|Series of Three||$250|
|Junior Lessons (60 Minutes)||$50|
|Junior Lessons (30 Minutes)||$30|
|John Roche & Kyle Tasselmyer|
|Junior lessons (60 minutes)||$40|
|Junior lessons (30 minutes)||$25|
**All Lessons with Jason include use of Flightscope X2 Elite Launch Monitor and Edufii Profile with video analysis- Focus Band Mental Training and Blast Motion Putting Analysis available by request**
|9-Hole Playing Lesson||$150 (per person– based on availability)|
|18-Hole Playing Lesson||$300 (per person– based on availability)|
|Biomechanics/Swing Instruction Combo Lesson (60 mins)||$120 (One Person Only) Schedule a lesson where both the biomechanics coach and swing instructors give the player information, drills, exercises and a practice routine to take home or to the range. (Lesson with Jason Kuiper & Evan Kussoff)|
We are happy to announce that we are now offering FlightScope® technology at the Woodloch Golf Performance Academy.
FlightScope’s 3D motion tracking devices can help with your golf swing analysis by measuring 27 variables related to your Ball, Club or Swing.
The ball’s entire trajectory after it has been launched is also tracked, which means you have exceptionally comprehensive ball measurement information instantly available, helping you to improve your golf swing.
Whether you are a weekend golfer looking to improve, or a competitive golfer looking to improve and make fine adjustments to your swing, FlightScope technology can make a big difference!
Have you been aiming wrong this whole time?
I see people coming in for lessons and they are totally lost and guessing at many different swing issues. After a few minutes of the lesson, I notice the issue is much more a problem of the pre-swing. Pre-swing fundamentals are grip, aim, posture, ball position, etc. One of the most violated is aim. People who struggle with directional issues usually have aim and alignment problems.
Let’s make sure you are aiming correctly next time you go out to practice. Start by standing to the side of the golf ball and putting the clubface down behind the ball. Make sure that the leading edge of the club is perpendicular to the target line. Once the clubface is square, step in with your feet and make sure that your shoulders, hips and feet are parallel left to your target line. Your body should not be pointed to the target! Imagine a set of railroad tracks. Your target line is the outside track and your body line is the inside track. Your body lines should be pointed left of the target for a right handed golfer.
Way too often I see aim and alignment issues negatively affecting a player’s game. Take your time, aim correctly and you will be more consistent.