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Golf Schools

Golf is one of the fastest growing sports in America today. With its increase in popularity, golf has also integrated itself in the business culture of America. Now more than ever, many businessmen and businesswomen find themselves on the course with co-workers, bosses and potential clients. Because of the pressure to perform well in this new corporate arena, many business people are seeking out professional golf schools to sharpen their skills and improve their performance on the course for both personal and professional reasons.

A quick internet search will quickly reveal a variety of golf schools offering many different types of instructional experiences. In sorting through all of the choices of golf schools available, there are several things to consider to maximize your experience. One of the first things to determine is how much you want to spend on a golf school. Be sure to include travel and lodging expenses as you develop your budget. These are often not included in the costs golf schools list. Also, consider the type of instruction the school offers. The smaller the class size, the better, with a 4:1 ratio being ideal.

Ask up front if the costs include individual sessions with the pro. If such sessions are included, how many are offered and for what length of time? It is important to learn how the instruction will be delivered to see if it will be done in a style that meets your needs. Some golf schools focus on providing individual attention, while others are geared to on-course play. If you have a lower handicap you may benefit more from developing your on-course playing skills. If you have a higher handicap, it may be more helpful for you to work intensely with a pro and learn how to improve your golf mechanics.

Regardless of the school you choose, be sure you enter with realistic expectations. No one becomes a Tiger Woods or Arnold Palmer overnight. It is realistic to expect some improvements but to expect to leap from novice to pro in a few days is an unreasonable expectation to put on yourself and your instructor.

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