NAVIGATING THE PREMIUM SITE!

wisdomin golf Shawn

"OH NO! ARE YOU SERIOUS? Don't tell me that you are not subscribed and that you are going to miss out on this amazing video that will show you how to drive the ball long and straight!?

Shawn Clement, one of the top 20 youtube teachers and the only one recognized for teaching without body part or positions, drives the ball over 300 yards both right handed and left handed and breaks par from either side and is also the only one who ever qualified and played world ranked events with 1/2 left and 1/2 right handed clubs in the same bag! He is the ultimate expert on golf instruction!

He and his team will show you how to play to your full potential with our Online Golf Lessons Academy...

Check Out our Subscription plans for the complete Golf Video Series with Shawn.

You are a member! LOGIN here

0 0 vote
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
21 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
mickey@hillsdaleterminal.com

Greeting Shawn,
Through the years I’ve been one that has looked at way too many different sources for golf instruction. It was easy to become confused with conflicting information out there. I’m really going to make an effort to stick with your instruction and stay away from other sources.

I’m starting to see some improved ball striking with irons and am getting to the point where I can once again start to work the ball both with a fade and draw. It is amazing how many times on the course that I catch myself blacking out. Black Out = less than desirable shot every time. Although the misses are much better now.

I’m still struggling to create clubhead speed with minimal effort. I’ve gotten back to 110 mph with the driver, but the strain level is really high to get there.

I still seem to be confused regarding how to use my legs for power. It seems like when I try to utilize my legs more I think I’m early extending more. Any wisdom on how to use the legs without getting back to early extension?

Stewart Kent

I agree entirely Mickey there is such a thing as too much information. Stick to one good source and non better than Shawn. As an artist I am inspired by many painters. I have hundreds of books and probably 30 DVDS but if you are not careful this can lead to confusion as all artists have their own way. Studying the working methods of too many people in art can delay your progress and so it seems with golf instruction. I am returning to golf after many years absence but I am determined from the outset to stick with Shawn who after all covers all aspects of the game and learning process brilliantly.

golfdegenerate@gmail.com

Hi Shawn, how do you know when a task isn’t working for you? How do you know if it’s the task itself or something with setup, focus or something else? How long should you stick with a task before moving on to another task?

mslu62@gmail.com

Pretty cool stuff.

martlec2013@gmail.com

Hi Shawn. Great initiative. I’m a new member and submitted my first swing review yesterday mentioning that I felt like I was drinking from a fire hydrant. I’m looking forward to get easy access to the different concepts you are regularly referring to (tasks, goldielock, perpetual swing, throwing the club, etc.). Looking at the various comments on the site, I’m confident that this is a great place to learn but, like most of us here, I’d like to be able to quickly find the elements which will help me improve the most. Thanks

riverqi@verizon.net

Great example of kaizen or constant improvement you embody that in your teaching which inspires me to do the same in my learning Peace

Michael Vinton

Hey Shawn. Thanks for the reorganization. You mentioned in this video that be closing down the face Muse result was keeping the ball straight away in the fairway most of the time but he started hooking the ball.

I’ve also closed down the face and the result with hybrids and long irons has been dramatic. After watching your last video I tweaked it a bit more and I’m having a problem hooking my wedges….bad. My wedges have always been money for me. Is it as simple as opening the face a bit more and not getting the hands as much in front? I’m baffled.

Thank you Shawn.

Mike

bluzbiker@gmail.com

Shawn,

I agree the explanation of how the content is organized is a tremendous upgrade and will help us find the relevant video. Committing to a task is essential. I try to practice many of them but at the time I am playing I do not have a primary task. I think there should be a main task then have the ability to use the required task. For example, I relate to hammering, in practice I throw the club with extreme accuracy but you need to peel carrots if on the cart path.

dschulz@skyline-ats.com

Great video! Just wondering if there is a video that discusses the various levels of membership. For example, what exactly is Eagle… and what does this give you? What is a review like? I have been thinking about it, but not sure what it is.

ajlacombe@gmail.com

Shawn – your teaching has been fantastic – the Eagle Level has been awesome as well. During our lockdown I have gone a bit overboard with practice since I have a hitting mat and net and an artificial green in my yard.

Practice is so much easier when you have things to work on. I have come up to speed with Wisdom In Golf at this point and sending you my video clips has gotten me into the habit of videoing my swing every time I feel like I have made a change – even though most times it barely looks different, it really helps to see what is going on from straight on and down the line.

Now that I have a purpose for practice, I hit about 500 balls a week, chip a similar amount and putt for many hours. My scoring on the course has really shown an improvement with all of this. I can not recommend your teaching more highly – the Eagle membership is well worth it.

Thanks for all you guys do and a shout out to Reece 🙂

Andy

kevin.kansanback@gmail.com

Hey Shawn,

This is great! I’m thankful that you guys are thinking through how to navigate the plethora of content available. This is a bit of the info I was missing. Sometimes, I miss the forest for the trees, and to have it laid out is helpful. I would say you could probably even streamline it a bit more and be just rediculously explicit:
Step one: Find your task – (then list task videos); Step 2: choose your picture (flight, setup, plug-in, whatever); Step 3: fine-tune…etc. I know you just spent this video essentially doing that, but something that is just so direct can help the newer people put it all together.

You guys do such great work and I have learned so much, Please don’t take the above as criticism, just potential things to think about.

Thanks again!

21
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x