And the Winner is… Martin Kaymer The Players Championship 2014

By on May 14, 2014

Martin Kaymer won the 2010 PGA Championship, became the #1 player in the world and then decided he had to learn to “Draw” the ball to win the Masters. He started changing his swing with a new teacher and became too mechanical and lost his swing.

A perfect example of what we are talking about with Anti-Method Golf. You MUST stay with the part of your swing that is unique to you.

He is now fading the ball again and (surprise, surprise) is playing well again. Good for Martin. Watch the video below to see my analysis of Martin Kaymer.


Check out this article about how Martin resurrected his game Click Here


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  1. william brunson

    May 15, 2014 at 10:11 am

    great information on martin K. Could you give me so help on my golf swing. I stop my swing when I make contact with the ball.

    • Charlie King

      August 19, 2014 at 3:01 pm

      Thanks for the comment. Try the hinge to rehinge drill to get the feeling of the club travelling through the ball and not stopping at impact. In your mind the ball has to be light and jumpy, not heavy. Most golfers hit a ball as if it is heavy.

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