4 minutes ago
Nice little Tournament 29 for @thebrandenwong this afternoon. We’ve been working so hard on patience, adversity, spot chipping, speed factor, rhythm and rehearsing routine that the visualization is showing up. Proud of your hard work Kid. Keep on! 💪😃👌.
7 minutes ago
That’s it, I’m retiring and moving here 😳 Thracian Cliffs @sjomanart 📷
12 minutes ago
So good to be back on the range and course after a week of vacation. Now, we must prepare for PGA tournaments. ⛳️
16 minutes ago
Golf season has officially started here in beautiful British Columbia!
Can’t think of a better way to open the season than catching up with friends for a game at @morgancreekgolf .
Looking back at the beautiful 6th hole and the line of 🦆🦆🦆🦆 walking to their home at the pond 😁
25 minutes ago
This is not your local driving range 😍
28 minutes ago
Tag them 👇🏼
29 minutes ago
38 minutes ago
Just out here hitting Targets 🎯🎯
41 minutes ago
First Swing, Before. Everything else, After. Lead Shoulder Down, Right Hip Depth Increase. Why? Creates room to better the AOA / Swing Path deliverables. In addition, it cures dynamic loft (added loft at impact creating higher Spin / Launch angle than needed) and betters the trajectory dispersion. Best he’s ever hit it. Really good session this morning. 👌💪👊.
55 minutes ago
Happy St. Patrick's Day from our new Irish friends at Bay Hill ☘️⛳️
57 minutes ago
Before and after. Swipe right ➡️ for results.
Working on getting the left knee and hip to move in and out and rotate more.
Before there is little to none seperation between the left and right knee in the transition.
After we see how the player has loaded way more on the right side and seperating the knees in transition.
This upped the swing speed a whole lot and created a lot more rotation in the body = more effortless power.
1 hour ago
Just getting in some work before there tournament tomorrow. Can’t wait for tomorrow to come.
1 hour ago
Mustache Madness was awesome last night and these guys played great. How great? Well we had 36 players last night and they won. But it’s not just that they won it’s how they won. First of all they only had 3 players for the first couple of holes because Mike Lynch had to work a double and he couldn’t show up until the 3rd hole. They also were only three under par coming to the 13th tee box when Mike Lynch stuck it to a foot and they all made birdie to go from -3 to -7. That didn’t stop. Ryan Devlin made putt after putt and so did Quinton Saum and Brian VanZile. They made multiple birdies on 5 of the last six holes and finished -17. Fourteen under par in six holes of super scramble! They won by at least four shots! With the win and the $500 of Mustache Madness money thanks to Ron and Shantel Sloy they took home $1670!! So Congratulations boys on your victory and let’s get ready for next weeks TWO BALL CHALLENGE! Team entry is $60 and the format is 1 best ball all night except 9 and 18 both balls count! I want to also thank Stephanie Nagel who has helped me each week! I greatly appreciate it.
9 hours ago
From the #links of New York to those of Ireland, California, & every course in between: Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 🌾🍀 #StPatricksDay