My backgrounds, as a medical professional and in skilled trade construction gives me an appreciation for this work, the enjoyment of making a beginner golfer, feel comfortable about there game and an intermediate golfer overjoyed after applying your ideas and spoting an advance players so call blocks/shanks , and done on a golf course Priceless...
Joe is very knowledgeable , friendly and has lots of patience
This list may give a sense for my own experience as a golfer and may help you find the golfer/instructors to help you with your lessons and make the process a more rewarable experience..
- Golf and why it's fun.
- Golf Psychology
- Golf culture
- Focus Drills for stroke solutions.
- Coarse play
- Understanding the perfect stroke
- Working with what you got
- Grips -Finding Rhythm
- System Building
- Golf and Technology
The listed subjects are part of my game,This list is part of my foundation for my game,it's a foundation that can grow forever, as the game is perpetual and find my own system changing and always making adjustments around my game.
This perception of game allows me to make those necessary adjustments helping me find my way back from issue's I feel I maybe having on the course,getting back to most importantly
"JUST HAVE FUN"
Once a student has committed to a lesson it's my assumption that they know their level and have made the lesson accordingly to their skill level and have a set goal.
So the student can leave the lesson with a sense of accomplishment, even if just understanding how golf courses work, the student must feel that something was learned the day of the lesson..
My backgrounds gives me the understanding, and allows me to apply the experiences in teaching golf, as in medicine and in construction people need and/or wanted something built, and understanding that about a patient or a customer and having the education or experience to help people, that idea allowed me to become a golfer and later applying my own experience to train and teach others..
I myself also have taken golf lessons and have played countless rounds and overall ready to share thses experiences using all that I've become and wish to become in all my works. As a good source for learning the game of golf.
Pricing standard for first lesson. 40.00. -This covers cost for bucket of balls and time one hour on the range...
- lesson two will vary based on the new goals set by student. 60.00-100.00 Covers bucket of Practice Balls.
- Play Lesson 1st one 40.00 Covers warm-up bucket of balls ,Tee fee at a 3-5 star many courses available instructor books.
These rates cover a 10-30 mile radius from zip code..
People have always suggested I teach and often requesting, if I could help them or just get out and play...
My first students where family and friends giving them tips and my two cents, This would really make me feel good about the game Sharing ideas among those who want to learn.
The demo graphic would be young adults-to seniors. Have worked with teenage kids, as a boxing trainer which I found enjoyable and would also consider working with that demo graphic.
Going on vacation and playing golf while there, playing signature courses. Having fun at event's at the current indoor golf ranges one of many of golfs latest addition to the industry, these place are a hotspot for a different vibe while getting your daily strokes in.
1.Know where your at in the subject your learning beginner,intermediate etc.
2.Visit a golf course, learn who gives lesson and watch them work.
3.Interview your prospects.
4. Find Reviews on the instructors..
5. Ask those who you feel are good and great golfer and ask them if they have taken a lesson.
6. Engage with people who play..
1. The overall goal for lessons requested.
2. The instructors perception of the game.
3.Any information about equipment.
4.Basic rules of the game.
5. Why a lesson can help me.
6. Why do you do this..