How do you make sure the golf tips you learn on YouTube really improve your golf swing and your overall golf game?

The first thing you need to establish is what exactly are you doing wrong with your golf swing and what specific drill or tip do you need to fix it.

Once you have this HOW you go about working on your golf swing is key. How will you know whether you are doing the golf drill or golf tip correctly?

Looking at the golf shot and the results is only a small part of the answer…You could be hitting the golf ball well simply because you have your eye in today.

Setting up a way to measure your practice session is the key to making successful changes and improvements to your swing. As opposed to thinking you are doing the right thing having tools in place to help you will help you maximise every practice session on the golf range.

Below are some examples of pieces of equipment you can use to monitor your practice session:

Budget Tripod

more coming soon, check back here soon…wanted to get the video out on time while I was away on holiday

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Thanks for stopping by. I created this website as a resource just for you to support you on your golfing journey as I know how tricky learning this game can be…to say the least!

I personally found learning the game too long and difficult in the early days. I read all the books, watched all the videos but my game was not improving. Then after studying various forms of neuro science, motor learning, psychology and personal development in less than two years I went from struggling golfer to the final stage of the Open Championship.

On YouTube and my personal website ( I will bring you the most up to date training, training that is getting tangible results for my clients right now. I don’t know where you are in your golfing journey, you could be just starting out or maybe your body isn’t as flexible as it once was or you’ve got ambitions to slash your handicap. Wherever you are I’ve created a place here you can learn, share your ideas, ask questions and get all the support you need to enjoy this great game.

Be prepared though. If its a quick fix you are after Im not your man. Here I will give you step-by-step advice that you can take straight to the practice ground and apply to the course but it will require you to get stuck in, screw up…a lot, practice some more and then watch those scores tumble

I’ve had the pleasure of coaching thousands of students all around the world and if you are up for the challenge and are ready to get in the game…LETS GO TO WORK!



  1. Hi Danny. Thanks for your great vids. I have searched for clips for middle handicappers and seniors like me (19,5) where you don’t take the divot after the ball.
    Because my pro told me that it’s hard to do if you’re not a pro or if you haven’t learned the difficult game in a very young age. He showed me that you have to bend your hips against the target at the same time as you turn. And I can see at my local club that noone can do it. We simply hit the ball (if it succeeds) right at the spot under the ball. In my case I often take the ground before the ball and that’s very frustrading. For me it is still "hit and hope" every time.
    How would you practise your swing for us middle-aged golfers. I would like to see that.

  2. Hi Danny, big fan of your work. I have had a beginners set of clubs for a long time. What clubs would you recommend for a handicapper of around 20 and improving. The ones I have are Cleveland CG4's with graphite shafts. I don't like them when I'm looking down on them. I'm ready for an upgrade. If anyone on here could throw some suggestions my way I'd appreciate it ??

  3. Excellent video, when ever I've had lessons the pro always uses a camera. The biggest problem with us part-time golfers is we go over the range and can't wait to get the driver out and see the ball go miles.

    I recently met a guy who used to be a pro in Australia and when he practiced he never usually used another more than a 7 iron

  4. There is a free app for ipad and iphone called "Hudltechnique" (formerly Ubersense). You can record and playback at 1/8 speed. You can draw lines on the playback video so that you can see if your body angle, head position etc is changing during backswing and downswing. It is brilliant. Available through the App store.

  5. Danny, you are so right. I got my wife to watch a drill you had suggested for the Catapult Method and then watch my practice. I was not even close, but I thought "gee I am good" thanks for the good advice (as usual)

  6. Danny, thought about what you say about how one feel about their swing and how they actually swing. I was at the range with my son yesterday and my balls were hooking. I was practicing your ‘V’ swing, and it baffled me. Ask my son to look stand behind me and look, and he said I was swinging to ‘11 o’clock and not 1 o’clock’. I felt I was swinging ‘1 o’clock’ but apparently not. Came home, and immediately ordered an iPhone clip so I can see my actual swing at all time. Again, thank you for the great tips. Keep them coming please.

  7. Tripod due this afternoon, weather looks goods, "shag bag" and practice balls at the ready, iphone charged plenty of memory available and practice area beckoning. Thx for the advice

  8. Totally agree. The more immediate feedback the better. I got a LiveView camera (I believe it is around $300 USD – little over priced for what it does), which feed into phone/ipad alike, so you can see yourself immediately, without taking your eye too far from the ball (you normally set the display right in front of you. The first time I use it, I saw how wrong my swing plane was. LiveView provides some tools to draw lines, replay, etc. I feel it is quite useful.

  9. Danny appreciate your good advice, but please keep it shorter & don't emphasis the negatives so much. Not what we are doing wrong but what we should be doing right, please? Monotonous monologue & waffle only makes viewers turn off.

  10. Good tips!
    I don’t want to carry a tripod to the range so I purchased a phone holder that I can clip on my golf bag. It’s always with me since it fits into a pocket of my bag, unlike a tripod would.

    The Hudl app has been a good choice for recording the videos.

  11. Danny I have been following you for quite awhile, back when you had 30k subs, I could never understand why more people were not following you, just a word to say I'm so glad for you nearing that 100k you definitely deserve it

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