I just wanted to tell you I played in a stroke tournament at the Olympic Club. It was a 3-way tie for 2nd. I lost when they went to the scorecard and picked a hole. The greens were running at 11. Sat I played great with a net 73 and Sunday I had a net 76. The two guys I was paired with had ” The round of their lives “ Net 66 and net 68. Tell me how does a 20 handicap shoot a net 66.
I just wanted to thank you for all of the great instruction you gave me. I played the game I was given on Sat. a straight ball and the fade, which I played on Sun. My chipping and sand play were great as well. All in all I played good golf and left the tournament very proud of what I had done.
At least I could go to sleep with a clear head. Since then I remember you had told me to be able to play with my left side. Well I started with throwing clubs with my left hand only, I’m glad I live on acreage because they were flying everywhere. I am now under control and what a difference it has made to my ball striking. I can feel my left hip start the swing and clear while my left shoulder stays square at impact.
Thanks again for the great help I will be in touch for a follow up lesson.
Chanha won the first place at AT&T Junior Golf Tournament, Bronze Group Competition, held last Sunday. He scored 15 strokes for four holes (pars 3, 3, 4, 5). This is Chanha’s first time to win the first place. He even excelled two sons of Spyglass Hill head pro (Bill Sendel). Chanha will be automatically promoted to Silver Group starting next tournament, along with Bill’s kids.
Chanha has not received any serious lesson except for the AT&T Junior and the First Tee program. And of course, last year’s one family lesson from YOU, Brad. Looking back the past two years, you have been the greatest help both for Chanha and Hana.
My family is a great fan of you, Brad. I would like to thank you sincerely from the bottom of my heart.
Happy Thanksgiving and God bless!
George Baars here. After our last lesson on the afternoon of the 3rd I really picked up on some great tips from you. Even though I was not really showing it that day. On our way out of town Tuesday we stopped at the Blackhorse course where I really applied some of the stuff I learned. It was actually a pretty decent day.
The real kicker was just this last Sunday at a local 9-hole course. I applied the stuff you taught me and had some of the best shots I have ever had. I concentrated on keeping the right elbow straight as I came down through the ball and really concentrated on rotating around to get the weight forward almost stepping right through it. Best of all I have slowed down the swing keeping the one-two thing in mind and have hit farther and straighter than ever.
– George Baars
I had a chance to play on Saturday and was delighted to have to confirm a lower then average score when posting my score. I wasn’t please with a 4 putt on a par 3, I did hit the green, and 2 balls in the water on another hole. I’m sure that a little more concentration will fix those problems.
I don’t know if it was just because I was so psyched but it seemed to me I was getting a little extra distance on my shots with the shorter swing. I can’t tell you how good it felt to drop a wedge shot on the green from a 130 yards. Follow through is my swing thought now.
It was great spending the time with you and Robert. Thank You for helping me with my game.
– Jim Pluta
Thank you so much for what you have done to my golf game! I cannot thank you enough. Through my private lessons I can now enjoy a round of golf and feel myself improving with each day. Your instruction techniques are so easy to understand and it was a pleasure to learn from you. Thanks for giving me the love of the game!
– Colton – San Francisco, CA