The Scoring Zone

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Over the past year it has been wonderful to see the incredible improvement my students have enjoyed from tee to green.

All are hitting the ball magnificently but what really excites me are the benefits derived in their short game from the use of the TrackMan technology along with teaching skills learned from my time travelling on the European Tour with Brett Rumford.

We used to spend many hours in practice sessions assisting each other in preparation for tournaments and I am always delighted to share this experience with my students by applying his short game techniques coupled with the state of the art TrackMan.

Witnessing golfers’ development in chipping, pitching, bunkers and especially putting by implementing Brett’s solid short game fundamentals backed up by the verification process of TrackMan to youngsters, ladies and gentlemen of all ages and standards is truly amazing.

Just like Dustin Johnson, even at club level our school attendees are focussing on the importance of the ‘scoring zone’ from 100m to the hole. Understanding the ball flight, i.e.: height and decent angle plus the advantages of learning how to control your spin are essential to your short game.

Within this 100 metre distance I can safely say that every golfer in the world is capable of improvement and ensuring proximity to the hole…all it takes is quality coaching and ongoing practice.

So, from striking the ball well with drivers and long irons our ‘One-Stop Shop’ approach makes for exciting times ahead for golfers in our programs whether they are on international tours or local club players.

By providing this service it is a joy to watch not only the Pros perform but amateurs progressing from a position of limited confidence to winning their club competitions.

Remember: Chip close and sink the putt…do this regularly in the Scoring Zone and watch your handicap drop.

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