Performance Golf Coaching Services
Combined Coaching for the new era.
Coach the Individual
Every Golfer needs a functional technique which is repeatable in terms of strike and ball flight and complies with the laws and physics of impact.
No one swing fits all and all a swing produces is a ball flight.
The Laws of impact and flight are based on principles (Physics)
These principles are based on individual preferences (Pre - Swing and In - Swing Essentials).
Individual preferences are influenced by gender, age, body type, strength and flexibility (Style and Functionality)
SHORT GAME COACHING
Your Short Game can never be too good
65% of all shots played on the Golf course occur from within 100 yards of the hole.
80% of shots lost to par occur from within 100 yards of the hole.
80% of your actual Handicap is determined by your short game skills.
Distance control is a priority over direction and understanding trajectory and spin is vital for shot and club selection.
Skill development and adaptability from different lies, different sand and different slopes is essential.
At some point the ball must go in the hole
Putting represents 43% of all shots played during the round.
Despite the common myth, Putting is not just a matter of "feel".
Putting is a blend of science and art.
The science part is based on biomechanics (technique) and good technique gives good "feel".
The art part is based on your ability to read the green and use your eyes correctly to instruct your brain.
There is no physical reason why the average Golfer cannot achieve the same results in putting as a Tour Player.
The difference between the Range and the Course is your emotions.
Performance is a behavior.
Being "in the zone" both physical and mentally is an outcome/result.
It is not possible just to think your way into the zone but it is possible to think your way out of it.
How you manage yourself between shots has more bearing on your results than you can ever imagine.
Most golfers look for consistency in their swing/technique and spend hours trying to hardwire a technique that won’t let them down especially under pressure however, they do nothing to train their brain and manage themselves on the Golf Course.
VISION TRAINING FOR GOLF
Nothing happens in sport until the eyes tell the body what to do.
Vision is a completely different thing from sight. Sight is how well you can read an eye chart, whereas vision is how well your eyes inform the brain.
Good visual and ocular motor (eye muscle) skills, together with increased concentration capabilities, can dramatically improve golf performance.
Visual skills for golf include eye dominance, eye alignment, eye movement, eye teaming, depth perception (judgment of distance) and peripheral vision.
If the visual information we receive is inaccurate, it will affect our perception and influence our performance level and results.
Visual skills, like all physical and mental skills can be taught, learnt, trained and improved.
COACH EDUCATION AND MENTORING
Invest in yourself and your future.
The world of golf is preparing itself for a major change of philosophy.
It is no longer sufficient for Teachers and Coaches just to be good players and have technical knowledge of swing mechanics.
The old established beliefs are being questioned by some enlightened Coaches who realize that the current way of learning and instruction is not the most effective way for the Golfer.
Forward thinking Coaches will be open to new ideas and research other areas outside of golf for more knowledge.
Forward thinking Coaches will participate in training and education programs to develop themselves.
These Coaches will excel as providers of easy and effective learning.