Johnny's Coaching Model 801 683-1870 (Call or Text)
As your coach, I will help you set goals, organize your training sessions and provide feedback so your skills transfer to the golf course. This is not about fixing what is broken, but rather lasting change because of the skill building process. You will need continuous feedback and guidance. I will help you transfer ball-control skills from the range to the course, assist you in making correct on-course decisions and equip you with on course skills so that you can play your best golf. Now is the time for you to make the commitment to "coaching" rather than taking more "fix it lessons." Your scores will drop, your confidence level will rise and frustration will disappear.
Our goal is to lower your score. In order to achieve that we must understand the process of developing skills and transferring them to the golf course. There are three key skills.
Stage 1 Understand Cause and Effect
You need to have a clear understanding of how to control your ball flight instead of getting confused with too many swing thoughts. We will look at the cause and effect in your swing and help you understand why you may be making certain moves that are affecting your ball flight. Video will be used as a feedback tool during swing changes.
Stage 2 Supervised Training Sessions
Players who participate in supervised practice sessions play better golf. Bottom line they get better. Golf is a game consisting of motor skills that must be trained properly in order to increase performance. A player cannot expect to improve without deliberate practice sessions. In order to see improvement in your skills you must also be receiving feedback and knowledge about your results. The time spent in a supervised practice sessions is organized and targeted towards your game and the desired results. As your coach I am there to setup the learning environment and provide effective feedback and coaching. Practice sessions are always fun, engaging and provide confidence to the player.
Stage 3 Transferring Skills to the Golf Course
The majority golfers have a hard time transferring their game from the driving range to the golf course. Transfer training is the process of applying pressure to a skill so you can apply it to on course conditions. Practice like you play and you can maximize your on-course performance.
Stage 4 Playing Session
During a playing session I have the opportunity to view first hand how the player is managing their emotions and behaviors on the golf course and whether their decision making skills are affecting their performance. This is the final stage of the skill development process and is critical for any player looking to lower their scores and increase their performance level. Playing sessions are an opportunity to see what skills may be breaking down under pressure.
Ready to change your game? Stop taking more fix it lessons, reading more magazines and watching more videos. The research of performance shows that the traditional way of golf instruction just doesn't work long term. Why not try something different and start loving your golf game again.