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The process of finding the right coach is still as unique as your fingerprint, based upon who you are as well as what level you want to accomplish. There are certain questions you should ask coaches when deciding who you choose to help you reach your potential as a golfer. 

Check out these helpful hints to consider when looking for the right coach for YOUR game:



The game of golf can be broken down into two elements: the long game and the short game. In the long game, power and distance are required so that the player's ball can approach the putting green in as few strokes as possible. In the short game, the skills needed are more finesse-related due to the need for accuracy. In order to be a successful golfer, a player must master both aspects of the game.
 The two most critical shots of your long game are:

  • The Drive
  • Fairway/Approach Shot




From top to bottom, from the LPGA Tour to the weekend warrior, everybody is hitting the golf ball longer. More clubhead speed, more springy faces, golf balls that travel farther and straighter, all have resulted in greater distance off the tee, but while it’s so fun to hit the long ball, the scorecard reflects more than just hitting it far.
Those who play for pay know the short game is where they make their money. Getting the ball close to those hard-to-reach pins is a must for the pros and doing that with precision approaches is the only way to do that.
Recreational players are mesmerized by long drives, but many don’t get the importance of the short game.



At the most basic level, golf and yoga are the same—the intentional and dynamic movement of the body in three planes of motion – the frontal plane (side to side), the sagittal plane (flexion & extension front to back), and the transverse plane (rotation).
For all golfers, at all levels of ability, Yoga elevates your game to go the extra distance. Yoga improves performance beyond golf lessons/instruction. Golf pros focus on bio-mechanics of the swing. Yoga focuses on bio-mechanics of the body through the swing.
Yoga enables golfers to play their best game, right from the first tee. Yoga extends the body’s ability to play, minimizing discomforts and risk of injury. Yoga improves the body’s mobility, allowing golfers to play better, longer, with more confidence and increased enjoyment.