I'm always looking for ways to improve my golf game and like most golfers, I'll try just about anything. Like most golfers, I don't have the time or money to invest in lessons or joining a club so I look for other options. Fortunately, I was contacted by PGA Director of Instruction in Wisconsin, Brant Kasbohm.
Fix Your Game
Brant recently started an online golf swing analysis website called fixyourgame.com. The idea behind this is players can video their swing, submit their swing and Brant will analyze it. The cost is minimal compared to what lessons cost and it takes much less time. I took (actually I had AJ worked the camera) video of my swing one day at the range. See below:
The video last 3:13 and features my grip, a side view of my swing and a back view of swing. This allows Brant to see it from all angles and make an accurate analysis of my swing. Simply send it to him in an e-mail or use YouTube to post it and he can get it.
What Does it Cost?
This is obviously one of the first things I asked. The cost of an analysis at fixyourgame.com is reasonable. If you purchase one "lesson", it's $19.95. For two, it's $29.95, and a five pack is just $49.95. The lessons are transferable so they make a great gift for someone and they don't expire. If you have a larger group just ask Brant and he'll work something out with you.
Does it Work?
It's too early for me to tell but after seeing my analysis he points out a few things that are easy to correct and if I work on it, will help my golf game. The key is doing what he says and not watching the video once and expecting to get better.
All lessons are back by a 100% Money Back Guarantee. If your game does not improve after working on what Brant suggests, you get your money back.
I used my Flip Video Camera to take the video which was easy and clear. You just need a steady hand and a few minutes of your time. I recommend buying a "two pack", go to the range with a fellow golfer and video tape each others swing. This way you can both benefit and save some money.
You can also visit the FAQ page for fixyourgame.com to get more info.
Notes: This is Part I of a 3 part story. Check back tomorrow to see the actual analysis of my swing AND win a Free Golf Lesson! That's right, a free golf lesson from Fixyourgame.com!
Disclaimer: I was contacted by Fixyourgame.com and offered a free analysis. The opinions I express are my own and not necessarily what anyone at fixyourgame.com thinks.