Are you looking for an easy way to solve your putting stroke? Chuck Cook and a Hibatchi Stick proves a balance between the top and bottom half of the putter!
Cook has been blessed to have studied under the finest teaching professionals in the game and am eager to pass along the information to the rest of the golfing community. He has been fortunate to have trained under several Golf Digest Professionals, including Bob Toski, Jim Flick, Peter Kostis, Davis Love Jr., Paul Runyan and Jack Lumpkin.
In addition, he has taught an array of workshops for the PGA of America with the likes of David Leadbetter, Dr. Gary Wiren, Ed Oldfield, Bill Strausbaugh, Kent Cayce and many others. As a teacher, Cook has the unique opportunity to employ Dave Pelz, Fred Griffin, Dr. Ralph Mann, Dr. Richard Coop, Al Vermeil (Strength Coach for the Chicago Bulls) and Phil Rodgers.
The yips are a common problem in golf, where the head and handle of the putter don’t move correctly. Poor players tend to move the head of the putter too much without the handle, while good players move the handle too much and don’t let the head release. Chuck Cook, a golf instructor, has a solution to this problem.