Si believes that coaching golfers how to consistently shoot lower scores is always the ultimate goal of instruction, performance and results are the keys. No matter the players handicap or ability, learning the game from the green back to the tee is how Si approaches instruction. Putting and wedge play are the most important factors in scoring.
Si always starts with the building blocks of your golf game: set up, posture and alignment. After that, your individual functional movement pattern, how your body moves, dictates what your swing and your shot pattern look like. Through a specific physical screening process, a TPI screen, Si gives his students the knowledge of their particular movement patterns and the understanding of the process of improving them.
He believes 100% in the TPI philosophy and the Body-Swing Connection; “TPI does not believe in one way to swing a club, rather in an infinite number of swing styles. But, we do believe there is one efficient way for every player to swing and it is based on what the player can physically do.” Si takes great pride in his students having the ability to self-diagnose and coach themselves through their own misses. This is done by giving the students simple information that all skill levels can understand and relate to through the use of visuals and technology. From the best players in the world, amateur champions, weekend warriors to novice and beginners, we all want to hit the ball farther and be more consistent in all aspects of our games.
Understanding that the road to better golf is always under construction is a key component in the process of improvement. Enjoying that improvement process, not expecting immediate results, is vital in improving and lowering our handicap.
When we combine smart work with hard work, keep a positive attitude and stay discipline in our practice with a quality over quantity mentality, the sky is the limit for every player. I hope to see you soon!
"When we combine smart work with hard work, keep a positive attitude and stay disciplined in our practice with a quality over quantity mentality, the sky is the limit for every player."