Ross: You have helped me like no other instructor, and I’ve had quite a few lessons over the years. I now no longer hit the ball fat and by resisting with my lower body I have greater distance.
Thank you so much!
I am enclosing two records. Our foursome on Japanese Golf Tournament, we got First Place. I am the second from the right.
That was two weeks before your last swing analysis this week.
Now take a look on my today’s card. Amazing 86 gross, deducting my handicap 23 equals 66 net! John Tunes, my friend, told me that I was cheating in my handicap as he saw me to play.
I just said, thanks to great teacher – Ross Duplessis. People are getting around my notes.
Thank you for your wise guidance.
I take the opportunity to say, that I’m really happy with your site and feel that I’m on the right track – after quite some years of golf and lessons by local ‘pro’. I find your method much more simple and easy to do repeatedly – and with much better results too.
For your info, I’m a 13 hcp (woman) – senior! but still enjoying this wonderful game and optimistic enough to believe I can do better!
Thank you for your reply, and your very comprehensible site.
Thanks Ross! With help from your website, I am now playing the best golf of my life. Golf is fun for me instead of frustrating! Thanks for all you do, Ted
Ross – I have been playing golf for 40+ years, and after just watching your videos and less than an hour on the range, I am hitting fairways and greens. I played Saturday and most of the fairways and was in the short rough on the other few holes. I played Sunday and had the same result. Your swing is so easy to do. I never realized how many problems I created for my swing by rolling my wrists. Now I don’t have to worry about duck hooks or weird slices. Yep – the takeaway feels weird at first, but after a while it feels right. Thanks for making this site and knowledge available.
Dear Mr duPlessis,
I would like to pass on my sincere thanks to you for what I have learned from your various videos.
These videos have really helped me with my golf game and have increased enormously my enjoyment of the game.
Just wanted to say thanks being a member for less than a week and seeing and feeling the progress in my swing is astounding i feel i have found the instructor i have been searching for cant thank you enough.
Ross, I am committed to learning the duplessis swing. Last week I was ready to give my clubs away. Today, I can’t wait to get out to my practice field tomorrow morning with my bag of 40 balls and a 7 iron.
Today I hit 40 balls with my 7 iron:
Results: 1. Solid contact. 2. Balls go straight, a tad left of target line. 3. Distance continually increases as my backswing lengthens, but it never goes more than a Â¾ backswing, and I never hinge wrists going back. Love it. Thin shots disappear.
Thanks, Ross. ALLAN
Hey Ross, just from that first one hour lesson you gave me, I went to my home course and played with my dad. I almost chipped in for birdie about 5 times and and almost chipped in for eagle twice. That was after our first lesson and i shot 79 which is my lower score I have ever shot. Can’t wait to keep working with you. Thanks for the coaching.
I have so much enjoyed every video. After watching your chipping video, I went straight to the course I’ve been playing on. I love the drag in front of the ball and keeping the wrists forward seems to enable this drag, now I only need to master it. I will send you a video of my swing when I am able. Thanks, John
Hi Ross, After 55 years of golf you are refreshing. I guess this old dog is learning some new tricks..
Dear Mr. DuPlessis, I am a super-senior who has been studying golf swings from the days of Ben Hoga and trying, sucessfully at times to use them, but none lasted. I am losing distance and flexibility to just namea few shortcomings, so much so that I almost given up the game I have loved for many years, However, your instruction has worked for me and given me hope. You have incorporated the basics in simple terms and have removed many problems I have encountered So, thak you. I agree you are on to something sustantial, particlarly with using the and taking the hands and out of the swing.
With admiration and appreciation, Charles
Ross, you are right…that is an awesome putting stroke! I played around with it here in my apartment for awhile, and I think I can FINALLY go back to a short putter without getting the dreaded yips. I even tried it with my belly and long putters, and it works there as well. I’ve survived with those long putters, but I have prayed for a stroke that would let me go back to a short putter, one that would keep my yippy right hand at bay. I think this is it! Thank you so much; that tip alone is worth the price of admission to me.
Many thanks for the swift response, real handy because I’m playing in a competition with the wife tomorrow:) You have answered my question completely and I fully understand what you are saying. I’m committed to playing exactly as you prescribe because it is uncomplicated and you can achieve immediate improvement. I read your message on communication – this is one of the most difficult tasks when passing on golf advice – but your communication is excellent.