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Online Golf School

An online golf school is a new way to learn how to play golf or simply improve your game. There are many benefits to learning the game through this type of mobile golf lessons. Obviously, being mobile, you can take them with you everywhere you go with an internet connection. If you travel at all, this becomes a no-brainier for you to improve your game. You can get the instruction when your schedule allows and you are not depending on anybody else’s schedule. Finally, internet golf lessons are not intimidating as an in person one-on-one lesson or golf class can be for some players.

Private Golf Lessons – An online golf school can provide private golf lessons. This can happen in various ways. A popular way that this instruction is provided is that you will video your golf swing. You then send it to the online golf school for an instructor will review. The instructor may use golf instruction software to draw some lines or circles as they add their voice to the lesson to return to you. This process may take several days to happen and pricing varies depending on which online golf school that you use.

Online Golf Clinic – An online golf school can offer group golf classes via a golf webinar. The golf clinic can make many forms and will depend on what the instructor wants to do. The clinic may have a specific topic such as putting lessons or how to hit it farther. From here, there are a couple of different formats. The instructor may open the golf webinar up right away to a straight question and answer. Depending on the technology that the instructor is using, you may pop up in video to ask your question or you may simply type your question into a chat box and they will answer in order.
 Many companies are watching expenses more than ever before. In turn, they have turned to virtual meetings therefore they do not have as many expenses for travel. In addition, the employees do not have to take the time away from their families. The same thing can happen for an online corporate golf clinic. By using technology and an online golf academy, you can give your employees, vendors or customers a great benefit for a very low cost.

Free Golf Lessons – Many online golf schools offer free online golf lessons. They do this to show you, the player, their theories with the hope that you like them and then pursue more information via memberships and/or online video lessons. Keep in mind that not all golf tips work for everyone. We all have different body types and learning styles. In addition, the new information needs to go along with the theory that you have been using. If it is vastly different, you may get worse and have a bad taste in your mouth.
As you can see, an online golf school can offer the same instruction as a “brick and mortar” golf academy. In addition, online golf lessons come with the benefits of being mobile, being on your own time schedule and they are not as intimidating like in-person instruction can be.

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