Full Swing

Who has a good swing?

Matthew Wolfe, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, John Rahm?

What makes a good swing? Although the tour players named above all have different swings, they are all good at one thing... repetition. A 'good' swing is one that can be repeated by nobody else, other than yourself. If you can repeat the same swing, over and over again, you'll be winning more and more trophies!

Professional or Amateur, we all have a different swing. Some of us have physical limitations, some of us are fit as a fiddle. Therefore as a PGA Professional, it is my job to help you find the best way to repeat a technique that suits you. An effective technique provides accuracy, maximizes power, avoids injury and most importantly, provides consistency (repetitive).

The Full swing, is when the shaft reaches a parallel position to the ground and ball to target line, like in the picture of me to the right. However, (open the flood gates for discussion) John Rahm who has been a great addition to the game of golf, has a slightly shorter back swing, is that a bad swing? No, he is able to repeat it.

What I'm trying to say is, you can have the ugliest golf swing going, but if you can repeat it, you'll create consistent shots and therefore provide consistent scores. 

For more information or to discuss your options to a consistent swing, contact me via the social links below or through my contact page above.



Joe Hibbert

"Got brought a block of lessons as a gift and saw my game improve massively after every lesson and would 100% be looking to buy myself some more."

Freddie Lackford

“Really informative teacher, who is clear and easy to understand. Visual aids he provides are top of the range and very useful” 

Claire Fennelow

"I had a series of lessons with Danny during the summer/autumn of 2020 and found him to be a great teacher. Extremely patient and always able to find several ways to explain techniques until it ‘clicked’. Full of ideas, calm and engaging."


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