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A PGA Tour Life Member and popular television golf broadcaster, Bobby Clampett is well-known within golf’s inner circles as both an avid student of the game and an exceptional teacher.
Somewhat of a “Renaissance Man,” Clampett’s varied interests have led him from playing golf courses to helping design them, as well as from the TV booth to the bookstores, as the successful author of The Impact Zone. An avid snow skier and life-long pilot with over 5,000 hours (his father was a two-time National Air Race Champion), Clampett has discovered another new passion a bit more down to earth: as a winemaker. Clampett Cellars announced its first two wines varietals, both red blends, in 2010, added three more, and will be announcing more new wines later in 2016.
Clampett established his golf resume as a champion competitor, winning at the amateur, collegiate and tour professional levels – actually notching his first victory against tour professionals as a 19-year-old. And while he continues to thrive in his 50s on the Champions Tour, Clampett believes his true contribution to the game will be through instruction. Clampett’s insights from personal experience, as well as from studying and competing against the world's best players for four decades, has resulted in a philosophy that completely changes the way golfers and instructors perceive and interpret each golfer’s swing.
For right handed players, this means that at impact your left wrist is flat.
The club head should bottom out about 4 inches ahead of the golf ball.
The wrists should cock on the backswing and become “fully loaded” before starting the downswing.
Just as you load the club on the backswing, you should lag the club on the downswing.
Your club shaft should pass through the target line in the impact area.
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