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Smart Phone Golf Lessons

Everyone is using technology in ways they simply were not even just a few short years ago. An example of this would be the ability to take smart phone golf lessons. In the past, the only way to take golf lessons were to either try to book a private golf lesson with a busy golf professional and match the time into your busy schedule or take an intimidating group lesson where you would not get individual attention. Either way this stress many players out to the point they would avoid taking golf instruction. Now, taking golf lessons with your smart phone gives you many benefits. Below are just a few…

No Tech Greek Needed – As long as you can work your smart phone and are able to surf the internet you will be able to take advantage of smart phone golf lessons. You may read golf articles, watch golf videos, watch a golf webinar or even take a video of yourself to send off for a professional to review. The definition of smart phone golf instruction is still contains a lot of variety.

Many Instructors at Your Fingertips – You will now have access to literally thousands of golf instructors. There is good and bad to this. Keep in mind that anyone can put up anything on the internet and many decide to put up internet golf lessons whether they are qualified or not. You will want to do some research on them to find out if they are affiliated with the PGA of America and have become a Certified Professional in Golf Instruction or a Master Professional in Golf Instruction.

Convenience – Let’s face it, this a big deal why most golfers do not take instruction or play as much golf as they would like. They simply do not have the time. Smart phone golf lessons allow you to work on your game when it is convenient for you to work on it. It does not matter whether you are on your club’s range, at home or traveling. It is a great way to take mobile golf lessons.

Not Intimidating – Many golfers find taking private lessons or golf classes intimidating. This is understandable as I am nervous when taking a lesson form a new instructor myself. Everybody wants to impress and not look foolish in front of someone we perceive to be an expert in the game. Others simply are not comfortable being around others as they try to learn the game as they always think that they will be the worst one there. This is usually not true. However, it is their perception so it becomes a reality and hinders them from participating.

Price of a Golf Lesson – Other than time, money is the next biggest barrier facing the game of golf. Many players simply do not have the disposable income that they have even a few years ago. Being that the average cost of a golf lesson is $80 in the US, this makes golf instruction out of reach for many players. With doing some research, you can find a qualified golf instructor who provides smart phone golf lessons that can help you improve and enjoy the game.

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