"Golf swing information shouldn't be based on opinion, only fact!"
I offer a satisfaction guarantee on your very first lesson.
For those of you know how hard this sport is, you can bet this is a very bold statement. In my 16 years of teaching experience I have yet to find anyone who was not satisfied with my instruction. Stop trying to figure this game out on your own. The longer you wait on it, the more and more your bad habits are going to be ingrained. You're going to waste years of your golfing career to find that you're still the same golfer if not worse after 5, 10 and 20 years later! The golf swing is highly dependent on technique, not only practice.
Think of golf as an investment. If I were to ask you to sacrifice 1 year of your golf career in learning it the right way in order to enjoy the game for decades to come, wouldn't it be worth it? The question I get asked the most is, "But, coach, how long will it take for me to get better at this game?" If you want my statistical average, most people will get results on their first series of lessons... However, changes only begin to permanently settle in after about 7-10 months if you're doing lessons consistently and are willing to practice at least once a week.
Think of the golf swing as a complicated magic trick! Do you really think that your hand eye coordination is so great that you can time the face of a driver going over 100 mph to hit a golf golf consistently straight every single time in the sweet spot? NOPE! These professional golfers simply know something you don't. The feel they have in the swing is distinct and unless you can feel that swing enough times, you will not be able to hit high flying shots as consistently... almost as if it were magic. Here's the thing, you will never figure it out on your own! How do I know this? take a video of your swing and compare it to a professionals, get on a vector plate and compare it to a professional's. If the resemblance is not strikingly similar, you're just wasting your time. It's real simple.. Are you hitting the ball straight and far on a consistent basis with every single club? When you are at address, are you almost certain it's going to be a relatively good shot every single time? If not, you're just using your old hand eye coordination and not letting the magic happen!