Through my years of teaching and playing on the mini-tours, I discovered that a lot of golfers struggle with the same thing:
Trying to master complex swing frameworks that rely so much on timing and the hands/arms.
You may have experienced this: high, weak shot. Lots of flipping the club through impact. Flat out inconsistent results.
After studying the greatest ballstrikers for years, I found myself drawn to the swings of Steve Stricker, Zach Johnson, and Dustin Johnson.
I noticed they all have a few things in common. While Stricker and ZJ aren’t the longest players on tour, Dustin Regularly is. He’s also one of the most accurate drivers of the ball. After watching thousands of swings, I put a few things together and was left with a basic question.
I wondered if one could swing the club with a shoulder-rock… back and through… while keeping the clubface square to the arc throughout the swing.
I started experimenting with this approach in my game and the results were amazing. I started teaching students of all levels this method… and even absolute beginners were having immediate success.
Thus, the Sam Goulden Square to Square Swing (SGS2S) was born.
There are really only 3 key principles to the swing, and I think you’ll be amazed at how such a simple swing can enable you to compress the golf ball and hit straight golf shots.
My goal is to provide you with a swing you can use for the rest of our life, and from here on out, give the results you deserve from the amount of time you invest in the game.
If you’re new to SGS2S, you can get the 5-video breakdown of the swing, plus more, for free on this page.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions: sam (at) samgouldengolf.com
— Sam Goulden