Tip: Modern Teachers

Today's modern swing is most likely doing more harm to your game (not to mention your body) than good...

That's where the Square to Square swing can help. My step-by-step method is easy to learn, easy to implement, and easy to see results--even your first time out!

It's made especially for those who may have lost some flexibility, but haven't lost their zest for the game.

Is that you?

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Here’s to playing better golf!

-Doug Tewell

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  1. Richard Robotham
    8 July 2015 at 12:13 pm #

    The video portion is just a blank screen. I do get the audio but no visual

  2. bill bannon
    2 June 2014 at 8:53 pm #

    doug: I just received my square to square tapes. viewed them and put them into my memory bank. played two days later and played extremely well. 76 to be exact. for your information, I watched you practice at the tpc in lutz florida. so happened, I ran the practice facility at that time. not only was I impressed with your swing, I was impressed with your friendly manner. you made it a point to thank me for my service. you are a gentleman.

  3. Isiah Lewis
    31 May 2014 at 11:13 pm #

    I have been having back,shoulder,neck,foot,hip,etc.pains. I have been trying the Square to Square swing method, and found it to be helpful. I have less things to do now,when I swing.At 66 years old,the "sts" method has been very helpful. Thanks Doug. Lol Isiah Lewis

  4. Don Pusey
    31 May 2014 at 7:40 am #

    I am not sure if it was luck or your program but without hitting a ball on the range only swinging a club in my living room I shot my lowest round in ten years a 75 we will see if it continues ? Don

  5. ERASMO ALVARADO JR
    30 April 2014 at 1:03 pm #

    I CAN HARDLY WAIT TO TRY THESE SWINGS AND TECHNIQUE...ED

  6. David Stickels
    24 March 2014 at 7:54 am #

    G'day Doug, I have tried out your method for the first time at the range - I am 66,a 20+ handicapper (my wife says my handicap is lack of ability!) and always hit with a slice until I had a few lessons a couple of years ago which got me to hit a draw more frequently. Now I don't know which way it is going, until I tried your method with 100 balls and using 7 - 3 irons, 2 and 4 hybrid and 3 wood and driver - 20% went dead straight, 10% went with a fade or slice and most were a draw. Is that an alignment problem? I was trying to take the club back to only a 3/4 backswing but I'm wondering if I either aimed slightly left or closed the face a little - any comments? I did feel like I hit it more consistently, ie no duffs and only 2 along the ground for 150 metres! I usually hit driver 240 metres, 3-wood 220 metres and 5 iron 150 metres adjusting up and down 10 metres each club for my usual distances! I only play 1 or 2 times a month and go to the range occasionally - I'm not looking like retiring any time soon so I like your "reduced practice" advice! Regards from down under, David

  7. Carl McFadden
    26 January 2014 at 10:25 pm #

    Okay I watch the tips on the video understand the ideas behind the swing applied to my full swing and...

    Well, it works easy straight drives fareway woods and irons shots. You got got ot believe. So I 'm back to purchase the training video to get more out of my game.
    Injuries year after year took me out hte the winner circle in my local golf clubs as i tried everything back to basic reading and with a little success but think this is it. Golfer try it, it will work for you

  8. James wright
    2 December 2013 at 4:36 pm #

    This is a great System!

    I was shooting in the 70/low 80's back in the 1970/1980's and as I got older I started to loss some control, that age would not let me make up.

    I started squaring my clubs about two years ago and I'm right back to high 70 and low 80's.

    Jim

  9. Phil Pilgrim
    30 November 2013 at 10:28 am #

    I like everything you teach and this has been my game for long time, 3/4 back swing, just trying to keep the ball in the short grass play bogey golf and sneak in a par every now and then and shoot in the 80's but still need help on all areas so to maybe break 80 one day, never hit that 79 but been close!!

  10. Kevin Quinn
    16 November 2013 at 6:49 am #

    Hi Doug,
    I purchased your Square to Square Method last week and had the opportunity to play yesterday in substandard conditions, lots of wind and temperature below 50. I consistently out drove my partners and hit most of my shots crisp. My biggest issue was that I overshot a number of greens. I had 4 birdies and shot a 78! The big difference in this method is that my good shots were great and my bad shots were still playable. The cost of the program is very reasonable as it is about the same as a 30 minute lesson at my club!

  11. Stephen M. Thapwa
    11 November 2013 at 10:23 am #

    I started playing very reluctantly anly to accomodate a very dear friend who had retired and have very few friends who play golf. That was fifteen years ago and I am starting to get aches and pain myself. I look forward to your tips 'cause I do not want to give golf that has become the only activity/sport that is available to me. Thank you kindly.

  12. Mohd Hasnulhisham Yaakob
    9 November 2013 at 8:06 pm #

    hi Doug, I am from Malaysia and has purchased yr video. Last wednesday i've shot 111 but after watching yr video for only a day, i've shot 85 yesterday. tqvm for the video as i've almost give up playing golf!!!

  13. Owen Middleton
    6 November 2013 at 6:23 pm #

    50 years ago when I first started playing golf the "guns" would be on the practice tee before a game and talk about the "square to square" method. I have to say honestly I didn't have a clue what they meant because back then golf was played very much with the hands and arms. Your videos have clearly demonstrated what they might have been talking about, certainly for the older golfer "the few moving parts" means I now have a solid swing that doesn't hurt and repeats more often. Thanks Doug. PS. I gave up scoring years ago. It spoils the game!

  14. John Byington
    28 October 2013 at 12:12 pm #

    Getting your hips out of the way from video 9. Thanks. My driver and Iorn play was ok.
    Sometimes I have a hard time trusting myself around the greens. Putting and chipping.
    To many 3 putts and missing to many up and downs. Easily I could drop 6-7 strokes if I could just feel it. I've done alot of practice but it is not happening.

  15. Richard Knowles
    28 August 2013 at 10:08 am #

    After watching just the 8 myths, I went out yesterday to the CG. I pared the 2 par 5s on the front nine for the first time. I had about the same length as before, kept the ball in the middle of fairway, hit 3fairway long & straight, and felt good afterwards.

    crk

  16. Jeff
    27 August 2013 at 5:52 am #

    I have implemented some of your 8 tips - particularly not taking a full backswing and as a result I have reduced, but not stopped my power fade - I am hitting straighter and sometimes longer.

  17. Tim Radloff
    17 July 2013 at 7:44 am #

    Many thanks for sharing your discoveries so freely and openly. Your method is logical and straightforward and should eliminate much stress and frustration! Greatly appreciated especially the 'older' goats!

  18. Mark
    24 May 2013 at 9:57 am #

    Doug - I have been watching your 8 tips and they make all the sense in the world. Now I just need to go out and swing a club and execute that which you teach. Thank you very much for your tips. Mark

  19. Mike
    29 April 2013 at 9:46 pm #

    I am deaf. I want to learn to play better. I watched your videos but no captioned. Will your videos be captioned soon?

    I really want to improve my swing skills. Thank you

  20. yothin sansanayudh
    22 April 2013 at 10:20 pm #

    I've viewed the 8 myths. Your square to square method is great and helpful. It's helped me not to have to give up playing golf out of joint pain and frustration. It's very good and kind of you for sharing, thank you so much.

  21. dickk0reilly
    21 April 2013 at 8:52 am #

    Thanks for the 8 tips lhope to use them as soon posable q

  22. Steve Pratt
    17 March 2013 at 10:33 am #

    Hi Doug! I, too, would love to see you swing the club the way you are describing. Also, could you explain how hinging the wrists the way you said was the modern method produces top spin on drives?

    • Jerry Crowell
      18 March 2013 at 8:46 pm #

      Topspin on drives? Please explain that one for me.

  23. sylvia p. bloom
    6 March 2013 at 9:47 am #

    I am an 85 year old lady. Right now we have 6" of snow and it's still coming down. I am looking forward to the warmer weather here in Pa. In the meantime, I want to prepare myself for the upcoming season. I am so happy that someone like you is targeting lessons for the seniors. I look forward to your next simple lesson that I can understand and practice that. Sylvia B.

    • Scott
      6 December 2013 at 1:01 pm #

      SylviaB,
      You inspire me m'lady! I hope that when I'm 85, I'm still considering my golf swing and how to improve!

      Sincerely,

      Scott

  24. sam harris
    31 December 2012 at 11:41 am #

    this might be your best tip for old people, I rolled the face open going back for years, but now try to keep is square all the way through the swing, takes a little work and practice but it works well, I also try to get the club pointing at the target and the top of the backswing, my accuracy is much improved,along with hands ahead of the clubhead at impact. thanks Sam

  25. Bob Zimmerman
    30 December 2012 at 8:55 pm #

    Doug,
    I believe that perhaps I am on the right track. My Daddy started me playing golf when I was 9 years old back in 1936. I am now 85 years old and have played off and on over most of those 76 years since then. I have had a handicap as low as 6, been.a member of the Oakmont CC in Pittsburgh, and since 1973 have shot scores equal to or lower than my age 85 times. My current handicap is 14. I now live in SW Florida where I can play almost all year long.

    I read and follow your ideas because they fit well with one of my age, and I thank you for your inputs. Keep up the good work, you are helping those who can understand how your direction points them the right way.

    Bob Zimmerman (12/30/12)

  26. Lee G
    30 December 2012 at 7:20 pm #

    Doug, You have been on the right track for a long time and us older golfers know that we have to adopt a swing such as the one you have proven to work. Thanks for the method, now we just need the practice.

  27. ron prokosch
    30 December 2012 at 12:58 pm #

    I would like to see the whole swing start to finish from different angles. I am a visual learner. I have disc problems in my neck but still drive epending on the day 225 to 270 yards. Can I improve and lose the pain?

  28. Ron R
    30 December 2012 at 12:56 pm #

    Great info....I would like to see you swing the club...

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