The instructor who initially built my swing works at the only indoor range in my city, so I started seeing him by default. I kept seeing him because of his analytical approach, the convenience of his schedule and proximity, and his reasonable rates.
When I was looking at new instructors, my choice was based on his instructional philosophy (which is more, but not entirely, feel-based than the previous instructor) and reviews on Yelp. I must say that even if his technique is not fit for me, I did feel like I left with a much more of concrete lesson thanks to his teaching style.
Yes, that’s my “former” swing. I felt way too close to the ball with the new swing, and was coming drastically out-to-in.
(For what it’s worth, my previous instructor built my “former” swing on a template of Rahm and JT.)