The secrets were uncovered during the late 1920’s when Leslie King, founding father of the modern swing, began developing his ideas which formed the first theory and method of teaching the golf swing. He wanted to move on from the imitative tradition of learning and teaching golf, and decided to apply a more principled form of analysis to the golf swing. These principals are at the core of Swing Factory coaching and unlike Leslie King who had to rely on his quick eyes we now have state of the art golf simulators with video camera interactive teaching systems. So each student gets a personal progress folder with video, notes and drills detailing how to make their perfect swing. This enables them to self-diagnose and put things right on the course if they start to go wrong – golf’s Holy Grail.
The image captured from video on the left is of a pupil swinging ‘before’ receiving tuition. Notice the hands and club have moved across the body and are no longer visible. This action is incorrect and leads to the dreaded slice that sadly affects too many golfers and often ruins their enjoyment of the game. The second image is the same position in the swing captured ‘after’ tuition. This is correct and leads to consistent powerful straight golf shots. See how well the student compares to the top tournament pro on the right. This was achieved in one lesson because the coach delivered the best instruction in the right way.
If you watch a game, it's fun. If you play it, it's recreation. If you work at it, it's golf." Bob Hope