Golf Fundamentals | Learn the basics well, from a pro coach.

Rapidly learn how to golf with these practically taught golf fundamentals of posture, grip, club selection, and swing.
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  • Lectures 29
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 12/2015 English

Course Description

Frazer Bond is going to take you through the fundamentals of Golf.

You will learn about Posture, Grip, and Swing, fully illustrated with different camera angles, and photographs.

You will master your back swing and forward swing with a full breakdown until impact, and then drills to ensure you build the muscle memory required to hit each ball perfectly.

You will then be guided around New Zealands incredibly sceanic international course at Gulf Haurbour - well in particular, the 16th hole. You will be stepped through two different strategies for playing the hole from teeing off till putting including some ettiqute along the way.

At the end of this course you will confidently be able to play a round of golf knowing that you are building on a tequnical foundation that will not only help you enjoy the game, but may serve as the first step in your golf career.

What are the requirements?

  • Need one golf club, any type.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Correct posture & Grip for healthy injury free golf
  • Have basic understanding of golf equipment
  • Knowledge of shot types & where to use them
  • Practice golf effectively on your own
  • Learn drills to create muscle memory for correct swing, grip, posture, and impact.
  • Be able to tee of and play!

What is the target audience?

  • This course is desgined towards complete novices through to basic beginners. Key fundamentals will be taught that can always be applied at any level of player. This course would help no knowledge golfers or starters the most.

What you get with this course?

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Curriculum

Section 1: What are you going to learn!?
Welcome to Golf 101
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Section 2: The Static Start
04:22

In this lecture we take a look at a basic natural grip. A fundamental of golf that connects us to the golf club.

03:10

Learn the correct stance that will lead to longevity in golf and injury free play. A skill that seems easy to learn but the hardest to master.

5 questions

Quick quiz for key points to remember

Section 3: Dynamic Movements
03:08

A few key fundamentals of mine that a beginner must have in mind when learning how to "Load the Gun" and build an efficient back swing.

02:35

Lean how to swing from the Top to Finish. Get smooth flow for quality shots and get yourself ready to hit a golf ball.

Dynamic Movement
4 questions
Section 4: Impact, How do I get a ball in the air?
02:33

Lean how to generate ball flight through fundemantals of striking by creating downward force. Getting "down" on the ball or impact.

Section 5: What can I do now to Improve rapidly as a beginner
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Question: Why can't I just go swing at thousands of balls in till I'm good?

Answer: You can't learn a language in a day. Being able to read a word doesn't mean you know how to pronounce it correctly.

Use drills to break down parts of a swing to assist you to learn faster.

Drills are helpful tools to develop a player’s ability rapidly. They are designed to teach good techniques and brain function when holding a golf club or in any sport using an implement to strike. A marathon runner doesn’t sit on the couch for a month, and then run a marathon. They eat right, train every day, and build themselves towards the run. Runners run. Tennis players serve. A basketballer shoots. A footballer kicks. A cricketer throws. It’s the same with your golf swing. Every one of these players practices replicating a movement, in sections, or as a whole movement.

Learning exercises and drills need to replicate the full swing in parts then – they need to flow together. Once again remember Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will your golf swing.

Enjoy your practice time have fun!

02:06

A drill to teach you dynamic skills during swinging the club, as rotation, timing, sequencing, keeping level and release.

01:38

Lean a great drill for muscle memory on a back swing. Perfect to do durning nights or a wet day.

01:30

Drill desgined to tach a level head to keep the swing path online.

02:33

Weight transfer exaggerated drill to create a feeling for timing and sequancing thus creating smooth power and quality strike.

01:53

Center of gravity is applied to all sports. Learn a basic dynamic drill to improve balance and get an understanding for "planes" for future expiation on golf knowlodge.

02:35

A great drill to work on strike, power and hand - club - eye cordination.

Section 6: What is Golf Equipment & how do I use it?
03:29

Find out some basic infomation why you have so many clubs in your bag. With wich ones you can or should use.

02:22

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01:30

Chipping a key component to the game and one of the most accurate shot game shots, learn what a chip look's like and where to apply it when it is needed.

Why do you stand with your feet together? That's not what you taught me!

3 questions

A quiz desgned to assit you choosing the right clubs

Section 7: How to play tee to green for a complete beginner
02:59

Where do you start a hole? Find out in this section

Out of the Rough
01:55
01:09

Bunkers as a beginner are irreverent, If you get in one have a few tries and if it dosn't get out, thow it out! here we will lean a basic rule to bunkers.

Short Game - Pitching at a Green
01:33
Saving from a Bunker & Basic Bunker care
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01:49
Putting
01:01
Playing a Hole
5 questions
Section 8: Putting Basics
02:26

Look here for quick tips for putting. Learn basic head postion from down the line and how to read a break on a green.

My Putting Bible
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Section 9: On course Etiquette
Key Tips & To-Dos Before, on, and off the course
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A quick guide to get you moving along on the golf course! Don't be sceard enjoy the fresh air and keep moving forward!

Where not to Stand
01:34
Section 10: Congratulations and Farewell
00:54

Well done! Congratulations!

See you later,

Frazer.

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Instructor Biography

Frazer Bond, PGA Trainee Professional III

I have been lucky enough to grow up in an area of New Zealand with the only golf course to host a world cup of golf. At a young age I attended junior lessons and stopped playing at the age of 14 on a handicap of 28 and took up competitive snowboarding. At 18 I finished school and become a bar manager at a night club that I became to loath the life style of dark nights whilst still trying to snowboard. By 19 I had dislocated my shoulder 10+ times I had to give up my dream of snowboarding. I started playing golf whilst working as a bar manager at the world renown course and within a year applied to be a professional golfer. Accepted in 2013 and now am heading into my final year of my apprenticeship. I enjoy teaching and have had some local playing success and now golf has rapidly become my life. I have now been lucky enough to meet new people from my profession and choices to mould myself a positive career and lifestyle. Now looking though teaching to create more teacher friendly courses to assist other to learn as quickly as I did.

Instructor Biography

Joel Young, NEWinsight. You will learn something new - guaranteed.

NEW skills. NEW techniques. NEW insight. If you don't learn something new and relevant, get your money back. That's my UDEMY promise.

Drawing on over 2000 hrs of face to face counselling with individuals, couples, teenagers, families and businessmen, I have put together many practical, in depth, and effective workshops. These have proven interesting, digestible, and most importantly, useful.

Enjoy!

I am an experienced Counselor, Coach, & Communicator. Director of NewInsight and Associate at Blacksmith Consulting

I am fairly new to udemy, so please help me help you! I welcome questions or suggestions.

Thanks!
Joel Young

LinkedIn Recommendations:"Joel is an excellent presenter who knows his subject well. He conveyed some difficult topics in a comfortable manner and is very approachable. His passion for the course taught and thought/planning put into it was always evident. Highly recommended! "

"Joel is a passionate and committed individual. He is an entrepreneur, who is committed to seeing not only his own visions, but the visions of others realized in full. He is a man of integrity and insight and I would be delighted to work with him on any project, anywhere in the world."

Qualifications:Bachelor's Degree in Counselling, Full Member of NZCCA

2200+hrs face to face counselling experience
1000+hrs of group facilitation, & leadership development

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