Is poor putting costing you lots of shots per round? Let's start lowering your putting strokes today with lessons from the worlds leading putting coach Phil Kenyon. His client list contains some of the biggest names in golf inclduing Justin Rose, Tommy Fleetwood and Henrik Stenson. This is your opportunity to learn from the very best in the world!
The Push Bias series focuses around players who tend to push the ball to the right (right handed player). With Phil Kenyon we have designed a coaching package to identify and fix your Push Bias to ultimately lower your scores and handicap. There are a selection of drills and tips to work with in these classes and they are able to be perfomed with minimal equiptment!
How to identify your bias
How a push is generated
How you should set up
How your lead arm interacts with the putting stroke
How to correctly use your torso in the putting stroke
This class includes 11 instructional videosand and loads of practice drills to support your training
Phil Kenyon is currently the most respected and sought-after putting coach in the world. His clients include the likes of Justin Rose, Francesco Molinari, Gary Woodland, Tommy Fleetwood and Henrik Stenson. Travelling constantly with the PGA Tour and the European Tour, Phil doesn’t currently have time to offer private lessons.
Watch the interview of Phil Kenyon
Phil is undoubtedly the number 1 putting coach in the world e.g. his past or present pupils comprised seven of the 12-man 2018 European Ryder Cup team.
In Phil Kenyon's experience, every golfer has a bias to either pull or push the ball. This great test will point you in the right direction and begin your journey to lowering your putts per round.
How much impact does your body position have on your alignment and your perception of what is straight?
Phil explains some key features to look for in a putter and why your putter may be bad for you.
One of the more common mistakes amateur golfers make when putting fixed easily by Phil in this great lesson.
A demonstration of great setup and some key tips for you to take to the practice area.
A brilliant analysis of a good backswing and a great drill for you to try at home.
Could this be causing your push? Here is an easy fix for a poor follow through.
Poor rotation can lead to a push, here are two drills to help fix this problem.
Using the wrists can be hugely ineffective, watch how this drill can help you.
Help irradicate the dreaded toe strike with this excellent drill.
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