Why Should You Choose On-Course Instruction?
All Golfer’s should invest some time an effort into On-Course Instruction. Why does your score remain the same even though you’re putting in more practice time? Have you ever wondered when your improvement will find its way to the golf course? Have you ever made a rules decision for yourself that you second guessed afterwards? Chances are, you’re asking yourself these questions a lot, as well as other similar questions that have one thing in common; you’re not playing as smart as you could with the skills you currently possess.
Your skill improvement takes time to merge with the skills you currently possess, the skills you take the golf course regularly. And you have to make smarter decisions now, with the current skills you have, before you’ll see significant results in your scores. That’s why On-Course Instruction is an important part of any Golf Improvement Plan, regardless of your skill level.
Why On-Course Instruction?
Hitting ball after ball at the practice facility is great, but not enough. You have to learn to take what you are doing well at the practice facility to the golf course. And you have to learn to take what you do well on the golf course to the practice facility. On-Course Instruction allows you to complete the circle of improvement, highlighting the items you do well both on the course and at the practice facility, and merging those positive attributes together.
What is On-Course Instruction?
On-Course Instruction is simply that, instruction that takes place on the golf course. Unlike instruction at the practice facility, instruction on the golf course takes into affect the circumstances you face each and every hole you play, as well as the resulting consequences. Instruction on the golf course provides you the opportunity to make smarter decisions with all your current skills, while minimizing risk, so you can become a better overall golfer. Instruction on the course entails more than just swing mechanics. It involves golf course architecture, rules application, environmental conditions, forward thinking, and your ability to solve what you perceive to be complex problems, simpler.
What will I Learn Experiencing an On-Course Instruction Session?
There are many things you can learn while experiencing on the golf course that you can’t learn at the practice facility. So many in fact, that each time you experience an On-Course Instruction Session, you’re bond to learn something new each time. You’ll learn to:
- Make better decisions with the skills you currently possess
- Incorporate the new and improved skills you are learning at the practice facility into your normal golf routine
- Make better decisions when it comes to applying the rules of golf
- Make better decisions based on golf course features and architectural styling
- Insure your Short Game Skills match your Full Swing Decisions
- Test your skills under simulated real-time conditions
- Get out of trouble situations with less effort and more efficiency
When Can I Experience On-Course Instruction?
John Hughes Golf incorporates On-Course Instruction into almost every Coaching Program he offers. Within our Custom Coaching Programs, On-Course Instruction is the included in every package, the first time you meet with John. Instruction on the golf course occurs daily within every Orlando Golf School you experience. And Golf Course instruction time is an integral part of every Golf Instruction/Coaching Membership Program