Martin Chuck – How To Hit A Golfball

Martin Chuck PGA Teaching Pro Phoenix

I’ve been writing over the last couple of months about some basic keys to making a great swing. Recently I’ve been getting some interesting daily videos from Revolution Golf about various aspects of the game – swing tips, nutrition and conditioning. It’s all high quality stuff and something I recommend you check out.

One of the instructors who frequently presents is Martin Chuck, a PGA instructor from Phoenix. I really like his presentation style; simple, direct and easy to understand. I went to YouTube and searched on his name to come up with a terrific video. In it Martin covers most everything I’ve been trying to explain, but he says it better and demonstrates every piece.

Do yourself a favor and take a look below. Take it to heart and you’re going to become a much better golfer than you ever thought possible.


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  • Thanks for recommending Martin. I agree that he has an easy to understand teaching style.

  • Martin does do some great educational golf instruction videos. He’s easy to understand and presents in a straight forward manner.

    I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend a lot of his stuff!

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  • John

    Troy, I’ll second that. Like his approach. He explains the swing without making it complex or esoteric. I recommend the video that goes with the article to any amateur golfer.

  • John

    There are a lot of good videos on golf instruction out there. You can get a lesson every day if you are so inclined.

  • John, might be worth reaching out to him via one of our “Quick 9” interviews. I usually ask 9 questions via email and he can answer you back – then post the interview. Doug

  • Anthony Lanfranchi

    Hi Martin ,
    Tony L. from Smithtown New York , Foundyou on utub and love you teaching style wish you were in my area , your a Golf teaching
    super star . keep up the great work . Thanks !