Mark EvershedMark Evershed


Growing up around legends Moe Norman and George Kundson, Mark recognized at an early age his intense desire to understand the golf swing. After studying the philosophies of greats such as Homer Kelly and Persey Boomer, Evershed created his own unique teaching style based on the premise that knowledge, rather than muscle memory, is the path to success and that a lack of success comes from incorrect understandings as opposed to lack of ability.


From that premise evolved Evershed’s theory on the golf swing called LagnLoad, a teaching system consisting of DVDs, devices, books and personalized instruction to help golfers understand and execute the swing. By adopting his theory, he is confident that students will be successful if they understand the mechanics and sequence of the swing. LagnLoad has led to an impressive list of credentials for Mark Evershed, such as teaching several PGA Tour players, being honored as Canadian Teacher of the Year, and TV appearances including The Golf Channel and Canada’s Rogers Sportsnet.


You CAN take ownership of your swing and this is why renowned instructor Mark Evershed developed the LagnLoad color-coded method of golf instruction.


Mark believes in your ability and is convinced that most of the problems lie in the lack of complete and organized information that is available to golfers today. He has broken the golf swing down into 6 parts each distinguished by a color.


Yellow = Distance
Red = Accuracy
Black = Consistency
Green = Alignments
Blue = Sequence
White = Ball Position


The LagnLoad color-coded system focuses on providing golfers of all abilities with the knowledge to understand and manage their own game.


To watch golf training videos featuring Mark Evershed click here.


Mark Evershed offers golf tip videos

Mark Evershed gives Golfers Insider members some golf tip videos



Interested in attending Mark’s Lagnload Academy? Click Here!


Check out the Academy’s Calendar below for available dates:


Ron NayFebruary 28, 2013 at 7:01 pmReply


I just watched On The Range on Golf Channel. It was a great commercial for your teaching. Bill Harmon bragged about what Sean Foley is teaching. Heard both commentors talk about todays teaching and players staying on top of the ball more than in past, less lower body and less leg action. The short game instructor Gabe H. said one thing he taught all players was to stay on top of the ball and move forward. You said it on one of your blogs, they are starting to get it. You are so far ahead of the game as an instructor it is amazing. Hope you will finally get the recognition you deserve. The one thing that was poor was Bill Kratzert missed on Jason Dufners backswing. He overdid it when showing his takeaway. Anyway hope you were able to see this show.

Ron Nay

Glenn FrohwirthMarch 12, 2013 at 7:45 pmReply

Thank you for your time – really appreciated!
I can’t tell you how much your method/explanations have made the game of golf more enjoyable for me!
Thanks again,
Glenn Frohwirth
Milwaukee, WI

Gus ZoppiMarch 22, 2013 at 12:25 pmReply

Hi Mark,

I got your dvd’s in the mail and i have been watching your info on your Academy. Mark i haven’t been able to get outside and practice because of the weather but i want to tell you your way of instruction is fantastic i have learned so so much especially the hand’s work and arms thank you for passion of the game i will e mail you again and tell you my progress. Mark i would like to take a lesson form you maybe this summer if that is possible and where you are going to be this summer. thank you again

Gus Zoppi

Gregory R ThompsonMarch 22, 2013 at 12:33 pmReply

Hey Mark,

I love the E-Book. What a bargain! That’s insanely full of a tremendous amount of information. I can’t believe you sell that for 9 dollars. I hope you sell millions of them.

Thanks again,

JustinApril 4, 2013 at 3:13 pmReply

Here is a statement. I found it hard to write, because I honestly feel like I could say so much, but realize it is probably best to keep it short. I honestly think you are light years in front of the rest of your peers when it comes to understanding not only the mechanics of the swing, but also how to convey that information to students so that they have an organized plan of what they are trying to do but having freedom and confidence over the ball by using mental images.

“I wandered with my golf swing for many years. I can confidently say I am playing my best golf and steadily improving since I started learning from Mark. I now have an organized plan for my practice and my swing. Through Mark’s teachings I feel confident over the golf ball and most importantly I understand the faults and fixes in my swing so that I can quickly make adjustments during a round to play consistent golf and shoot low scores.”


LarenceJune 10, 2013 at 1:23 pmReply


I was looking at some of your blog posting today about the left shoulder being the pivot point and hitting down and forward. I also ordered a few of your DVDs. I went to the pracice range a few hours later and I can’t tell you how much my iron play improved. Almost like magic. Many thanks for your insights!


CharlesJune 10, 2013 at 1:24 pmReply

Thanks, I found the link in my junk mail. I don’t know why it went there but that was definitely not junk mail. To me it’s priceless. I’ve been watching your videos on you tube for over a year now and I’m convinced that you’re the only [one] out of all the instructors that I’ve took lessons from or watched on the internet, who can explain the golf swing. I’ve seen a lot of Ben Hogan videos and read a lot of books about him and you’re the only one who can explain what he’s doing. I noticed that before his accident he used his lower body a lot but after the accident he used his hands and he moved those hands really fast and to the extreme left of the target line. Awesome! And the thing that you explained that benefited me the most is being on top of the ball during the swing and the low point and always being forward in my swing. That 6 min e-book showed me a lot. I’m going to follow it to a tee. I thank you very much and appreciate your help through your videos.

Aloha, from Honolulu, Hawaii,

AdamJune 10, 2013 at 1:26 pmReply


It was a fascinating experience to finally meet and work with you in person. I thank you so much for assisting me in understanding the swing and what it takes to achieve goals. Your enthusiasm for golf is so addictive and rewarding. You have put things in persepective for me and the others who were lucky enough to work with you over the past 3 days. I can’t thank you enough for your warm kindness and patience for the game of life. I feel so fortunate to be able to get this opportunity. I hope to see you soon.


RogerJuly 1, 2013 at 9:57 amReply


I have your book, videos and swing aid. Last fall we had a phone conversation about swinging too in to out. You gave me a handful of things to work on, as a result my handicap has dropped six strokes to 13. I hope to be in single digits by fall.

Simply, thanks.