Looking for a way to improve your game and stretch you golf instruction budget?
Consider a specialty school or group lesson.
When working on improving your full swing it is best to work in a one on one format because of an individuals physical makeup. But when it comes to improving the short game you can learn a great deal in a small group format.
The parts of the Short Game have common elements from player to player with room for some individuality. A group of 4 people allows you to learn the essentials of both technique and practice with all participants getting enough time and attention.
In a 2 hour period a person could work on the fundamentals of Putting and Chipping together because they easily flow together and spend about half the normal rate of a private lesson. The different parts of the Wedge Game can also be successfully be learned in a group format.
So the next time you want to improve Short Game consider a small group. If you are interested in Short Game group lesson contact Scott by clicking here.