September 9, 2009
Having been raised by one, I've always been drawn to great teachers wherever I find them.
Jeff Ritter is a young golf teaching professional in the Phoenix area who combines excellent analytical ability with formidable communication skills to provide some of the best golf swing instruction that I've seen on the Web.
In this 10-minute video, Ritter shows how, over the course of a week, he improves the swing of a low-handicap amateur golfer who had come to Phoenix to work with him. In so doing, Ritter takes a good golf swing and turns it into a very good one.
Here are some more Ritter teaching videos, generally 1-3 minutes in length, that focus on various aspects of the golf swing. This is a wonderful example of how a talented teacher is using the Web in innovative ways to reach thousands of students who would not otherwise have access to his insight.
Some other sites in which to discover great teachers:
Posted by Tom at September 9, 2009 12:01 AM |
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