MODULE C

 


CLASS OUTLINE

Students will review their learning in from Module A & B. During the course students will acquire applied practical techniques and aim to improve their on-course scores.  Students will revisit the importance of the pre-swing (GAP) and the SWING TEHORY and reach a level that enables them to perform the 4 tyoes of short approach shots, greenside bunker shot and putting.

GAP

Students will re-learn how to grip the club, selecting the best grip type for their hand type. A demonstration of grip pressure and how different grip positions can influence the direction of the clubface at impact should also be shown.  

SWING THEORY

Students can understand the relationship between SWING THEORY and the ball flight mechanism. Students are able to recognize individual swing faults using SWING TEHROY.

 

Controlled Swing (YTA) & Short Approach Shots I (Chip/Pitch & Run)

Students understand the concept of controlled swings for different shot types. Students also understand the concept of one and two lever swings.

 

Putting

Students will understand the essentials of GAP, stroke length, face stability and rhythm.  

 

Swing Components

Students will understand the role of Club Head Speed Producer (Forearms & Wrists), Swinger (Upper Body Turn) and the Pivot (Lower Body Pivot) and how to combine the movements.  

 

Tempo, Rhythm and Timing

Students can appreciate the tempo, rhythm and timing that form the base of their golf swings.

 

Controlled Swings “YTA” & Short Approach Shots II (Pitch & Lob Shot)

Students understand the concept of controlled swings for different shot types. Students also understand the concept of one and two lever swings.

 

Greenside Bunker Shots

Students understand the function, incidence angle and clubface direction of the sand wedge and perform shots using the sand wedge.

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