MODULE D

 


CLASS OUTLINE

Students will review their learning in from Module C. During the course students will acquire applied practical techniques and aim to improve their on-course scores.  Students will revisit the ball flight mechanism and understand the basic knowledge of golf and the intentional shot. During this course, students will reach a level at which they can perform these shots with a good understanding of the requirements.

Functions of different clubs and the full swing motions

Students demonstrate knowledge of different clubs in their equipment. Show an understanding that the golf swing should be same, regardless of the club that is being used but that there is a need to alter the GAP in the pre swing routine.

 

Putting

Students will understand the essentials of GAP, stroke length, face stability and rhythm. Have an understanding of sloping putts and green reading.

 

SWING THEORY & Short Game

Students understand the concept of controlled swings for different shot types. Students also understand the concept of correct impact conditions and how to improve them with the short game skills.

 

SWING THEORY & Long Game

Students understand the concept of controlled swings for different shot types. Students also understand the concept of correct impact conditions and how to improve them with the short game skills. 

 

Ball Flight Mechanism

Students demonstrate knowledge of swing line (SL) & clubface orientation (FD). Using the SL x FD = FL equation, they use their knowledge of the 9 basic ball flights to self-diagnose swing faults.  

 

Intentional Shots – Slice & Hook

Students can understand two intentional shots: Slice and Hook based on the GAP and the 9 ball flight lines.

 

Intentional Shots – High & Low

Students can understand two intentional shots: High and Low based on the GAP and the hitting angle.

Basic Knowledge of Golf (History, Etiquette & Rules)

Introducing the history and basic etiquette of the game.

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