The Quickest Way For You To Play Great Golf

If we could give every lesson on the golf course we would!

That’s because playing better golf boils down to just two things: Strategy and Execution. When we go out on the course with you we get a chance to see how you do both.

On the course we get to see how you think. Do you have a strategy for each hole? Do you start from the pin and work backward to determine the best lines and approach angles? Do you pick shots that match your skill level? Do you select the right club for the shot? Do you allow for your misses, and how good are you at recovering and making adjustments? Do you have a consistent pre-shot routine and are you able to focus completely on the shot at hand? What sort of things do you say and think to yourself during the round? Are you positive and present-centered?

On the course we also see how you execute. Do you make consistent contact? Do you have a consistent shot shape? Do you have a consistent ball trajectory? Do you know your yardages for all your clubs, and how consistent are you at hitting to those yardages? Do you line up correctly? Where are the real scoring issues: off the tee, approach shots, around the green, or putting?

A playing lesson gives us a complete insight into your whole game, which means we can be much more effective in helping you improve. Sometimes the answer lies in swing mechanics. We can address those issues on the range.

But more often than not you’ll see a bigger improvement from better playing strategies. Learning how to play smarter is the fastest, most pain-free way to play better golf. Plus it makes playing golf a lot more fun!!!

Here are some of the game areas we analyze to assess strengths and weaknesses as well as skill level:scoring triangle three keys crop

1. Course Navigation: Understand angles and positioning
2. Game Management: Pick the right club and the right type of shot

1. Contact in the middle of the club face
2. Able to control face angle
3. Control over trajectory and shot shape
4. Control over swing length
5. Control direction

1. Focus and Concentration
2. Pre-Shot Routine and Post-Shot Routine
3. Visualization
4. Self-Talk
5. Emotional Management
6. Commitment to shot

Call us today to set up playing lessons.