Follow Through Secrets With Sir Nick Faldo and Nick Bradley
Nick Bradley and Sir Nick Faldo join forces to help you hit it further with the secrets of proper follow through.
Hall of Fame Golfer, 6 Majors & Over 40 Tour Wins
As a former World No. 1 player, six-time Major Champion, iconic Ryder Cup figure and World Golf Hall of Fame member, Sir Nick Faldo is the most successful European golfer in history.
Sir Nick established his place as one of golf’s all-time greats with his three Open Championship and three Masters victories at esteemed venues such as Muirfield, St. Andrews and Augusta National. He represented Europe a record eleven times in the Ryder Cup and is one of the most prolific points scorers in the events history. Between 1992 and 1994, Sir Nick held the record for the most successive weeks (81) at the top of golf’s World Rankings.
Awarded a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II in 2009 for his services to golf – the only British golfer in the modern era to receive such an honor – Sir Nick Faldo was also named 2012 Ambassador of Golf by the PGA Tour for fostering the ideals of the game on an international level.
Elite Golf Instructor & Ground Connection Expert
As a consultant, Nick Bradley defines exactly what the client would like to achieve and delivers on that request without fail. With access to some of the best biomechanical and fitness teams in the World extraordinary changes are made in client’s performance and thus lifestyle/enjoyment of the game. Golf Instruction for Nick is a consultancy which results have to be delivered to the client.
Nick is a Nike Elite member of staff, has been elected by Golf Digest as the top male teacher in North Carolina State and won The Independent Sports Book award 2004. He was the youngest director of the David Leadbetter Golf Academies in 1994 and has trained over 400 professionals in his career. Nick’s experience also includes educating numerous golfing bodies across the world, including The Russian Golf Federation in Moscow, The English Golf Union, The PGA of Great Britain and the Golf Union of Ireland.