Podcast: The One Plane Swing

Podcast: The One Plane Swing

3 Golf Lessons for $150

3 Golf Lessons for $150

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Celebrating Opening of Golf Season!

The golf season has finally arrived and just about everyone I meet on the golf course tells me how anxious they are to tighten up their game. Yep… the golf bug has definitely bitten!

Maybe you want to gain more distance… fix that slice… or just play better golf so you can get your scores down. Whatever it is, I’d like to help you make it happen.

So, to get you off to a good start, you can get 3 golf lessons for $150 during the month of March!

That’s a huge savings of $55 off the regular price.

3-Golf lesson package includes…

  • Three 90-minute lessons
  • Before and after video with each lesson
  • Lesson book in print
  • Drills and techniques to practice on your own
  • Open-ended coaching

This sale is going on now, so if you’re ready to get your game tuned-up, reserve your spot today.





The Quickest and Easiest Way to Become a Great Putter

The keys to great putting are proper face angle at impact and an optimal path for the putter — so says pro golfer, Jim McLean. So to help you become a better, more confident putter, McLean, and his son Jon, developed a golf training aid called the Slot Trainer.

It consists of two pieces that help you achieve path and face angle by creating two “gates” — one for the ball to roll through, the other to alight the putter address and impact.

  • the Path Trainer will create the ideal path for your putter
  • the Ball Path piece has gates for your putter to swing through and a gate to make sure you’re starting your putt on your intended line

The Slot Trainer is designed for use almost anywhere — practice greens, office, den, bedroom, you name it — and it’s only 1/16-inch thick so it won’t interfere with your stroke.

  • Used by PGA Tour Players (Brooks Koepka, Charley Hoffman and Greg Chalmers)
  • Creates a Ball Path for getting your putts started online
  • Forms a Putter Path Gate for making sure the putter travels down the line
  • Great for indoor or outdoor use, right or left handed players
  • Includes the two base pieces and a small storage bag that fits in your golf bag

Slot Trainer - Golf Training Aid for Putting

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Ball Path

When the ball starts on your intended line, it gives you the best chance of going in the hole. Start it off-line and it will take a miracle to drop into the cup.

The Ball Path Trainer gives you two very important gates to assure the starting line of the ball…

  • The Putter Gate and Face Line makes sure you align the putter properly. Swing the putter through the gate and it’s a “sweet spot” impact.
  • The Ball Gate is the test if the putter face was square at impact. When you roll the ball through the ball gate, the ball is on the intended line. Hit a tee and you know the face has turned during the stroke; now you can make the proper adjustment.

Want to challenge yourself a bit? Set two golf balls on the larger holes at the opening, instead of tees. It adds to the difficulty and makes practice more fun.

Putter Path

The Putter Path Trainer is a template to help you set up your ideal practice station.

  • Line it up to the cup
  • Mark the correct face alignment
  • Remove the Trainer and you will see a perfect line for your putter.

Set up your ideal putter path. Insert tees in the slots to create a path for your putter to swing. You can use just one tee to reinforce what you want, or put tees in all four corners of your path.
Perfect face alignment and perfect path gates will help you setup properly and make your best stroke.

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Is Golf Good for Older Beginner Golfers?

Even if you’ve never picked up a golf club, starting now might be easier than you think

Older GolfersYour friends play golf, colleagues from the office have invited you out, and even your spouse has picked up the game. But you’ve never taken much interest in golf.

But now, you’re finally at a point where you’ve got more time on your hands and you’re starting to take a look at the game with a more serious eye. You notice that there seems to be a lot of interest in the game among people closer to your age than ever before.

Still, you’re older and you’ve never played before, so you’re wondering if it’s too late to take up the game of golf.

Nope. Unless you can’t move, it’s never too late. In fact, golf facilities and equipment manufacturers are catering to new golfers like never before. It’s actually a great time for someone considering taking up the game.

Golf is no longer considered just a hobby for retirement — it has become a more active and engaging sport.

People are drawn to golf for a variety of reasons — mainly because of family and friends — and most want to be good at it. So if you’re considering starting golf, let’s talk about what you need to consider to enjoy the game.

The questions that come up most often for those considering starting golf is — “…are there special considerations for lessons, equipment or courses to keep in mind?”

Sure, and I’ll go over each of these for you…

Should I take golf lessons from a professional instructor?

I definitely recommend it. Finding a qualified instructor and taking lessons is guaranteeing yourself some success. Golf is not an easy game to go out there and learn on your own, or from a well-meaning friend or family member. A professional instructor will save you a lot of frustration by helping you learn how to feel the correct motion in your golf swing and eliminate any bad habits you might be creating.

A professional instructor can also give an objective appraisal of your skill, help you set realistic and manageable goals, and provide you with the technical know-how you need to become a good player. He can spot your flaws and offer suggestions on how to correct them. He can personally assess what areas you need to work on, whether it’s your posture, alignment or swing control. And taking lessons can give you feedback on your progress, allow you to ask all the questions you have, and learn how to avoid injuries.

A golf instructor will tailor lessons to your needs and abilities, and deliver information in a way you you can easily understand, which will help you master your golf skills faster.

A few instructors will also videotape your lessons (as I do my students). Watching yourself swing and having it correctly dissected by a skilled professional is an invaluable learning tool. The work you do with a good instructor creates a unique dialogue of trust and respect while you’re building your game.

Read what my students say about my golf instruction →

Do I need an instructor who specializes in older golfers?

Not necessarily. What you need is an instructor who can show you how to get a natural, powerful swing — one that’s on plane according to your body’s own mechanics —that’s easy on your body and that can dependably deliver consistent shots.

What golf equipment will I need?

You’re going to need a set of clubs that fit you — meaning fit to your size, swing speed and strength. You don’t need to pay a bunch for them, though. Regardless of the set you choose, I highly recommend getting a custom fitting from an expert who can guide you into the right set for you.

A club fitting takes about 30–60 minutes and can cost $50 to $75, which most stores will credit back to you in the price of your set. The value of the fitting is in the time, frustration and money it can save you later. All too often I see beginners who buy a driver or a set of irons that doesn’t fit his/her personal characteristics… and they never really get the benefit of that club.

Don’t make this mistake. Most golf pros are able to help you with this important decision.

You might want to check out my take on same length golf clubs before you make a decision.

So I’ve had some lessons and I’ve got my clubs. Is it time to hit the links?

Some new players have this misconception that you’ve got to be able to play 18 holes before you ever walk out on a course, but that’s just not true. What I say is to relax, think about what you’ve learned from your instruction, and enjoy the game. Playing a round will get you into the flow of the golf course and a sense of what you’re doing.

You won’t be perfect — you’ll have some successes and some failures — and that’s okay. Enjoying your time out there is what it’s all about. As a beginner golfer, you can’t take a 20 on the first hole and have any fun. You just can’t enjoy yourself. So, if you hit a few bad shots and you’re struggling, pick it up and go to the next hole if you want. And if you’re playing with a group who think it’s wrong to do that, you’re playing with the wrong group.

What should I look for when choosing a course to play?

You’ll feel less pressure if you call up the course and say, “We’re a group of new golfers and we don’t have a lot of experience, but we want to come and play your course. When would be a good time of day when the course isn’t so busy and we wouldn’t feel rushed?” I see a lot of beginners who go out at the end of the day, thinking there won’t be much going on. But for a lot of courses, that’s the busiest time for singles or twosomes to go out — this is a time when a slow foursome really is in the way.

The golf shop will be able tell you the best time for you and/or your group to go out — it’s important to ask before you book a tee time.

As an older beginner golfer, is there any areas of the game I might see an advantage?

Definitely. Older golfers tend to be more level-headed, so you often learn to be a much better manager of the game out on the course. You have the maturity to play your own game rather than try to imitate one of the touring pros you’ve seen on TV. Most older golfers have the attitude that you’re going to play your own game and you don’t worry about what other golfers do.

Beginners often feel shy or embarrassed about using the senior or ladies tees. Should they?

Not at all. In fact, I think beginner players need to start using these tees more. Golf is not an easy game and one of the reasons many stop playing is because it’s too hard for them. So, as a new golfer, definitely go for the closer tee boxes. You’ll give yourself of much better chance of hitting the ball where you want it to go, and you’ll enjoy the success you get doing it.

Are there mental or physical health benefits of golf for older players?

Absolutely. Walking 9 holes or 18 holes gives you a great cardiovascular workout. Compare spending a couple of hours on the golf course versus being on a treadmill — I’m betting you’ll have a lot more fun playing golf! Also, being out on a golf course is a great way to relax and socialize with others.

Why Choose Bob Lewis for Golf Lessons?

My students say it best…

They consistently report a high satisfaction and success rate because the combination of my teaching methods PLUS the advantage of video technology has helped them not just fix a problem…

…they are seeing real, tangible results and improvement. And that leads to playing more golf because my students enjoy the game more.

I don’t just teach golf – I genuinely want you to become a more confident, consistent player so that you get more enjoyment from the game.

Don’t take my word for it. My students have a thing or two to say about their experience with me…

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Chuck Poquette, Sun Valley, CA: I watched both videos. Damn, I am impressed big time thank you Bob!!! You are the best teacher and make easy for me to pick it up. I know I have more work to do. Sunday at the driving ranch I was doing real good even my driver straight about 70 percent.

John Goodwin, Ventura CA: Bob Lewis was suggested to me by a scratch golfer that I know well and trust. He was not wrong in suggesting Bob. Right from the first lesson I knew that I was on to something good for my golf game. I have never been consistent and I never had confidence in my shot making. Bob showed me a set-up that I can duplicate with accuracy time and time again. I am still learning distant accuracy, but this comes with hitting the ball longer than I have in the past. One of the changes he made in my game showed up right away and that was putting. I know that if nothing else changes, I will take strokes off my game because of being a better putter. I now have confidence in what I am doing on the green. I’m still working on my driver. At 73 I still think I should be able to hit it out 250 yards, but I am more consistent and accurate. Bob has given me a game to work on. It’s only going to get better and that’s a fact!

Mark Nolan, Ventura CA: I signed up for a series of 24 lessons from Bob and couldn’t be happier with the results. After years of playing “at” the game of golf, (mixed results) with whatever swing felt right on a given day, I decided I needed a pro to teach me a swing I can stick with moving forward. Bob is that pro, and the One Plane Swing is that swing. I am still unlearning old habits, but I finally have a short checklist of things to remember for all aspects of the game, that I can use for life. I am going to continue to work with Bob to keep this going!

Jerry Morrill, Oxnard CA: Bob, I really did enjoy the lessons and I know I have improved. I even called Tom and Sandy Show and actually got to give you a plug on radio. I hope it helped you.

Sue Moore, Moorpark CA: My husband gave me the golf lesson package for Christmas. When I met Bob for the first lesson I knew we would get along. His approach to the game of golf is unlike so many other instructors. It should be FUN! Bob’s explanation of the golf swing helps you understand why and how things happen. The hands on lessons, written instructions and video analysis are all part of Bob’s method of teaching that provide you with a comprehensive learning experience. The videos are a great reference when things go wrong on the course! I would highly recommend Bob to anyone who wants to learn to play better golf and have fun.

Ray Andrews, Ventura CA: I took a lesson from Bob he addressed a lot of my issues in a short amount of time. I would highly recommend him to anyone needing some help.

Chris Neal, Oxnard CA: Hey Bob I hope you are well. I took a lesson with you in February and I did enjoy it. My overall impression was positive and the lesson went well over the allotted time which was fantastic. One particular tip was that my back foot was coming off the ground way too soon. Nowadays this is my major swing thought and my contact has gotten better. The online video is also great and still 8 months later it is useful. I would recommend you and I will likely be back.

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You can be like John, Mark, Jerry, Sue, Ray, Chris and hundreds of other golfers who have become more confident, seen lasting changes in their game, are getting lower scores, and enjoying the game a lot more.

You’ll find a friendly, supportive environment working with me. I love golf … I love people … and I’m confident you’ll have fun learning.

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Every testimonial on this site is true and correct as submitted by my students. Their results are individual cases and do not guarantee that you will get the exact same results because results vary widely and nothing works 100% of the time. If you follow and practice the proven methods I teach, you will see noticeable improvement in your game.