Golf life gets a great golf tip from Top Teacher Jon Tattersall. He talks about the importance of the downswing and what starts that part of your swing. It could be different based on your body type. Not everybody has the lower body start the swing, but not everybody has the arms start the swing. He breaks it down for us and gives you some tools you can take with you and practice on your own.
- Titleist Performance Institute Advisory Board Member
- Georgia PGA Teacher of the year 2014
- Georigia PGA Chapter Teacher of the Year 2012
- GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher 2007 -2014
- Golf Digest’s Teacher by State list 2004 -2014
MORE ABOUT JOHN TATTERSALL
Jon Tattersall grew up over the pond in England before coming to the U.S. and starting his golf career at the CCNC in 1988. He worked for PGA Member, legendary Buck Adams and learned from Harvie Ward. Pretty soon, Jon would become the Head Golf Pro at Landfall Country Club in Willmington, NC and then in 1998 opened his first academy in Atlanta, GA with Top 100 Teacher Gary Smith.
In 2007 Jon and Todd Townes opened Fusion ATL in Atlanta, GA where they specialize in athletic golf performance which includes physical therapists, strength coaches, stretch therapists, massage therapists, and 3D motion analysis for your swing and putting stroke.
Jon has worked with some of the top PGA Tour, Web.com, LPGA and European Tour players.