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Wednesday, June 15, 2011


This video tip is for those of you who are having a hard time keeping your swing on plane. Let me know what you think. I hope it helps you!


As I stated in the last posting, we are offering a Summer Junior Golf Program designed by myself and my new partner, Rodney Bungartz. I am attaching the link that will take you to the brochure. After you have read it over, if you have any questions or comments please feel free to leave them on here or give us a call.

We designed this program to be one of, if not the premier Junior Golf Program in Southwest Florida. We have an amazing facility and golf course that fits beginners needs and also allows intermediate and advanced juniors the opportunity to work on various shots and improve their games.

Copy the link below and then paste the link to the browser bar , which will then take you to our brochure so you can view it yourself.


Thank you for taking the time to view the brochure and we look forward to seeing you!


Hello Everyone!

I have a lot of news to report. Big things have been happening at the Studio. For starters, I have a new business partner, Rodney Bungartz, who is an Award Winning PGA Professional. Together we created a great Junior Golf Program for the summer. We have three programs that address all junior golfers needs. Or programs are divided into beginner, intermediate and advanced.

In addition to our Summer Junior Golf Program, we are now offering numerous golf packages. We have specific packages for friend or business groups, families, individuals and juniors.

Also, I am returning to Berlin, Germany as an invited instructor in July. I am grateful to be asked back. I always enjoy my trips to Germany.

There are so many more great things to come, so check back for golf promotions, videos, tips and exciting news!

Please feel free to leave a comment and let me know what you have been doing and any exciting golf news, either personal or something you heard about. I look forward to hearing from you and reading your comments.

Thursday, February 24, 2011


From Mike Calbot

The Golf Doctor
Upcoming Events

Your invited to attend a fun, entertaining and informative day this Saturday, February 26th. I will give a FREE Golf Trick-Shot Exhibition and Clinic at 1:00 PM at the Daniels Driving Rang and Learning Center located on the corner of Daniels Pkwy and Six Mile Cypress in Fort Myers. Before and after my exhibition I will be available for Free Video Golf Swing Analysis from 10:00 am until 4:00 PM during the Golf Expo and Demo Day sponsored by Lumpy's Golf.


Mike Calbot
The Mike Calbot International Golf Studio and Triad Golf Schools
"Better Golf with The Golf Doctor, Mike Calbot"
For More information click on this Link:


Thursday, September 16, 2010

Make your event special

Make your next event special with a golf trick shot exhibition from Mike Calbot, "The Golf Doctor. For information call Mike Calbot at 239.482.0900 or email him at: MikeCalbot@golfdoctorusa.com

Friday, July 9, 2010


Better Golf with the Golf Doctor
By Mike Calbot
Golf swing analyst and master golf instructor

Golf Tip – Tempo Drills

When golfers have days where they feel like they have lost their swing did they actually loose their swing? Usually is the tempo that changes, causing the loss of timing and swing techniques. Golfers have some days where they are swinging with 70 to 75% effort and getting 100% result where the ball is going the proper personal distances and the quality of the shot solid with the proper flight and spin. This is the day you wish to have every day, or in competition.

Well golfer’s good news, you can learn to improve your tempo with several drills. The first are called line drills, this is where you set up a line of golf balls say six to ten balls in a row (usually on a tee) running perpendicular to your target. Next take a seven or six iron and hit the balls with half speed and effort. Try to hit these balls with very little time in between each swing not giving you too much time to think but to feel the tempo needed to make the shot. You will soon develop a rhythm and you will start to be able to swing faster and slower and still hit the ball solid and under control. This may take around 75 to 100 balls but you will really get your grove going. The next drill is to once again set up another line of balls and hit the balls with your feet only three to four inches apart and you must say to yourself, turn and return! This drill will force you to keep your balance. The next is to set up a row of balls and try hitting some balls one handed first your left then your right. One key is to keep a light grip pressure with all drills. I guarantee if you do the drills or just the ones you can fit in they will improve your tempo.

Better golf with the golf doctor.

Mike Calbot
Owner of the Mike Calbot International
Golf Studio & Triad Golf Schools
at Old Corkscrew Golf Club.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010


Golf Tip – Ball Positions

Would like to be better? In some cases this can be achieved by a simple adjustment of the ball position. Many average golfers do not pay attention to their ball positions in there stances as they change clubs. The ball flight is directly impacted by the placements of the ball within the stance. Let us begin by stating that the foot closest to the target will be called the front foot and the other the back foot, this is to accommodate both the right and left handed golfer.

The driver should be played on the heel of the front foot. The fairway woods and some rescue clubs should be played about four inches inside the front foot and irons five through the wedges in the center of the stance. The position of the ball will allow the proper angle of attack to the ball and the end result, the proper impact.

The explanation would be that the irons five through wedge are to be struck on the down swing to allow the ball to spin up the face and create enough spin through the flight to hold its path and flight trajectory until reaching its target and upon landing stops quickly.

Golfers watch professional golfers on TV and see the ball spinning back with lofted clubs, the average golfer watches their ball hit the green and never stop and usually roll off the green leading to more strokes taken. The fairway woods and some rescue clubs need a little shallower attach this is why the ball is slightly forward of center. The driver,
Should be played close to the heel of the front foot and teed in a manner to impact the ball off the tee without scraping the ground. This will give you more carry and distance.

Try these three ball positions and make better ball contact and better control.


Mike Calbot

Mike Calbot International Golf Studio & Triad Golf Schools