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Golf Clinic

Many players will attend a golf clinic when they are first learning how to play the game. Once it is over, they think that they have checked that box and there is no need to return. This is simply not true. The golf profession has become hung up on creating new golfers and, honestly, we are pretty good at it. The challenge becomes that once someone is introduced to the game, what do they do and where do they go from there?
There are many types of clinics available to all skill levels of golfers. Just because you have attended a clinic does not mean that you still cannot get good information on a second go around. Below are just few examples of these types of golf classes:

Online Golf Clinic – This may come in the form of a golf webinar. This format will vary depending on the instructor but it still can hold many benefits for you. Many golfers are too embarrassed to attend “live” lessons, as they are afraid that they will look silly. By learning through an online format, you may type your question in to the chat log and nobody will ever know who you are! You can still get great information and many times it is recorded so you can watch at your convenience wherever you are or as many times as you want.

Ladies Golf Clinic – If you are new to a city or new to a club, this can be a great way for you to get involved and meet other ladies that are looking to play or learn to play golf. This format is done a multitude of different ways depending on the size of the group golf lesson. Typically, the instructor will give a short presentation at the beginning of the session and then allow the group to spread out to work on the information while they come around and offer individual advice.

Junior Golf Clinic – This format of junior golf lessons is a popular summertime event for many youth and is how many kids are introduced to the game. Depending on the age of your child, you will need to ask a few questions such as 1. How are the skill levels broken up? Is it strictly by age or is it done on skill level? 2. What is the student/teacher ratio? 3. Does my child want to attend? This last question seems to be the one that rarely gets asked by the parents. You know how your kids are if they do not want to be somewhere.

Short Game Clinic – This format is another that you can take time and time again and just keep learning as you can always stand to improve your short game. Again, the format will vary, but many will provide you with a new wedge as it will be included in the price. You should be able to be properly fitted for a new wedge during the clinic or they will give you recommendations for what type of wedge and bounce will work best for you. If you do not know what bounce is, then you need to attend a short game school and you will see your scores improve.

Beginner Golf Clinic – Again, if you have already been through a beginner golf lesson, you may want to ask some questions of the staff. Will it be the exact same format? If it is, that is ok because it is doubtful that you received and retained everything that was put in front of you the first time around. Ask them what you could get out of it by attending a second time. If they cannot answer that then I would move on to another instructor.

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