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Swing Corrective instruction is the opposite approach. It is based on the notion that you first remove that one really destructive swing flaw that is sabotaging your golf swing. It usually results in faster improvement, at least in the short term, but can when used alone as most traditional golf teachers do, may fail to result in long term permanent improvement, especially for mid to high handicap players. Which method we use will depend primarily on the student's current skill level.
Swing Corrective instruction is almost always our starting point when working with advanced players (single digit handicaps). This is more a matter of "tweaking" a fundamentally sound golf swing and is very effective in a short amount of time. For mid to high handicap golfers, we usually start with the Fundamental approach but almost always include some time devoted to Fatal Flaw elimination as well - more of a blended approach. We have found that this blended approach is the most effective way for our students to start to see some degree of immediate improvement while also laying the foundation for long term, permanent improvement. Most traditional golf teachers use the Swing Corrective approach almost exclusively, which sometimes can result in little or no long term improvement for the student.