- 5 students maximum per class
- Ability matched groups
- In-depth interview and assessment to understand your needs
- Coaching tailored to your individual requirements
- Simple concise instruction targeting areas needing improvement
Created for golfers with a handicap or platzreife - Commitment and will to take the extra step and lower your handicap
Select between the Basic, Intermediate or Ambitious program
Understand the laws & principles that determine the flight of your golf ball - 5 students maximum per class
Guided & structured daily practice leads to advances in your game
Clear exercises & drills to learn faster and practice efficiently
Innovative mental games to develop self-awareness and self-evaluation
Apply the concepts learned playing on the golf course
What to Expect
To become good golfers we have to accept and embrace that adjustments to our ‘feel’ are part of the learning process – our golf swing keeps evolving.
In this course I will teach you various routines and mental games to use whilst practicing, so you learn to improve also through self-assessment.
Initial interview where I will test your current golfing level and we will talk about your personal goals so the course enables you to fulfill them.
This program is thought, designed and structured for golfers that are keen on improving – this means focused & efficient training.
I will ensure that you fully understand the new ‘feel’ or concept, especially why it’s relevant for you. The next step in the process is the use of drills & exercises – let’s see which one adapts best to your swing pattern and helps you experience the new ‘feel’ correctly.
It is vital for your improvement that you focus entirely on learning the new task at hand. In golf, taking a step forward sometimes requires a little patience and time!
Self-evaluation here is key – Do you know what’s happening in case the result isn’t there? Paying full attention to develop and learn the new move is at this stage more important than the result of our golf shot.
The learning experience will be shared in a group no larger than 5, allowing for individual attention in a structured environment.
Small groups of motivated golfers create the best environment for you to improve – practice and compete daily with other students.
Playing on the course will enable me to look into what departments of your game, golfing IQ or mental approach need further attention.