TrackMan Golf – Case Study – “10 More Yards”

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Recently, I offered a lesson program with a money-back guarantee at Calgary’s Riverside Golf Centre. (I wish I could say it’s an original idea, but I borrowed it from a teacher in the US named Andrew Rice). This is one of the important ways that TrackMan is changing golf instruction: when quantifiable results are available, marketing strategies […]

“Chain-reaction Learning” – The Magic of Golf Teaching

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Building a dependable golf swing is a developmental process. Therefore, any golf improvement plan should be designed in a way that provides a logical framework for continuous progression. This requires the presence of three ingredients: Means to assess golfer performance and identify improvement priorities: the four objectives of the golf swing The success of any […]