We've specifically designed these half day workshops to help intermediate to advanced level golfers develop skills needed to lower scores by improving their ball striking, short games, and putting in small group formats, which allows for substantial instruction time at affordable rates. All areas of ball striking, the short game, and putting will be addressed in half day formats.
The Half Day Workshops consists of 3.5 hours of instruction on Saturday afternoons from 1 - 4:30 pm.
Minimum Class size: 2 Students, 4:1 student/teacher ratio
$200 per person
This workshop will cover the most important areas involved in developing higher levels of ball striking: what the clubs should do through impact, developing ball flight control and trajectory control, and important differences between iron shots and driving. The ball striking halfday workshops will include video analysis for participants.
April 18, May 16, June 20, July 18, and August 15
This workshop will cover the most important areas involved in developing higher levels of short game skills. The workshop will focus upon developing important essentials in chipping, pitching, lob shots, and bunker shots. The workshop will also include developing skills for situational assessment and proper shot selection. Video analysis may be included.
June 13 and August 1
This workshop will cover the most important areas involved in developing a high level of putting ability. The workshop will focus heavily on developing consistent stroke mechanics, developing strength in the area of distance and speed control, as well as touching upon green reading development. Video and Putter system analysis may be included for technique analysis.
May 2 and July 11
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