If you’re thinking about taking a SwingFix lesson, there’s a good chance that you’re interested in getting to know more about the various instructors you’re considering.
Many SwingFix instructors are quite active on Twitter, and they even interact with each other at times.
So in an effort to further introduce our audience to our teaching professionals, we'll scour the Twittersphere each week for the best instructor Tweets of the Week.
And, of course, feel free to follow these instructors yourself.
Mike Fay - @mikefaygolf 12 May: The world's best are ready to help you with your golf game. We call it Ask The Pro and it starts now on Twitter. #askthepro
Jamie DeKeuster - @JDeKeuster111 12 May: When it's a tight match, what do you think about to keep you from being nervous? #askthepro Focus on target & stick to routine
Jason Sutton - @golfgurutv 12 May: @mikefaygolf start with half of the ball above the driver. Check impact location frequently and adjust accordingly #askthepro
Bill Schmedes III - @BS3Golf 12 May: If I was Sergio I'd stick to the European tour. The fans in the states are horrible to him. Wouldn't be worth the headache for me. #players
Ed Oldham - @edoldhamgolf 14 May: Pool players plan their shots ahead. Good golfers do too. Figure out where you want to play your next shot from and play to there. #golf tip
Ed Oldham - @edoldhamgolf 17 May: Match your waggle to your swing. Your waggle can be a rehearsal of the first part of your backswing. It also reduces tension. #golf tip
Brandon Roby - @brobypga 17 May: My job is great when I can teach an 85 year old player to hit it far like he used to:) #growingthegameofgolf
Ed Oldham - @edoldhamgolf 19 May: In a bunker, for a good lie, open the face. If the ball is sitting down, square the face and if it is buried, close the face. #golf tip
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