Originally Posted by clearwaterms
quick question for the Evolvr teachers. I as a big proponent of lessons and TST was thinking about giving Evolvr a chance.
Do the students dictate what they want to improve (help me hit the ball straighter, farther, lower, higher, etc) or does a student submit a video with 1-2 different clubs and the instructor pick the most important piece to work on and provide drills to improve on that thing?
Honestly it's a bit of both. We recommend two swings (DL, FO views) with a 6-iron to start. Tell us what your problem shots are (the shots you hate, what you're trying to get rid of), what your good shots do, etc. That's basically how you tell us "what you want to improve."
We have had instances in the past where someone who clearly doesn't even hit the ball solidly says things like "I want to draw the golf ball" and we have to first get them hitting the ball solidly, but that still goes to "drawing the golf ball" eventually. We just can't promise it in all cases immediately.