Golf Swing Analysis: Tommy Gainey PGA Tour

By on May 10, 2014

In this video we take a look at the functional swing of Tommy Gainey.  It’s swings like this that should help teachers and students learn what matters.

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Rob Bowser, Lead Staff Instructor at the Reynolds Golf Academy, Greensboro, Georgia. Rob works with Golf Digest Top 50 Golf Instructor, Charlie King. Rob has worked with 5 Top 100 Teachers, notably he worked as World #3 Instructor, Jim McLean's Personal Teaching Assistant. A true student of the game. Rob has taught for over 15 years, He was nominated for GOLF Magazine's ”Top 100″ & Golf Digest ”Top in State”. He has worked with Professionals, Developmental, College, and Top Ranked-Juniors. He has competed Professionally on the Gateway Tour, was Captain of the University of Maryland Golf Team, and was ranked as one of the Top 50 Junior Golfers in the United States.

Hometown: Boston, MA
College: University of Maryland, Captain Men's Golf Team
Graduate School: Babson College, MBA
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4 Comments

  1. Nick Dentino

    May 27, 2014 at 10:39 pm

    I love Gainey. Now I like him even more cause I can respect his belief system, which is essential to make it on tour. Great insight in regards to shut faced players and needed shaft lean at impact. Also enjoyed the lag and lowering vs throwing it and standing up commentary. Keep up the great work down there.

  2. Scott

    May 28, 2014 at 1:53 pm

    Rob –

    So great to see these posts. It is unreal how much you have helped my golf game. I can’t wait to get back to Reynolds to work with you again. For the first time in 25 years of golf, my game is progressing forward and my scores are dropping dramatically. Thanks again!

    • Rob Bowser

      February 10, 2015 at 9:26 am

      Thanks Scotty, I hope you can get back down here soon.

  3. Greg

    June 1, 2014 at 3:21 pm

    Great comments. I’m a big fan of Gainey. His swing brings to mind days when you could tell who a player was from 300 yds away just by looking at his swing.
    It takes special type of teacher to recognize that good results can be accomplished without the textbook swing and/or body type. Kudos to you, Rob, for having that talent.

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