dad’s best tip: do no harm
▶ One thing my father, Claude Sr., never did with players he taught was change things in their swings that didn’t aff ect how well they hit the ball. With today’s reliance on swing-measuring devices, some teachers chase textbook technique when it’s not necessary. I’ve never tried to change Dustin’s bowed left wrist at the top, because he plays great with it. Changing to fi t some so- called ideal can do more harm than good. Results are what counts.