My Mission Statement

To forever change the way golf is taught by having everyone understand the anatomical movements underlying every golf swing. Instead of relying on ambiguous, anecdotal sayings, the golf instructors of the future will be able to concisely and accurately determine a golfer's swing flaw and remedy it with simple language. - by Kelvin Miyahira


New Article - Golf Science: It Depends (by Max Prokopy)

April 2016


 Millions of people were once convinced the sun revolved around the earth.  History is littered with the mistake of focusing on what we can measure and trying to extract meaning.  Does it measure what it says it measures?  Does a tagline or magic bullet leave out critical elements?  Are there ulterior motives to over-simplification?

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New Article - Turning Micro-moves into Macro-moves
(Or... How to cook your swing properly)

March 2016


Any movement can be overdone. Remember the Goldilock’s rule of thumb and if your swing isn’t looking closer to a good tour pro swing, it isn’t going to work like one...

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Danny Willett Masters Champion 2016 analysis



 

What you can learn from Bryson Dechambeau



 


NEW ARTICLE RELEASED
Published on December 30th 2015

In my over a decade research and three decades of practical teaching experience, I come to the conclusion that............

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INSTINCTIVE GOLF SWING...

 


Matthew Fitzpatrick British Masters 2015 Champion Swing

October 13th 2015

A great swing and a lot to learn from.....


Congratulations to Jared Sawada!
September 14th 2015

Jared Sawada (another long time Kelvin Miyahira student) just scored a WIN on the Japanese Mini Tour!

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Congratulations to John Oda!

Congratulations to John Oda. (long time Kelvin Miyahira student) - he just got first Place at US Amateur Local Qualifier

He just shot a 62 to get into the US Amateur Championship. He was 11 strokes ahead of his nearest rivals. Both T2 players are also Kelvin's students!

  • 1 John Oda, Honolulu, HI 68-62--130
  •  T2 Donny Hopoi, Aiea, HI 73-68--141
  •  T2 Spencer Dunaway, Mililani, HI 69-72--141

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