Marty Fleckman is a world-class golf instructor that provides top-notch individual instruction. It’s an invaluable resource for everyone from juniors to weekend players, all the way up to touring pros. Marty breaks the game of golf down into its elements to teach you to play it the way it should be played.
Develop proper technique by utilizing the V-1 Digital Coach video analysis technology. This frame-by-frame analysis of your swing allows Marty to make rapid adjustments to your technique. Marty will help you develop the proper short game techniques – sand play, chipping, pitching and putting. You’ll also master the pre-shot routine to properly aim and line up your shot. Finally, you’ll learn the concepts of course management, taught to Marty by one of the legends of golf, Byron Nelson.
My main objective is to help golfers realize their potential. I never try to Burn the Barn down to get rid of Rats. Every golfer has talent and it is up to the instructor to help each individual reach his or her potential. I only give each student one or two things per lesson because I want each one to be able to go to the golf course and play. I get so much gratification in helping every student improve.
He is VERY patient!
Everything. Marty was able to fix the glitch in my swing During my lesson. I will definitely go back to see him for more tips.
Everybody Has Talent. It is up to the instructor to bring that talent to the highest level. I never try to burn the barn down to get rid of rats. I try to work with in every golfers capability
And won many tournaments as an amateur including three national championships at the University of Houston. Won the individual NCAA Championship 1965. I am a PGA Tour winner. Member of the 1967 Walker Cup team. There is nothing in golf that I have not experienced not only physically but mentally.
$60 for a half-hour lesson without video. $150 for a one-hour video Lesson and Analysis. Then I offer packages of 5 for both of 30 minute and hour lessons with discounts.
I was very fortunate to have Byron Nelson, Carl Lohren and Jim Hardy as my teachers plus my experience and playing competitive golf.
I teach students of all ages beginners High handicaps low handicaps and scratch players.
When I was an amateur and leading the 1967 u.s. open at baltusrol I was filmed arm wrestling Arnold Palmer in the locker room.
Find an instructor that has played competitive golf and understands all aspects of performing on the golf course. Also the instructor must understand ball flight and can relate it to impact to produce the correct consistent repetitive swing.
Does the instructor understand ball flight and can he related to impact. Plus how many different thoughts will you give me at one time one or two or as many as 10 to 15.