Top 14 Tips for Selecting A Golf School
With the increase in number of schools for learning Golf, it has become necessary for the learner to find out aschool that suits him best from all the angles. Here arethe tips for selecting a Golf School:
1. When the institute was established and how many membersthey have. Since when they are into coaching.
2. What type of golf course they have? Is it 18 holes, 22holes, 27 holes or more?
3. Do they organize tournaments regularly (a lot oflearning is possible by the learner by simply watching goodplayers)?
4. The school should have sound credentials. If possible, find out from other sources about the claims they make.
5. Try to get the record of accomplishment of the schoolsby talking to people who either are learning there or havecompleted the training and now practicing there orelsewhere.
6. Get details from other such schools, make your ownassessment/comparison and decide. If a school offers anyguarantee, the same should be crosschecked with schools.
7. Find out the details of the program they have for thelearners. What methodology they follow in coaching thestudents.
8. How many students have completed their training andwhere they are. Have they trained/producednational/international golfers?
9. What kind of facilities they have? Do they have thefacility to learn Uphill, Downhill, Side hill, Sand andtrouble shots?
10. Can one learn all types of shots during training orsome shots they do not teach during training?
11. Do they have separate ground for training?
12. What type of facilities for learning/improving theSwing. Do they have a Video that can analyze the swing? Ifyes, it will be better because one can learn by seeing hisshots on the video and find out where and what is wrong init. You can improve/ accelerate your learning curve bywatching and practicing.
13. Do they customize the traizning program according to theneeds / skills of the individual or these are common toall. This may be very crucial in deciding as one wouldalways like to have a tailor made learning package so thathe can get best out of the training.
14. Do they have covered ground for learning, this isimportant because if it rains continuously for daystogether one may lose his training time resulting into lossof total training days/hours?
Follow these tips, and selecting the right golf schoolbecomes a no brainer.
Bud Bradley is a freelance writer, working long hours at acomputer. His main relaxation is golf, and over many yearshe's visited many golf schools in an attempt to improve hisgame. This series of articles relates his experience.