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"I’ve trusted Cameron since I was, what, 12, turning 13, so eight or nine years. I have complete trust in anything he says. He’s my swing coach, putting coach, short game coach, mental coach, everything. He’s the one that knows what I’m thinking out there more than anybody else and how to adapt to the situation. I owe everything on the course to him, and you know, he’s a very special teacher, somebody who I think is just going to get bigger and bigger, and you’re going to see him with a lot of tour players in the future."
So Yeon Ryu
It has always been my aim to become the number one golfer. Cameron continues to move me closer to my goal. As a coach, he is such a great companion in my game. He understands my swing, my game and also my mindsets. I'm happy to have Cameron as my coach along this journey.
Its been very inspiring getting the opportunity to work with Cameron. He is an awesome golf coach and he has taught me a lot about myself and my golf game. I'm impressed with his attention to detail and his ability to know what to work on, what to say and when. I love coming to the Altus Performance facility, it's a world class place and I always leave inspired to work even harder.
The bottom line is that I would not be where I am without Cam’s help. He has helped me with my full swing, but more than anything he has helped me with my mental game. I use to be very negative and tough on myself, and he has really changed my mindset. I believe that is one of the main reasons why I have progressed since I started working with him. For me, he is not so much a teacher as he is a golf coach. He is a teacher if I need him to be, especially if I am having swing flaws that need to be fixed. For me, he has always been a coach and taking my skill sets and refining those and making them better. I believe that is one of the best things about him.
I was lost in my first year as a professional in America and played poorly for most of the 2015 season. I saw Cameron early 2016 after Geoff Ogilvy told me Jordan Spieth was the 'best coached player on tour.’ Not only did Cam turn my career around, he gave me a path forward and showed me a window into my future."
Cameron McCormick is much more than a technical golf instructor, he is the best, most complete and thorough golf coach out there. When I started working with Cameron as a 14 year old, my golf game was pretty good for a 14 year old, but unpolished. On my first visit to meet Cam, he asked me a lot of questions trying to get to know me personally and where I aspired to take my golf game. From there, we developed a plan to make it happen and I worked hard on all aspects of my game. Cameron has a unique way of communicating with players in a very precise way that makes sense and stays with you. He would suggest improvements that need to be made and I would work making those changes. It was a gradual process that ultimately lead to dramatic improvement in my results and the process continues to this day.
There is no way I would be as far along on my journey as I am without Cameron’s friendship, coaching, help and guidance. For anyone in need of a world class coach, Cameron McCormick is your guy. He is simply the Best!
Corey Lundberg is an outstanding coach. His ability to connect with his students creates a relationship that allows for open communication – both ways – which is crucial to success. He conveys belief – belief my abilities and belief in my future. When a student knows their coach/instructor believes in them…something amazing happens.
Before I started working with Cameron, I was lost on the golf course. I had become very dejected over the state of my game and had no real plan on how to get better. When I originally worked with him in January 2014, my greatest success had been that I had played in four U.S. Juniors. By July 2014, I had won two amateur events, shot 59, broke six course records, and had finally won the U.S. Junior Amateur. His mentorship and his drive to make me better over nearly three years is invaluable. I leave every lesson excited because he challenges certain skills of my game that I need to work on to reach my goals in this game. There is no question that I would not be the player or person I am today without him.