Golf tips: Dr. Jim Suttie shares with ProTips4U his thoughts on role models

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Dr. Jim's ProTips4U page: bit.ly Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Purchase autographed memorabilia: www.protips4u.com Dr. Jim Suttie is one of golf's most respected and accomplished teaching professionals and has a long history of working with some of the sport's best players. Doc, as he's known by his students, is ranked as one of the Top 20 teachers in America by Golf Digest. He's also among GOLF magazine's Top 100 Teachers and was named as the PGA of America's National Teacher of the Year in 2000. With a doctorate in Biomechanics, Doc pioneered the teaching of biomechanical principles into the golf swing. This method optimizes the relationship between each individual's natural build and the golf swing that is the most easily adaptable to it. In this video Jim talks about role models. Doc's instructional golf training videos features skills, drills and tips on how to improve your game. His videos include advice on how to improve your putting, the correct posture, the proper back swing, how to make a correct shoulder turn, the chicken wing, fixing the casting motion, the proper grip, how to position the ball in your stance and stance alignment.