Here’s the Proof That Golf School Works Customer satisfaction might just be the most important proof behind a successful product or service. Indeed, satisfied golfers are the proof that golf school works and is a great investment in your game. In a America’s Top 25 Golf Schools article in GOLF Magazine, writer Peter Morrice said, “If student satisfaction is any indication, sign up right away.”1 80% of the 7500 school alumni polled said they’d go back to golf school, and 89% went on to say that they’d recommend golf school to a friend. Morrice indicated that with such a positive impact on one’s golf, golf school is a great way to invest in your game. 99% of golfers who attend the Phil Ritson-Mel Sole 3-day Golf School say the experience “exceeded expectations” in all categories on our feedback form. 65% of our customers are Alumni and/or their referrals. Unanimous 5-star reviews of the golf school further illustrate our students’ satisfaction. Each week we receive letters and phone calls from excited students who’ve just won their club championship, made the school golf team, broken 100 for the first time, made a hole-in-one, etc. We also hear from students who are delighted to tell us that they now love golf, as a result our program and their follow-up practice commitment. This is similar to what we hear from former non-golfing students who immersed themselves in our 3-day school, hoping that they’d learn to enjoy golf so they can play with a spouse or compete in company outings. Their excitement speaks success to me as much as the previous examples, which are more easily measured. Who’s opinion about golf school would you trust: a savvy marketer or a satisfied student? The overwhelmingly high level of customer satisfaction is very compelling proof that golf school works. 1. Peter Morrice, “Is Golf School for You?,” GOLF Magazine, June 2001, 112.