“Eric – this is by far the best explanation of arm/club position during hip rotation. Others may teach the same thing, but it clicked during your vid. Thanks.” -Jerry Thomas

“In my opinion, THE BEST instructor on the Internet at the minute. I’m not exaggerating one bit when I tell you that I play better EVERY SINGLE TIME that I go out to the course when I’ve watched and practice the latest tip. Best YouTube discovery I’ve made. Fabulous.” -Ian Robertshaw

“Eric, your instruction makes sense. I think this move will help me transfer my weight which is one thing I need to improve on. You’re the best instructor on YouTube!” -Peter Glover

“One of the best videos I’ve ever seen!” -Fraser Carnihan

“Thanks Eric! Great video!!! Your videos are helping me a lot to better understand and improve my golf! Thank you!” -Kum Yoo

“What a great explanation of something that is often made so complicated its not understood – Thanks Eric ” -Colm McCaffery

“Every video and subject he covers is spot on the best I’ve seen. This guy is going to be big one day” -Joe D

“Another great lesson/drill….I just love how your lessons have an explanation, but mostly a demonstration of the theory/objective…followed by a drill. Your talent for the game is obvious, but the talent to have the patience to understand the average golfer is really more a dedication to all of us that love the game but struggle mightily with it. Thank you…every lesson is a nugget of gold.”  -Wreckim

“Eric, I came across this video last night by chance and couldn’t believe how pertinent it was for me. I have struggled for years with the toe hits and couldn’t understand why. Your video made sense to me so today I tried your drill for about 10 minutes on the range. OMG, every hit was flush. I then went and played and shot my best round of the year. Not one toe hit! Thank you, thank you. It’s the first time that I have seen this explanation for off center hits of the many videos on YouTube.” -Garry Meads

“This is 100% mex. High handle, early extension. Thanks Eric – your videos are fantastic!” -Craig Josh

“Hi Eric. I am new to golf but I have watched enough videos to distinguish how great an instructor/a coach you are. You are absolutely fantastic. Right to the point. I enjoy watching your videos and then practicing them later. Thank you for sharing your skill with us.” -sk kay

“Teacher of the year! 100%. People’s choice.” -Andrey Stoy

“I really appreciate your videos. I’ve learnt so much in such a short space of time. Killing it dude” -Jonathan Wood

“Very helpful. I’m learning a lot!” -Blake Elliot

“Gonna set up my own range with a launch monitor and another screen with Erics videos on it. I bet it would get me to scratch in 2-3 months.” -cyuiyu wyguiyui

“This is the best explanation I’ve ever seen on lag. Big thanks Eric!”  -Anthony McKenzie

“Dude you are a totally awesome teacher! Precise and totally clear information.” -Greg Boggs

“You are the MAN. Like most people, I’ve always kind of wandered through these videos never sticking with any single series. Well I’m staying with you now, brother! Not sure what it is, but it clicks with me. Thanks and keep doing you!” -Max Anderson

“I have never heard lag explained in this way. It makes perfect sense. Thanks Eric!” -Ron Rund

“This has just changed my whole game! I have thought the same thing since I started 10 years ago! I came across your videos this past Sunday morning. I must have watched all of the wrist hinge/impact videos. I then went to the range even though I wasn’t playing golf that day. HUGE difference. The ball actually came off the face nicely instead of sounding and feeling like hitting a cannon ball. Thank you so much for the great videos, you have a very concise and interesting way of teaching!”  -BakerImageGroup

“Wow! Eric I love your videos. They are the best explanation of the golf swing that I have ever seen. I’m starting to understand how it works and what I need to work on. Thanks!”  -Rick Krieger

“Another great video Eric! Hope you never stop making them 😁 -Kader Fraser

“I think this video is so simple but very effective! I have always struggled with getting a good contact with my irons and this has helped my game very quickly. Thanks, Barry in the UK”  -Barry Hall

“Why can’t all golf instruction be this simple and clear? Why……. it’s called repeat business! Great video Eric”  -Mario Piluso

“Very excited to give this a go!! You have a very good way of explaining commonly misunderstood mechanics of the swing. TY Eric. This one definitely gets saved as a favorite.” -Stevo Stevopick

“Great advice and tips for a perfect takeaway. I have never heard that before.” -Harold Pohoresky

“That’s about the most useful tip I’ve seen on you tube. This move makes or breaks your swing. Nice drills! Thank you.” -Rohit Das

“Out of the plethora of videos I’ve watched on golf swing techniques, your explanation is very clear and to the point. Thanks.” -Main Sequence

“Eric, I’m a 61 male stroke recovery male. Your videos have helped me tremendously. Thank you. I also appreciate your passion for teaching the golf swing to young adults. Great job!” -Bob Butcher

“I have never been a roller but more of a one plane golfer.. Where the problem for me has always been is the body the boss or the hands and arms.. I tried the hands back today and then the body turn.. I was very pleased with the results.. Thank you.” -727sky

“Best take away video on U Tube.Much appreciated.Thank you!” -tman Tony

“I came across your videos by accident but very glad I did. Best common sense easy to follow lessons I have found. Dropped two strokes hcp recently.” -Ron Szukala

“My new Guru🙏🏻. Broke 90 for the first time in decades after implementing these keys!” -John Moore

“Clear concise help thanks” -Bogey Golfer

“Ive had this problem years, and many lessons have not fixed this. this man is a great teacher, i wish i lived nearer, top man. cheers Eric.”  -jonny cooper

“A great explanation and a wonderful drill. So simple but effective. Thanks Eric”  -Ramsay Mery

“Awesome!! Thanks for this info. Easy and applicable” -Phillip Leiba

“This guy is just full of nuggets…love the way he sees the game and love the analogies. The vid with tips for maintaining a flat wrist at impact completely changed my game. I now feel good about hitting irons off the tee thanks to the increased distance and crisp contact. Can’t wait to try this takeaway drill.” -southchicago06

“Awesome easy to understand teaching , tried these drills on the range and on course it’s already changed my game and confidence , and this swing method feels much more natural on the follow through I now find myself facing target with a much more relaxed swing and letting the club do the work , thanks Eric , best teaching pro on utube 😀🏌 -Tony Blower

“Wow! Great drill. Best drill ever for my golf swing. After working with the drills for a few minutes I hit the ball great. Now my confidence in ball striking is high. You are right Perfect Takeaway! Thanks so much”  -EK

“Clear and concise explanation of a problem that plagued me for years. Never heard the over-rotation of left forearm bit, but it makes perfect sense. As does the part about keeping the hands close to the right thigh in the early takeaway. Much other golfing goodness in there too. Thanks for the advice!” -Ian Booth

“I tried your take away last night in league and wow what an improvement in my game…picked up yardage and I hit a draw for the first time in a very long time…spot on and thanks for video”  -William Rolinski

“Although I’m a single digit handicap player, you have perfectly described my worst swing flaw…hands away from the body, internal rotation of the left forearm, and the clubhead inside the hands instead of outside. Lot’s of compensation and timing required to get things back on plane for the downswing. Thanks for two great drills to fix this. Can’t wait to try them”  -Les Cunningham

“Eric it is amazing how I see all the things I’ve “in-done” thru the years because of lack of Knowledge. I see a great future for you with the simplicity in which u keep everything. Thanks alot. To say, “Sometimes one has to correct a something in the grip, takeaway, or setup” to fix the effects that one is having just got me so charged up again. I hit a brick wall after a scramble tourney but now I see what happen. So to all those people like me who people always say, ” Hey, u have a beautiful, golf swing.” But r very inconsistent. This video or this guy is the one. Thanks Eric.” -Joe Griggs Jr.

“Fantastic tip. I just tried this drill and from the outset it has changed my drive and iron play. I much straighter and longer. Many thanks” -Haydn Maxwell


“Simple but brilliant”  -streetspirit2005


“Good stuff!. Great explanation and drills. This video will help a ton of golfers. So many over the top slicers have a backswing fault that looks like this. “ -Robert Osborne


“Another great video Eric. Stumbled across (and subscribed to) your videos a couple weeks ago and they’ve since taken top spot in my list. Simple concepts that are easy to incorporate into practice sessions. Responding to comments has been an unexpected nice touch also. Keep up the good work.” -Doug Verhun


“Love this tip. So simple and yet I have never heard it explained like this. I have always struggled with takeaway but never realised the cause which this video explains so clearly. Thanks Eric” -Michael Labiris


“Morning Eric, I’ve only recently discovered your channel, loving your content mate just great sensible advice, cheers mate” -John Templin


“I first learned the left wrist ulner deviation and supination movements made throughout the golfswing after reading Ben Hogan’s book The Five Modern Fundamentals Of The Golf Swing written in 1957. I thought I had found the real Ben Hogan’s SECRET of the golfswing. This is the first time I have heard a Golf Pro correctly explain it in such excellent detail. I want to thank you for your excellent explanations of the fundamental movements of the golf swing and your willingness to share your knowledge to others. You have the gifts of vocal and visual communication. Again, a big thank you for so unselfishly sharing your knowledge with others.” -John Golden