7 hours of instruction at our learning center, 3.5 hours per day.
Choose from either morning, 9am to 12:30 OR afternoon, 1:30 to 5pm.
We start off inside the golf school with a brief discussion between student and teacher on the student’s level of play, amount of play & practice, and the goals that he/she would like to achieve with their golf. Then we head to the practice tee where the Instructor video tapes your swing (without any directions at this point from the teacher – we want to see your natural swing).
Next, you’re taken into the viewing room where your Instructor will provide video analysis. This will determine which aspects of the full swing need improvement, and personal practice drills are prescribed and explained. Afterwards, the student returns to the practice tee and spends about an hour on full swing drills specific to their needs.
Following that, you’ll begin to work on pitching and bunker shots or chipping and putting (whichever of those is not covered on the first day, will be done the second day).
Some video taping is done for both long & short game work and, towards the end of class, the students return to the viewing room for video analysis. They’ll observe changes that have taken place, and the Instructor will discuss what needs more work on the following day.
Students begin working on the practice tee with woods and irons for full swing shots. After approx. one hour, they will change to focus on two aspects of the short game – if they covered pitch shots and sand play on the first day, they will do chipping & putting today, or vice versa The Instructor gets a little more filming done with both Teacher and Student correctly executing short game shots, and then students are brought inside for final viewing. Questions are encouraged and practice plans are discussed. Personal lesson/drills video are emailed to the student for continued practice. Information on our follow-up services is provided.
- If the student is joining a 3-day school already in session, then his/her itinerary will match the itinerary of day 1, 2 or 3 as described in our 3-day school curriculum.
- You may be requested to arrive 30 minutes before regular class starts, to give us time to video tape your swing and provide analysis, so that you’re “up to speed” when the rest of the class arrives.
- If the student is the sole attendee in a 2-day school, he/she has the option of choosing to spend more time on either the long game or the short game. The Instructor will also make helpful suggestions as to the curriculum if the student needs guidance.