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Bobby Clampett's Impact Zone schools and the 5 dynamics of impact
10 Feb 2020
by AmateurGolf.com Staff

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A PGA Tour Life Member and popular television golf broadcaster, Bobby Clampett is well-known within golf’s inner circles as both an avid student of the game and an exceptional teacher.

Bobby established his golf resume as a champion competitor, winning at the amateur, collegiate and tour professional levels – actually notching his first victory against tour professionals as a 19-year-old.

And while he continues to thrive in his 50s on the Champions Tour, Bobby believes his true contribution to the game will be through instruction. Clampett’s insights from personal experience, as well as from studying and competing against the world’s best players for four decades, has resulted in an approach to instruction that completely changes the way golfers and instructors perceive and interpret each golfer’s swing.


TRUTH #1: The only thing that matters in the golf swing are the two inches before the ball and the four inches afterwards

TRUTH #2: Golf is simply a game of impact

TRUTH #3: You've been taught all wrong!

TRUTH #4: The 5 Dynamics of Impact will transform your game


Impact-Based Teaching is the foundation of his Impact Zone Golf philosophy. By concentrating on improving your impact, rather than focusing on your swing style. After all, the best players in the world all have vastly different swing styles- but are exactly the same at impact!

This focus on IMPACT alone to deliver maximum improvement leverages 5 Dynamics proven to help you lower your scores and play better golf.


The best way to nail the 5 dynamics of impact is to join Bobby at one of his Signature Schools, which will be held at sites throughout the country in 2020.

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