It is a brave new world for all types of learning. Online golf instruction videos are no exception. But how do you know which ones to choose? An online search results in extensive opportunities for golf instruction, and a good deal of it is free.
Replacing one-on-one instruction with online video learning is not wise, but supplementing your instruction and re-enforcing it is smart.
So what are some good videos to help you?
Adam Young has created an online course named Strike Plan to help golfers improve their game. Author of the bestselling, The Practice Manual: The Ultimate Guide for Golfers, Adam challenges golfers to figure out how to improve through performance games, experimenting, and a change of mindset. Adam’s committed to continuous learning and thinks that the future of golf will include more than technical learning.
Mark Crossfield has a YouTube channel dedicated to online golf instruction. His style combines knowledge and fun, a winning combination that has more than 200,000 golfers tuning in weekly. His videos are excellent, and fun to watch. He cares deeply about the game, and uses his instructional videos to help golfers to do the same.
Codie Walker founded Golf Science Lab to “document the truth about golf and bring you the research directly from the scientists and researchers.” His website and YouTube channel offer a collection of well-researched articles and podcasts and offers some of the latest information relevant to online golf instruction.
Mark Immelman hosts a good golf podcast called On the Mark. Mark interviews some of the best minds in the world of golf, people like Sergio Garcia, Tony Finau, Robbie Failes, and Bobby Clampett, to name a few. This podcast is an extensive library of interviews that will teach anyone who listens a lot about golf.
Andrew Rice is a popular online golf instructor who has a knack for communicating. His video presentations are well thought out and packed with valuable information. He focuses on results rather than style and has a well-researched golfing website and channel. He offers golfers functional drills and simple explanations of complicated subjects.
Golf is a complicated game and no one person has the right answers for everyone. The people above do their homework and offer well researched, honest information. If you are searching for tips on your game online, these instructors are a great place to start. If you find one that speaks to you, good things will happen.
The ClubSuite Team