Bob Byman

Bob Byman competed in top junior, amateur, collegiate and professional golf tournaments during his competitive years. Throughout his competitive playing career he amassed 90+ victories including a USGA Junior championship, two NCAA team championships, multiple major amateur tournaments and 6 worldwide wins on the major professional tours around the world including the 1979 Bayhill Classic, five national Open Championships and a 7th place finish in the British Open. During this incredible run he was ranked in the top twenty-five in the world for three consecutive years. His accomplishments have earned him lifetime member status for the PGA, Champions, European, and European Senior Tours, culminating with induction into the Colorado Golf Hall of Fame.

After his playing career he took his knowledge to transition into teaching and coaching, which he’s been doing for the past 27 years. His experience and expertise in competitive golf combined with his teaching and coaching abilities make for an unparalleled resume. His knowledge of the game, his gift to communicate the learning experience and his passions for teaching and coaching set up for a unique skill set that allows all of his students to quickly optimize their individual talents. For individual lessons, golf schools, golf camps, player evaluations for potential investors, corporate outings and speaking engagements call (702) 862-0708, or click here. Get Bob's book "The Absolute Best Grip in the World" available now on Amazon.

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A Case Study Comparison: What Do The Greatest Player and Ball Striker of All Time Have In Common?

Every player that has dominated the sport while in their prime, each winning 7 major championships or more, have done the fundamentals that I teach and have discussed in all of my previous articles. Understanding these fundamentals and working them

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Building A Perfectly Repetitive Natural Swing Motion

The unloading motion, most basically, is a reflexive movement – the load unloads. It starts when the player senses that he/she has all the stored energy built up in the loading motion necessary to hit the desired result. There is

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The Loading Motion

Before we start be sure to review My 10 Conclusions That Led to a Breakthrough, and here’s some definitions to think about for today’s lesson: The MASS is the club, hands, arms and all muscles related to the movement of

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