The golf swing is is made to look so easy but yet we struggle to grasp the simplest of concepts. Would you be surprised to learn the swing has little to do with your arms and hands? I strive to find a way to relate the instruction to each golfer I come into contact with. For the more experienced player, we have to change a habit. For the newest of players, we will find a solid foundation to build on. This sport appears so easy to hit a ball which is not in motion when in fact that is probably the reason we struggle. The ball just sits there which allows us to THINK. I have a very solid approach to make more consistent impact of the golf ball as well as trying to teach my players to be more instinctive at the moment of truth. And I can do all of this without hitting one ball.
I enjoy spreading the instruction I have attained at the Golf Academy of America as well as other professional instructors. It's an eye opening experience no one is really producing as I browse online tips and The Golf Channel.
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I like to spend some time learning about my golfer. Who they are, where they've been, experience, and prior instruction. I talk about the most popular tips and explain why it is good or bad. Either case, I make sure to explain the WHY. I can do this in the comfort of your home, my home, coffee shop or wherever. I have drills and exercises one can do at home to build a repeatable motion and take it to the range. It's 1,2,3 simple!
I've been a military instructor, but don't worry, I won't have you on the ground doing push-ups. I've taken that experience and Graduated 2 years at the Golf Academy of America with a certificate in advanced teaching. I work with juniors, kids trying to make the high school team, adults looking to sharpen their age, or retirees looking to do something new.I've been teaching full-time for the past five years and I have full access to a local country club for on Course lessons.
I'm cheap compared to others. I average about $60/hr. I keep the cost low. The game is expensive enough. If you feel I deserve more, tips are greatly appreciated but never expected.
The passion I have for the game is unmeasurable. I want to live the rest of my life doing something that makes me happy.
Youngest of kids 6 yo, to 90 yo
make sure you can relate to your instructor. You should always be comfortable and feel you are getting better.
Can you be honest with yourself?
what physical or mental limitations do you have?
how much time do you actually have to practice?
Are you looking for a quick fix? (Doesn't exist)
Why do you want to play the most difficult game in the universe?