Holding a club feels awkward Swinging a club just isn’t natural How will I possibly remember all the rules? I am going to totally miss the ball I am gonna look like an idiot I don’t know where to go Golf lingo? No clue! And, if you’re already feeling embarrassed, you probably don’t want to go to a golf course surrounded by people who already know what they’re doing to learn how to play.
This easy-to-follow video course is available for instant download and covers:
In this video you learn how to grip and swing a golf club. You can learn this in the privacy of your own home before you ever set foot on the golf course!
Feeling intimidated about what to expect your first time at a club? Ride along with me as I walk you through arrival, the locker room…and even how to operate a golf cart!
Learn all the basic terminology and geography of a golf course, basic game play and insider etiquette that no one ever talks about (but experienced golfers expect)!
This is a limited time offer
3 Video Golf Lessons available instantly, where you’ll learn:
BONUS Guide to a Great Grip to help you remember exactly how to grip your club for your best shot!
BONUS Equipment Guide to help you find a FREE practice club or upgrade to great clubs once you’re ready.
BONUS Video on How to Carry Your Bag Like a Veteran
Wait...Who the heck ARE you?
Great question and glad you asked! Click this link to check out my story.
What if I have physical limitations?
Well, I am going to tell you that you need to get your Doctor’s approval for sure. After you are cleared by your Doctor, nothing I teach you should ever cause you pain or discomfort. Yet if you are uncomfortable there are a few things to consider:
How do I know what clubs to use?
To get started, you really only need a practice club. You’ll receive a bonus cheat sheet to help you find a practice club for free (or very low cost).
My husband thinks he can teach me all of this. Is he right?
I get asked this question all the time. Would you take medical advice from your accountant? Or legal advice from your auto mechanic? Nothing against your husband, but unless he is a golf pro and has experience teaching, I would tell you no. Good teaching professionals have worked for years fine-tuning how best to evaluate swings and communicate the appropriate course of action. There is a huge difference between executing and communicating how to execute. Most advice you receive from an amateur, no matter how low the handicap, is likely to be his or her own medicine. So proceed with caution.
Great but what should I do after this Course to keep learning?
Super question! I have a more broad course that covers all the shots in golf that you will hear discussed in the video. Plus I dig into more detail about the golf swing and keep it all super simple and dependable so that you can get out and start playing ASAP! You can check that course out HERE