Iron Play / Pin Seeker

IRON PLAY/ PIN SEEKER

Andrew with Lam Chih Bing of Singapore, at the Open Championship 2011. Lam is the first Singaporean to make the cut in a Major Championship.

Andrew with Lam Chih Bing of Singapore, at the Open Championship 2011. Lam is the first Singaporean to make the cut in a Major Championship.

It’s all about the strike
No matter what the swing used looks like, one thing that all good iron players have is the ability to strike the ball and the turf in the same way every time. You will learn the moves that will make your ball fizz off the clubface.

Shape your ball
Some flags will be tucked away and seem inaccessible. Having the ability to shape the ball at will provides you with the option to attack the flag.

Awkward lies
At some point you will have to play from an uneven lie, even from the fairway, which can make your ball do different things in the air. You do not want this to inhibit your ability to go flag hunting. Learn some simple set-up changes to keep you finding the green.

Know your distances
How many times has your ball been straight at the flag only to drop agonisingly short of the green or fly over the back of the green. Utilising the GC2 launch monitor we will make sure that you know exactly how far each ball is going.

We offer:

  • Initial Dispersion Assessment
  • Technical Evaluation
  • Personal Development Program
  • Video Analysis
  • Skill Testing
  • One to one coaching
  • Practice Program
  • Regular evaluation

Cost:

  • Members: 3 x 60 min lessons $320.00
  • Non-Members: 3 x 60 min lessons $340.00
  • Members 5x 60 min lessons $520.00
  • Non-Members: 5 x 60 min lessons $550.00

Contact:

Andrew Welsford — Teaching Professional Federal Golf Club

Federal Golf Shop: 6281 1888 | Mobile: 0418921270

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