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Instructor Sarah Dant

Sarah Dant is a Class A PGA golf instructor who spends part of the year at the The Golf Club of Tennessee in Kingston Springs, Tenn., and the winter months in Naples, Fla., at Royal Poinciana Golf Club. She shared this tweet recently:

And here is that first YouTube video posted by Sarah:

The video is a little dark in spots, but the in-depth instruction on alignment is excellent, and Sarah is obviously a very personable individual. She seems like an instructor who would put her students at ease and communicate very well, which is about three-fourths of the battle in taking golf lessons. Hopefully she'll continue posting in-depth instructional videos on YouTube.

See her website, sarahdantgolf.com, for more info.

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