-site swing diagnostic.

2017-11-27T16:38:31+00:00