February 27, 2015

VIDEO: Be Consistent When Using Video

Brad Redding, the 2007 Carolinas PGA Section and six-time Tennessee PGA Section Teacher of the Year, is a PGA Master Professional and the PGA director of instruction at the International Club of Myrtle Beach in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina.

In this video, Brad discusses how golf instructors should set up and use their video equipment during lessons. Brad, who gives lots of video lessons each year, stresses that while it may not be as important to have an expensive camera or tripod, it is very important to remain consistent in where the camera and equipment is placed so that you can view each student’s golf swing in a constant manner from student to student and lesson to lesson.


If you would like to email the author of this Best Practice directly, please email brad@bradreddinggolf.com