The average handicap has not improved significantly over the last 25 years, even as golf ball and club technology continue to improve. This is because most amateurs do not improve their swing. One of the biggest problems that most amateurs make in their quest to improve their swing is to try one ‘tip’ after another. But if you haven’t diagnosed the problem and what is causing it, the tip may actually create more problems instead of correcting it.
I believe that the best way to improve your golf game is through proper analysis of your swing and instruction on how to correct any swing flaws.
Neil has recently acquired a new high-tech teaching aid, the K-Vest. This device, with wireless military sensors and motion software, tracks real-time parameters during your swing. This includes the angle and speed of rotation of hips, torso and hands, dynamically during the swing. Neil states, “With this equipment, I can help the student to maximize his or her body position to maximize the kinetic link. The kinetic link is the body’s ability to create maximum speed and power by properly sequencing body movement.” Neil is currently one of two Level 1 instructors in the state (there are only 22 nationwide) and the only one in the Houston area to invest in this technology for his students