Any golfer, regardless of their proficiency level, can learn to golf and enjoy the game more with the help of a coach's feedback and instruction. We strive to attract all levels of golfers to our store in order to serve our customers better.
Golf lesson videos and shot data are available online for you to check whenever you want. Never worry about your learning style— we've got you covered. For year-round golf instruction, don’t look any further.
Beginner Golf School
In order to help new golfers understand the foundations of the game, Admore PA, Beginner Golf School welcomes them to the sport. We make learning the sport fun and interactive at our indoor golf facilities or on the golf course!
Our qualified instructors use teaching technology to help students understand more specifics about what could be fixed. As they advance through the course, students can improve their skills on our cutting-edge indoor simulators utilizing real golf equipment on real courses. This combination of teaching will guarantee a good grasp of the rules and rhythm of the sport. You'll have your first win in just a couple of hours.
Lessons At Golf Camp Malvern
Our golf school is founded on the idea that beginners of all ages would naturally pick up the game when playing is enjoyable and pain-free. Our motto is, "Learning Works Best - When Fun Comes First." We incorporate this belief in every lesson since it is so important. In order to teach skills that allow our students to play while learning, practicing, and competing, we use a range of games in our sessions. We have beginning and intermediate options for each class.
For you to learn every element of the game, all our classes listed below contain six sessions and six half-hour practice sessions.
- Connect Better— Acquire proper golf swing technique. This is a nice spot to start, as it can vastly improve your game.
- Land Closer— Practice landing the golf ball closer after successfully launching it into the air. Reduce your golf score by concentrating on the placement game.
- Fly Further— Develop your golf ball-sending range. Increase your distance by making better use of your physique.
- Improved Lies— Develop your ability to play on different types of terrain on courses: sand, tall grass, and uneven terrain. These portions are taught outdoors.
- Just Play— Play a round of golf with your friends while learning how to navigate the course. Create plans that make the most of your skills. Remember: practice makes perfect.
- Get Outside— Put your talents to the test and raise your scores as we play nine holes every week.
Ardmore, PA Beginner Golfers Lessons For Adult
Improvement can be accelerated by using high-speed video analysis and precise data from our aboutGolf® simulators. Regardless of the weather or course, consistent practice can produce long-lasting outcomes. To track your development, lessons, round statistics, swing data, and shot data can be saved on a personal web page. We believe going over these is key to success!
- Adult video lesson for 60 minutes - $125
- $70.00 for an adult, a 30-minute session with a video
Stay Ahead Of The Learning Curve With Our Coaches!
Brian Mullin, Golf Teaching Professional
Director of Golf Instruction- Ardmore PA
Brian is an enthusiastic golf professional with more than ten years of experience instructing. During this time, Brian has taught players of all ages and skill levels how to play more proficiently.
According to Brian's swing philosophy, a swing and program must be tailored to the requirements and abilities of the student. In Phoenix, Arizona, at the Golf Academy of America, this ideology started to take shape. Five PGA members, including two PGA Master Professionals, Tim Eberlein, a three-time Southwest PGA Section Horton Smith Award winner, Pete Huber, a Golf Digest Best Teacher in America, and three Quarter Century PGA Members, coached Brian.
In addition, Brian spent a year as a John Stahlschmidt intern at the PGA Tour Academy at TPC Scottsdale. After graduating from college, Brian relocated back to the East. At the Chesapeake Bay Golf Club in Rising Sun, Maryland, he studied under Andy Barbin, the 2010 PGA National President's Plaque winner and 2011 National PGA Golf Professional of the Year finalist.
Brian enjoys teaching the principles of golf and the mechanics of the swing. He is accredited by PGA.Coach, U.S. Kids Golf, and the Skilled Coaching Alliance for Coaching and Motor Learning Programmes. He is also an active member of these organizations. Brian is certified with the Positive Coaching Alliance, Smart2 Move, and SuperSpeed Golf.
He has instructed thousands of golfers of various ages, including four years as the team's head coach at North East High School, where some of his students qualified for the state championship. At Cecil College, where he served as head golf coach, his team participated in the NJCAA for three years.
Brian has had the chance to serve for a variety of causes and events, including the LPGA, Scottsdale's renowned 16th hole, and the Philadelphia PGA PAO Committee for Junior Golf, Finance, and Charity. Brian is eager to assist young golfers in learning or improving their game.