Scott brings an extensive background in modern teaching fundamentals. Having trained at the world-renowned David Leadbetter Golf Academy, he has observed and studied players of all ability levels. Scott has coached professionals on six different tours worldwide who have combined to earn more than $4 million in prize money. He has also led players to collegiate victories at the Division I and II levels.
Scott created and developed the Learning Center at Country Club of the South in conjunction with the Mizuno Test and Research facility before joining Canongate in 2006. He most recently has worked with Nike to help develop their new 360 Degree Club Fitting System.
I've taken a 360-degree approach to coaching players, one that focuses on perfecting set-up fundamentals so the body can make repetitive movements. The core movement is adapted to all shots from driver swings to putting strokes and produces repeatability, consistency and reliability, three things that are required for game improvement.
“I worked on what Scott told me in my swing analysis and tips over a weekend and made some progress with my golf game. I actually holed an 8-iron from 160 yards on the first hole in my next round ... I am starting to feel less like an unfolded lawn chair and more like a golfer again.”
“After working with Scott onlin4, I shot a round of 79 and was averaging around 300 yards on my drives while hitting 10 of 13 fairways. I'm so thankful for Scott's help and tips. They have truly helped me make better contact as well as play a lot more consistently. I've told my friends to try him out!”
Here's a drill from LPGA Tour Great Annika Sorentstam to those players who tend to fall back before impact, or tend to hit behind the ball, therefore not making solid contact. Learn how to shift your weight correctly by making ...