How many golf lessons do I need?

To determine the amount of golf lessons you need, we look at your golf expectations and your experience level.  Most people take (5) range lessons to work on their set-up routine and swing path to help with consistency.  Then there are people who take (20) plus range lessons and playing lessons over the year to help advance their skill level from Tee to Green.

How should I plan my practice between golf lessons?

We have various practice plans based on skill levels.  Some people (with no experience) simply come weekly and practice home drills without a club to help improve their swing motion and balance.  Then we have people who come twice a month and once a month, etc. to work on more swing fundamentals and techniques.  Every person is different, but what is similar is the importance of booking a lesson immediately if you encounter swing issues as they can form bad practice habits and show up on the golf course.

What is a Range Lesson?

Range Lessons are designed to help beginners to more experienced golfers develop a consistent set-up routine and swing motion in a Driving Range setting to play better golf. With your golf coach you will learn a proper foundation from grip, posture, balance, alignment, ball positions for all clubs from Driver to your Putter.   Your coach will help you develop a fundamentally sound swing tailored to each individual which is focused on repeatability.  You will get to work on different techniques tailored to you depending on your level of experience.

What is a Playing Lesson?

Playing Lessons are designed to help you transition from range lessons on to the golf course. With your golf coach guidance, you will learn how to take your swing from the driving range to the golf course. Your coach will help you develop on-course management skills to confidently navigate from tee shots, approach shots, to pitching/chipping to reading putts on the green. You will work on various situations (risk versus reward) over and around hazards.  You will get to work on different techniques tailored to you depending on your level of experience.

What are examples of Golf Goals?

Examples of golf goals can be to learn how to swing a golf club and get the ball up in the air for an absolute beginner golfer to breaking a score of 100, 90, 80, etc. for more experienced golfers or even fixing slice or hook shots, etc. Other golf goals can include to not be embarrassed when playing golf with friends, family and for work with clients and or work colleagues.

Benefits of golf lessons versus watching how to videos?

Benefits of Range Lessons are that you get personalized coaching in person to help with Proper Foundation (example: grip, posture, balance, alignment, ball positions).  Learn new techniques (example: Chipping to Fading the Ball).  Gain confidence (example: How to use a pre shot routine to stay consistence on the golf course) 

Benefits of Playing Lessons are that you get personalized coaching in person to help Improve Scoring (example: decision making risk versus reward).  Learn new techniques (example: side hill lie or trouble shots).  Gain confidence (example: How to use your pre shot routine effectively).  Learn rules, etiquette and pace of play on a live golf course.

How to Select the Right Golf Coach for Me?

You can select a golf coach/pro based on a referral from someone who has taken lessons and/or check their website for customer reviews and/or have just one lesson to see if you like the teaching process and listen to how they plan to help you achieve your golf goals.

How much do golf lessons cost?

We offer 30-minute and 60-minute lessons.  Adults are $65 and $110 per lesson.  Juniors are $45 and $85 per lesson.  Lessons can be private 1 on 1 or with 2 or more people with the golf coach.  Have a look at our golf lesson options.

What technology do you use and why?

All of our golf lessons include a Summary Video Analysis to help show students results and reminders.  We also use the latest Pressure Mat Technology and Golf Simulator Ball Flight Data for more advanced players based on each person’s lesson plan and performance expectations.