Intro: Stan Sayers

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Intro: Stan Sayers
Category: Psychology
Sub-Category: Distance

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Video Golf Tip | Intro: Stan Sayers
By Stan Sayers

Hi, I am Stan Sayers, Director of Instruction for McGetrick Golf Academy and I have been a Professional since 1982 and a PGA Member since 1986 and been teaching since 1984. My major influences in teaching are Mike McGetrick, Mike Bender, Jim McLean, Mac O'Grady, Dick Harmon and Butch Harmon. My basic philosophy is based on physics, believing that an object swings its fastest at 90 degrees to its axis. I like to see the club swing around the spine and around the body and believe it works that it works in power in this manner. We have a series of tips for you viewing and for your enjoyment and if you like you can contact me here at the Academy in Denver, Colorado if you have any questions or I can assist you further. We have a fine array of different golf schools and individual instruction and we would be happy to help you. Thank you very much for viewing.


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