From Our Editors
When he was 13, Lew Farwell took his first golf lesson from a man named Fred Funk—a little known golf assistant at the time. For Lew, that initial encounter set in motion a lifetime of playing with, working with, and learning from the game’s best. Today, having spent more than 25 years in the industry, and having conducted more than 3,500 golf lessons of his own, Lew shares with students the abundance of wisdom he has cultivated since that first lesson. At LewGolf, Lew recognizes that no two swings are the same. He emphasizes that students work with what they have—that having a pretty swing is great, but not if it lands balls in the rough or is most effective when trying to skip the line at the post office.