News Posted: 17th May 2019
As part of Scottish Golf Union Roving Pro initiative we are getting 2 visits this season from Murray Urquhart the pro from Nairn who was up last year. We will be sharing him with Whalsay Golf Club.
The first visit will be in May from the 22nd to the 26th and second sometime in July, date yet to be confirmed.
To book into one of the two adult group sessions at £20 per session email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Heather Hogg on 07979532486. There are only 16 places so be quick
Individual lessons slots must be booked directly through Murray in the following way:
e mail: email@example.com or mob: 07704 620733
Note from Murray with regards to coaching:
Re the individual slots I believe some of the feedback was that the lessons the last time at 30 mins was a bit on the short side for some. So, this time round I can offer either a 30 minute slot or a 1 hour slot for those who want more time. Lessons on long game will be in the net, and this time I will have a Trackman 4 unit which tracks both clubhead and ball and simulates a ball flight onto an I pad screen. (This is a big benefit to see what the ball flight would be when hitting into a net). A lesson summary and video e mail review of the lesson is included. It is an amazing piece of kit (used by tour pros and Sky Sports on their tour event broadcasts) and will help users understand how their swing changes affect how the clubhead behaves thru impact and the resultant ball flight. So, charges for lessons would be 30 minute lesson with the Trackman unit at £30, with an hour lesson at £60. I have kept the prices the same as last year but this year there is the added benefit of Trackman. Short game and putting lessons also available on the putting green and chipping green.
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