Since the 1990’s Brian Mogg has been a dominant force in the world of golf instruction. His students have won over 20 professional tour events along with a USGA Championship, Lion Kim, winner of the 2010 U.S.Public Links.
In 2009, Mogg coached Y.E. Yang to victory in the PGA Championship as well as the Honda Classic. During their training together ...
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greens and fairways,
i’d like to see some info on the release – thank
Excellent Tip:I found by “Digging the secrets from the earth(BEN HOGAN ) “that it’s better to keep a substantial part of your weght (40%) on your left foot.Avoids the “tilt “demonstrated here by BRIAN as well as the sway backwards .
Continue with your excellent videos ,CRAIG !
I noticed that both Jack Nicklaus and Bobby Jones had hip tilts at the top of their swing.Jack advocated this in a written lesson.
Well, it’s definitely true that there is more than one way to swing a golf club and be successful. Lee Trevino was a great golfer but said often that nobody should model his swing. Brian teaches a swing method this is optimal, yet allows the golfer to approach it the best they can given their body type. You also have to remember that neither Jack Nicklaus, Bobby Jones, Lee Trevino, Doug Tewell or many other successful golfers have actually worked with thousands of average golfers in person, ever day on the range like Brian. There are many good instructors who have done that, but very few that have the student success at all levels of the game like Brian.
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Greens and fairways,
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