I understand that golf can be very intimidating when you’re starting out…especially as a parent. This online series is designed for absolute newcomers. I’m talking about parents and players who have never been on a golf course before.
See, golf is unique when it comes to spending time with your child. Unlike other sports, learning golf with your child means a future filled with time spent together, overcoming challenges and achieving goals TOGETHER.
You can take these courses alone or alongside your child. You’ll read articles, watch videos and take some online quizzes to make sure you’re getting it right.
Of course, we’re going to cover the fundamentals. You’ll learn about equipment and clubs. I’ll show you some shortcuts on how to practice and improve more quickly. I’ll teach you how to hold the golf club properly, how to stand, aim, and swing the club.
Each course should take about an hour of your time.
Fill the form out and get started immediately. When you and your child pass these courses, I promise that you’ll be eager to get out there and play some golf!
Casey Bourque, PGA
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“Hi Casey, I’ve watched all your vids and I think they’re worth more than any lesson I’ve paid money for with my local UK pro’s! Excellent instructions, thanks for posting them, they’ve helped me fall in love with the game again. Best wishes from the UK”
Let’s face it, fancy country clubs with their rules, dress codes and strange traditions can be really intimidating places. The first barrier we’ve got to break down for you is helping you get comfortable at the golf course. If you’re not happy playing golf, there’s no point right?
If you’re eventually going to get serious about golf, you’ll need to know something about the equipment you’re using. Every club serves a specific purpose, each with some components you should understand. When it comes to buying, I’ll offer my two cents there as well.
Rapid firing hundreds of balls onto a driving range is no way to improve. Make the best use of the limited practice time you have. Tips and drills are helpful, but leaning on them too heavily isn’t good either. Golf’s an exercise in self-inspection and discipline…I’ll show you how.
I get it, everyone wants to hit the ball long and straight…every time. A proper golf grip is the closest thing to the secret remedy you’re ever going to find – without a good grip, I’m telling you you’re guaranteed to struggle. Get it down and the world is yours. Take your time on this one and do it right…it’ll pay off big time.
Don’t worry, we’re not getting technical here. It’s just a good idea for you to learn the basics of what your body and the golf club should be doing (generally) throughout a good golf swing. This knowledge can help you weed out bad information later on.