Colin will assess your swing using Ipad 2 and V1 golf technology, then working within your physical abilities make a plan for the quickest route to improving your golf game. There are
many ways to swing the golf club, however there is one effective way for each player to swing, dependant on their own personal capabilities.
Anyone interested in starting/taking up this great game contact Colin on 0141 7761256 or email email@example.com. Classes would be up to 6 people, and can be daytime, evening or weekends. I have had some enquiries and am looking to get some groups
together. Give it a try!!!
Standard Individual Rates
40 Minute Golf Lesson @ £30
40 Minute Junior Golf Lesson @ £20
2 People Sharing - 1 Hour tuition @ £40
Morning or Afternoon Intense Session (3 hours) @ £100
Colin offers Junior coaching sessions for Junior members regularly on evenings and weekends and also camps in the summer holidays.
We have an excellent Clubgolf programme, with various different levels of coaching
Clubgolf 1 - A introduction to golf, learning all basic aspects of the game.
These courses are run April-October by Kirkintilloch members.
Clubgolf 2 - After completing minimum one year in Clubgolf 1 are juniors have the opportunity to progress on to further coaching with Colin. Coaching is aimed at juniors who have completed stage
1, progressing them onto the golf course and achieving a handicap. This course takes place all year round on e evenings and weekends.
Clubgolf 3 - Aimed at Junior members of Kirkintilloch, how play regularly, have a handicap, and are aiming to improve and work hard on their game. This course is also carried out by Colin, and
takes place all year round, on evenings and weekends.
Master those short Putts!
Are you having problems with those short two foot putts? Holing putts on a regular basis is all about having the putter face square to the intended line at the moment it contacts the ball. What I
see often as a coach is a golfer with excessive body movement trying to help the putt at the point of striking (pic 1) therefore creating an inconsistent strike and putter face position. In my view
the fewer moving parts in a putting stroke the simpler and more consistent your method will be.
Assuming you are aiming the putter and body alignment correctly try working on the following. Think of the shoulders and legs as the frame of your putting stroke. Keep the frame still allowing
your shoulders to rock back and forward. Practice hitting a few putts where the head and legs remain still until the ball has stopped (pic 2). This will help you reduce the moving parts in you stroke
avoiding turning your shoulders across the putt. This will help the putter face remain square and help you to control the path of the putter head more down the line. As with anything it takes a bit
of practice but achieving fewer moving parts should create a more consistent stroke.
Colin Fairweather, Advanced PGA Professional
07816 528607 firstname.lastname@example.org
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