Journey to Scratch
Follow every step of my progress towards becoming a scratch golfer through my journey to scratch series. In each of the reflective blog posts below, I’ll share with you exactly what I’ve been learning, my practise sessions, and my results as I play in club, society and open competitions.
Recently, I got my hands on a deWiz golf swing analyser and couldn’t wait to try it out on my golf swing. With the off-season in full swing, now is the perfect time to improve my golf swing – starting with my incredibly quick tempo. In this video, I analyse my current swing tempo, compare it with some leading tour professionals, and look to improve my tempo with just 5 swings.
In this post, I share with you my plans for this new Journey to Scratch series and the first analysis and feedback from my new golf coach, Michael Farrier Twist.
In May last year, I decided to pay for an online swing analysis with one of the world’s best golf coaches, Jonathan Yarwood. He coached Michael Campbell to his 2005 U.S. Open victory so I figured he’d be able to help a 7-index golfer with a dodgy swing…and boy did he share some incredibly useful information which I have decided to sure with you in this video.
In order for me to be able to properly begin my journey to scratch, I feel it’s important for me to take a step back, think about what’s going on with my golf game at the moment and work out how I can begin to fix things. In this post, I’ll share the rather gory and gruesome details about where my golf game is currently at and how I intend to dig myself out of the rather long and deep rabbit hole I’m currently residing in.