I have been playing golf competitevly over 12 years. Nevertheless I still do know how to teach golfers of all levels to enhance their skills and awareness. I am a "straight to the point guy". I do not start rambling about theory but I only focus in mechanics: What should be done for you to hit it pure and straight.
I don't play golf. I live it, I have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. My love for this sport is beyond my own understanding. Golf is my therapy, my passion and my life. And my biggest joy is transferring this love for golf to other people and I already have, but I still feel the need to share my experience and love to prospective players and future golf lovers.
Getting to the point. thats his strongest point... He's a good player too, also fun to talk to. Def hire him.
At first I was reluctant and wary to trust Haitam with my swing due to his young age and experience. I have never been so wrong! He is an outstanding instructor and managed to fix my slice in less than 5 minutes. After swinging twice, he identified three issues that caused me to slice and after we both worked on them. I managed to hit it with a very slight fade, which he said was natural. I'm still taking classes with him and I would recommend him to anyone!
We introduce ourselves, have a talk about their current struggles and where they wish to be. After the first lesson, I could easily give an estimate on how long my student could achieve their goal depending on the amount of work they're willing to put in.
I am studying psychotherapy on the side. I can read anyone and identify the emotions that are manifested and how to work on anger management and concentration on the golf course.
I charge depending on how much my students are willing to work with me. A typical PGA apprentice coach gets paid $80 per session. I do not have that title, but my level of understanding and skill is beyond a typical PGA apprentice.
I put myself to work when I am passionate about anything. I have studied golf inside out, and I know that I have the capacity to teach it to prospective students of any level.
I have a meetup group. I've worked with kids, elders, youngsters and disabled people.
I've won the throne's cup in Morocco over the summer. It was a scramble and we played -12. It was a great event which I'll never forget. I have participated in multiple tournaments which were organized by the SCGA and GolfChannelAMTour. I've ended second in two events and played a total of 11 in the top flight.
Is the instructor's personality a good fit for me?
How many sessions will it take me to reach my goal?