Hello and welcome to another great edition of the Flaghunters Golf Podcast. Today we are incredibly fortunate to have Dr. Rob Neal and Mr. Layne Savoie of Wedgecraft. Wedgecraft is the brainchild between these incredibly bright men that has collected valuable short game data that can be used in a teaching capacity.
Layne Savoie is originally from New Orleans Louisiana and has been a PGA professional as well as a NCAA coach. Layne has been taught himself by Chuck Cook and Mac O’Grady and many others. Layne has also worked with TOUR players as well.
Dr. Rob Neal is originally from Australia. Dr. Rob is a world-renowned Biomechanist that has developed his own 3D motion sensor camera system that along with his knowledge of the body and how it moves with a golf club, has developed some great teaching methodologies as it relates to the short game !
When I take an honest look at my own game as well as others, good wedge play can make or break a round. I get concerned when I see folks wailing away at their drivers on the driving range vs working on their short games. The best players in the World are also the best wedge players. So much of today’s talk is about speed. Speed is good but the name of the game is to get the ball in the hole.
Thank you to Dr. Rob and Layne for coming on the Podcast. Thank goodness that we have these fine, educated gentleman to help us get better. These gentleman can be reached at www.Wedgecraft.com and I highly encourage anyone that wants to get better to reach out to them.