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Mobile Golf Lessons

Why should you be limited to learning? With today’s technology and mobile golf lessons, you can take your golf instruction literally anywhere! With a laptop, iPad or smart phone and an internet connection, you can learn to play the game at your own pace and have personalized lessons while you are standing on the driving range or anywhere that you feel the need.
We are asked all of the time… so, what exactly are the advantages of using mobile golf lessons to improve my game? Although the list has many advantages, here are the biggest advantages that we think that you have in taking mobile golf lessons:
  1. Cost - If we are being honest with ourselves, many times price plays a larger part than we would like when it comes to taking golf instruction from a Professional. IN doing research, nationally the AVERAGE one hour golf lesson ranges from $70-$90. That is for one lesson! In today’s economy, everyone having less and less disposable income and this range simply may not be in the budget. Companies such as Wireless Golf Coach allow you to take unlimited mobile golf lessons for less than the cost of one average golf lesson.
  2. Convenience - The best part of mobile golf lessons is that they are…well…mobile. You can take them anywhere that you are able to connect to a smart phone, lap top, iPad, desk top, etc. Mobile golf instructions are great for those who have to travel for work or those that live in a rural area and do not have access to many instructors.
  3. Reach More Golf Instructors - One of the most over looked things that students do when selecting a golf instructor is understanding what their very own learning style is and does it match the way the teacher delivers the information? For example, if you learn best by feel and the instructor keeps demonstrating what to do in front of you, the two of you are not a good match. The instructor needs to understand different learning styles and how to teach to each.
  4. Learn At Your Own Pace - This is definitely and advantage of taking mobile golf lessons. Not everyone learns at the same rate and not everyone has the same amount of time to spend on improving his or her game. More than likely you know quickly that you like to receive information while trying to learn. If you do not get you can simply rewind and watch again. If you still have questions you can get them answered during a golf webinar.
  5. Mobile Instruction - Is Not Awkward Many people feel too embarrassed to take a golf lesson in person. They prefer to be on something like Skype or even just type their question into a chat box is more comforting for them.
  6. You Do NOT Need To Be A Tech Geek - Many people are concerned with how “techie�? these things must be. Honestly, they simply are not. Depending on what software the host is using, it usually only takes a couple of clicks and you can receive mobile golf instruction. This is the best part!
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