How long should a golf improvement program last?

In order to identify your natural movement patterns and own them, develop a scoring mindset, learn how to practice your whole game with purpose, develop the on-course strategy you need to play your best, how long will it take?

A) One hour
B) Half day
C) Three-day golf school
D) Three months
E) Lifetime

If you answered A, one hour, I’m simply not the instructor or coach you are looking for. I enjoy developing relationships with my clients and it’s not feasible to give you everything you need in one hour.

If you answered B, half day, we could do a warm-up, play nine holes, benchmark your skills, identify your natural movement patterns and give you a roadmap to follow to develop your game.

IF you answered C, three-day golf school, we’re getting closer…

If you answered D, three months, this is where I would ideally start golfers in order to develop the scoring mindset, on-course skills, purposeful practice session and own your natural movement patterns and golf swing.
If you answered E, golf is a game you can learn and improve over a lifetime, you are my ideal student. Now you don’t have to take a lesson every week for the rest of your life, I’d like to be your guide to help you achieve your golfing goals.

Call me at 952/401-4653 to schedule a time or for a free 15-minute phone consultation.

What tees you should play from based on clubhead speed or 5-iron distance

Golf is a game and games should be fun.
One of the reasons many golfers enjoy the game is picking the wrong tee.
Here is a guide for you to pick your best tee based on your 5-iron distance.
If Male Tour Players play 7200 yard golf courses and hit their 5-irons 200-yards, there is a factor of 36.
Simply take your 5-iron distance and multiply it by 36 to create your Tour Experience.