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Congratulations Dave, Erik and Mike! You're great guys with great skills and you're going to do great. Oooooffff!

As a (nominally) current student, can I ask what this means for Golf Evolution, Evolvr 1.0 and your position within the general S&T-ish; circle of information?

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Originally Posted by secondary

What do you anticipate the prerequisite to be for potential instructors?

TBD. Quite frankly, though, we're looking for the best instructors in their area that want to be involved.

Originally Posted by Brunogolf

With the flat left wrist that only relates to impact correct?  Or throughout the swing i.e. top of backswing.

Yes, at impact. Plenty of great golfers have cupped or bowed wrists at the top of the backswing.

Originally Posted by Stretch

As a (nominally) current student, can I ask what this means for Golf Evolution, Evolvr 1.0 and your position within the general S&T-ish; circle of information?

Golf Evolution is the name of our group of teachers or, perhaps, our "location" or building or whatever. No changes there.

Evolvr 1.0 we may evaluate. Maybe we'll keep current students on and the last one out can turn off the lights. Not sure.

Our position remains unchanged. We learned and improved what we teach based on some S&T; ideas, but have continued to "evolve" in how and what we teach, and will continue to do so.

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