This program’s aim is to help the player to start break scoring barriers regularly, for example breaking 100, 90, 80 and so forth. The program starts with a complete assessment and follows a dedicated plan.
The program is designed to bring about improvements via simple corrections in mainly the fundamentals, making sure the player knows what and how to practice. The coach will also make sure the player is practicing correctly even when it is not part of lesson time. The latest technology is made use of.
A follow-up session ideally takes place after at least 4 practice sessions have taken place. The “breaking” factor is ongoing however, with the contact remaining between player and coach to evaluate when certain goals have been reached.
Master the Short Game
As the name suggests, this program aims to get the player improving vastly at the vital short game elements, ie bunker play, pitching, chipping and putting. It involves an assessment as well as a correcting and drills element.
Discussions and improvement of all short game elements take place, starting with the weakest element.
Follow-ups on improvements made preferably take place after at least 3 practice sessions have taken place.
As the name suggests, this program’s goal is to guide the player toward becoming a “complete golfer” by following a dedicated, well worked out plan covering all aspects, starting with the player’s weakest elements.
The program starts with a thorough assessment and follows a dedicated plan. This program is also ideal for the off-season or as a year-long programme where you have constant guidance with you.
The program is dedicated to improvement via simple corrections in mainly the fundamentals, making sure the player knows what and how to practice. The coach will also make sure the player is practicing correctly even when it is not part of lesson time. The latest technology is made use of. Where possible, course and range sessions can be alternated.
Follow-ups take place to assess improvements. The contact between player and coach remains to evaluate when various goals and objectives have been reached.
Managing the Course
This program is dedicated to showing you how you can improve your score by doing nothing other than making better decisions while playing. An on-course assessment is followed by a dedicated session and a follow-up.
The dedicated on-course session shows you how better decision-making can lead to much better scoring without technical changes.
The follow-up session to review improvements ideally takes place after at least 2 rounds.