'H​elping you improve from tee to green'

Ryan Hemsworth specializes in diagnosing swings, designing appropriate practice drills, and developing clear and concise practice plans.

Katrina Kelly specializes in diagnosing swings, designing appropriate practice drills, and developing clear and concise practice plans for students of all ages and skill levels.

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  • A proper golf grip and posture are paramount. Without a great setup, you can not expect a great shot.
  • If you do not know the exact blueprint to get to the top of your swing, or the exact blueprint to get back down, you will never be able to repeat your swing. There is nothing more frustrating in golf than hitting a great shot, and not knowing how to repeat it. Or hitting a bad shot in golf, and not knowing how to fix it.
  • 'It's all in the hips,' is simply not true; your hips do not provide the speed in your swing. More than three-fourths of your swing speed comes from your wrists hinging and unhinging. Learning how to utilize your speed in your golf swing is important if you want to optimize your distance.
  • Your hips work like a steering wheel; when they are not controlled properly, they can cause you to hit the ball too far left or too far right, instead of straight. When you learn how to control your hip rotation, and use it for leverage, you can create straighter, more powerful shots.

  • Your short game represents 60% of your entire golf game. Learning the most effective methods to chip, pitch and putt, will be the fastest way to learn how to lower your score.
  • The golf swing is counterintuitive. It is an unnatural movement. Everything that I teach, I would never expect my students to know, prior to seeing me. When I studied biomechanics in the golf swing, it was surprising, and it ultimately, made me a much better player.
  • Supination is key in all areas of the golf game. Not sure what supination is, or how it relates to the golf swing? You had better get your lesson booked right away!
  • You are your own cheerleader on the golf course. Always reflect on the hole you previously played. Try to think about the best shot you made on that hole, and congratulate yourself for that accomplishment. Use that positivity on the next hole, and create good morale moving forward. 
  • Your time and money are valuable; make sure that you are not wasting it having a miserable time on the course. Golf lessons will help you enjoy this sport to the fullest.


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