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6 Things to Learn from a Two-Day Golf School

Updated on October 30, 2015

Golf is something that people either love or find boring. For those who know the sport well and have a deep love for it, it is very important to have talent but it is also just as important to practice and train. Why, even the best golfers in the world don’t rely on talent alone but they really put in hours to hone their skills. Those golf pros dedicate hours, weeks, and months to training. So what about those folks who do not have such a luxury and all the time in the world for training and practicing?

Luckily, there are golf schools that offer two-day golf courses. Some of you reading this might wonder what good a two-day golf course can do, and you may think that it is not nearly enough time. The truth is you can go to a two-day golf school and learn more than you expect.

For those looking to enhance their golf skills and want to attend a golf school that doesn’t take up too much of their time, this short course is most recommended. It might not be too much time but you can most certainly learn a lot to help you improve your game.

What Do You Need to Do?

The first thing you need to do if you want to attend a two-day training program is to look for a good golf school that offers such a course. Now, you have to bear in mind that you might have to travel for this but since you love golf enough to actually want to attend a course, you can look at this as a sort of vacation. If you live in an area where there is a school offering a two-day course, you can go to the school and sign up easily. But if you have to travel to get to the venue, you can book a slot online. It should be easy since you can pay when you get to the venue or you can pay online.

When checking out two-day golf courses, make sure you have a look at what levels are permitted. If you are a beginner and you join an intermediate class, you might not get much out of the course and if you are in the intermediate level joining a beginner class, you will only feel disappointed from not getting much out of the training since you probably already know what the coaches or mentors will be discussing. Be sure that you bring this up when inquiring. Thoroughly inspect the program that you are after so that you can go through it with satisfaction and improved skill and talent in the sport when you leave the school.

What Do You Need to Bring?

This depends on the program that you want to go for. Some programs offer meals throughout the duration of the course so you don’t need to bring cash for food. Others will not offer meals so you might have to bring your own or have extra cash to pay for food. Next, you may want to bring your very own umbrella if you are particular about such things but for the most part, these courses will ensure that you have an umbrella as you go about the training. Of course, bringing your clubs to the school is always a prerequisite. You can bring them all with you just to make sure that you have every club you need. However, if you feel that this is too much, you can bring the essential clubs and borrow one from the course provider as they are sure to have extras.

Make sure also that you have everything you might need—the other stuff you usually have with you when you are playing. It is always good to be prepared, especially if you are travelling a long way to attend a two-day class.

What Will You Learn?

For those who are willing to open their minds and give the two-day training a try, these things may be expected. Even so, those who are skeptical about such courses may be interested in knowing what is in store for them if they ever decide to try it out.

Have a look at six things one can expect from a two-day golf school:

  1. Learn more about your swing and form. When you attend a golf camp, the pro will ask you to take a swing and this will most likely be video-taped so the pro can sit down with you and tell you what he thinks of your swing and what you can do to improve it. This is valuable advice so if you are going to do it, don’t be afraid to put on your best form and take that swing.
  2. Practice your swing. Once you get feedback on your swing, such as what is wrong or right with your swing, you will be asked to practice it so that your body gets used to the new way of swinging and new way of standing that you are trying to adopt. It might feel awkward at first but keep at it and pretty soon it will feel like second nature.
  3. Get custom tips and advice. When your two-day golf program is done, the pro will send you home with some tips that are best suited to help you improve your game in particular. These course providers know that each person who attends their program has different needs so they take the time to analyze the golfers and give them advice that is especially tailored for each of them.
  4. See some quick improvement. Of course, nothing beats months and months of practice but if you are looking for a quick way to bring some improvement to your game, this is the way to do it. You never know it but two days may just be enough to impress your boss the next time you are asked to hit the greens.
  5. Get used to warming up. Before starting any sporting game, it is always a good idea to go in warm and in a two-day golf program, you will be taught many different ways to warm up before you take the first swing. You do not want to get into a golf game without this no matter how ready you think you are.
  6. Pick up new techniques. You may have been taught to keep your eye on the ball as you swing but that might not allow you to really release. In a two-day golf school, you can learn new techniques that can help you improve your game or receive some reminders about things you might have known in the past but have forgotten already.

Those are just some of the things that you can learn but depending on you and the pro, you can learn so much more. It may just be two days but sometimes the best things are learned in a short period of time.

Have Fun

You will learn all sorts of new skills and techniques and you will improve your game, but perhaps the most important thing here is you will have fun! You will have full access to beautiful golf courses where you can play all day long so you know that not only do you learn but you also will have a great time as you go about the lessons from the instructors. If you are lucky, you may just run into a golf superstar or make new friends and have memorable moments in just two days.

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