Are you returning to golf after a spell away from the game?
Maybe family and/or work commitments have changed, so that you’ve now got more leisure time to get out onto the course. Maybe somebody has asked you to play again in a fundraising Golf Classic for some other sports club or charity.
Either way, a series of golf lessons will soon have you back playing as well as you ever did before, and maybe even better.
‘Getting Back Into Golf’ Lessons – What to Expect
We’ll first talk about the level at which you played before, and why you’re getting back into golf now. Both things can affect the approach we take in the golf lessons that follow. For instance, wanting to play well in a once-off event might see us doing thing differently than if you want to play consistently over a longer period of time.
I’ll then ask you to hit some shots with a variety of clubs – woods, long irons, and short irons. This will determine where your game needs most attention, and where you’ve still ‘got it’. Of course, you can also ask me to concentrate on any particular aspect of the game that used to give you more trouble than others.
We’ll then work on improving your game where it needs it most. I will advise on what you’re doing right and wrong, and suggest some changes. We’ll use my Trackman Pro system to analyse your swing and how you’re hitting the ball, and you’ll be able to see in great detail the difference these changes are making.
I’ll give you drills to practice at home, so you can keep up the good work. Even five to ten minutes a day can make a big difference.
Finally, we’ll work out a schedule for how many lessons you’d like, and arrange times and dates for them. I offer special rates for bundles of five and ten lessons. These are the most popular choices for people who are coming to me as they get back into golf.
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You can also use my online system to book a multiple golf lessons package at a discount rate.
I look forward to hearing from you!