2011 Masters Golf Video Rickie Fowler Dustin Johnson Adam Scott & Others

by Herman Williams

Here’s your first look of a 3-Part video series at the 2011 Masters from the Monday Practice Rounds. Follow Herman Williams, PGA Teaching Professional, on a day at The Masters following players like Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson, Adam Scott, Bubba Watson and others. You’ll see European tour long bomber and 1st round co-leader at this year’s Masters, Alvaro Quiros, smash a tee shot from the 1st tee, see the practice range at Augusta, super clear slow motion golf swings of your favorite stars from the PGA Tour, a close look at a couple of wicked breaking putts on #2 and #6 greens, even get to watch as the greens crew sets one of the pin placements on #7 green – it’ s done with military precision and takes 4 people to get it like they want it at Augusta National. Sit back and enjoy. Thanks – Herman Williams

Note: For full screen viewing click in the bottom right corner of the video player and the video will switch to full screen mode. Also you may find individual slow motion golf swings of the Pros on my YouTube Channel – just click the link in the right sidebar.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Doc RobJ


These are some great videos. I truly enjoyed the putts and can see what we talked about last night. I am going to get it right soon and take that move to the course.

Thanks for “hermanizing” me.



Pete Leslie


Cool positions for some great video…at a hotel this week with no golf channel, so hoping for some more feed from you. Wan’t to book a lesson soon with you..recently saw your short video on “snapping” the ball and dropping my arms in the downswing…was always foreign to me in that I just couldn’t produce it. After your short video lesson I immediately lost my slice and hit every fairway during my last round…amazing !! Irons were also alot more reliable and hit with confidence..thanks!!!


Herman Williams

Thanks – hope I’ll see you on the lesson tee soon. – Herman


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