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PGA Professional John Lombardo Teacher Of Golf High Level Golf Instruction Golf Lessons and Up-To-Date Timely Golf Techniques-From 1994-2014

My name is John B. Lombardo PGA professional Class A1, head golf and teaching professional at Dutch Hollow Country Club in Owasco, NY. The golf swing, teaching, giving lessons, instructing beginner, advanced and accomplished players, and learning what fuels and powers a consistent golf swing has always been a fascination of mine. I look for the engine that drives the swing!

I have been giving golf lessons for more than 20 years, and updating www.golfteacher.com since it went live around 1994, with great content that my lessons and students have taught me, as it relates to the evolution of the golf swing, to individual student needs and goals, and teaching golf and golf instruction.

Throughout my career as a teacher of golf and the game of golf, I have found that good fundamentals, are necessary to hit consistently good golf shots.

I use both high tech teaching equipment and observation. Watching your golf ball flight in regards to what you are doing in your golf swing is the key to any good golf lesson. High tech equipment is great, but only for the student who requires it. Most of us just want some simple, common sense help with our golf games.

On Golf Teacher.com, you will find golf swing drills I have developed during lessons as a teacher for strength, endurance, and control of the golf club and of your golf muscles. Some drills may seem a little unorthodox, but the drills will take you to the extreme reaches of your ability, to help you find a way to get the club moving in the proper direction. When you practice in the extreme, you have to repeat the swing moves in the proper way to get the golf club going in the right direction which gets the golf ball going where you want it to go.

If somebody, a golf teacher for example, would have offered lessons and told me 30 years ago when I first started to golf seriously, (and it is ok to take it seriously because I figure everyone’s goal is to play better, to do this you have to have a little interest) that there is one golf swing move to practice that will incorporate and nurture all other moves into a cohesive pattern that would produce good to great consistent golf shots, I would probably have been skeptical at best and figured there was no easy way to make this move called the golf swing. That is why I spent the last 30 to 35 years as a teacher, player, and observer while playing and giving lessons, trying to figure out how to hit consistent golf shots. And again, I never ran across anybody or any body of work as far as golf swing instruction that would lead me down the path to what I call good golf and good to great golf shots, consistently. Anything that is understandable, coherent, and to the point.

One great misconception about the golf swing is that it is something rreally complicated. One of my greatest assets as a teacher when giving a lesson is that I am able to reduce things to their lowest terms, to simplify things to make things understandable in common sense terms. I think I have found a certain key common to all great golf swings, and to all great ballstrikers, and good players. A key that is easily repeated, and that can in the end put all the other parts of your swing and body when it moves to swing where they belong.

I took my first golf lesson over 30 years ago, and only one other lesson from Mike Pedersen, a world renowned teacher at PGA National in Florida.

I use both high tech teaching euqipment and observation. Watching your golf ball flight in regards to what you are doing in your golf swing is the key to any good golf lesson. High tech equipment is great, but only for the student who requires it. Most of us just want some simple, common sense help with our golf games.

Over the years I have also used the GolfAchiever golf swing analyzer and launch monitor as well as my iPhone video camera and iPhone swing analyzation software. I have hit countless thousands of golf balls using this swing analyzer,

I started using video in my lessons as an instructional tool back in the early 1990′s. I have used many video systems that have evolved into taking video with an iPhone using the V1 system. I take and analyze video seamlessly in real time with no interruptions, right at the site of the lesson. It is a quick accurate system that gives, you the student, instantaneous feedback before you have a chance to forget the feel and results of the shots that we have on video. Video training has also helped me as a player, as it is always a new experience seeing yourself in real time on the screen. Pictures do not lie.

This summer I discovered a move that is common to all good players and Tour Pros, a golf swing key that will help me become a better teacher and improve your lessons. As a matter of fact, I have already incorporated this technique into my lessons, and helped golf students start to use it while playing. I would like to teach this golf swing move to you. It is a simple move, a simple swing key that will immediately put the rest of your golf swing into perspective. It has to do with staying connected at the beginning of the backswing.

I have heard it said that “you can lead a horse to water but you cannot make it drinK.” Taking a golf lesson or two from a qualified golff teacher that speaks to you in common sense language can improve your game and the quality of your shotmaking, thereby improving your scores.

Take a tour of Golf Teacher.com and look around. I hope you will find the content and information interesting and useful. 2014 can be your year to make it all happen on the golf course!