At VIP Golf Academy it is very important to us that you are retaining the information you’ve learned at our golf school. Here are a few reminders to keep the momentum going so you do not waiver from the changes we put in place.
It is essential to practice consistently, especially when you first get back when it is fresh in your mind. Whether it’s hitting a bucket of balls at the driving range or practicing your short game consistent repetition will help reinforce what you’ve learned.
In addition to practice, refer back to notes you took during your golf school sessions. Writing down key points, tips, and any personalized advice from your instructors will be invaluable for later reference. Reviewing these notes frequently will help solidify the knowledge in your mind and serve as a valuable resource for future practice sessions. This is especially important when you feel you are getting off track. In this case, there is a temptation to add other swing thoughts and make minor “tweaks” to the swing. This is when you must stay the course and work through it with certain drills you practiced at the golf school.
Finally, apply what you’ve learned on the golf course. This allows you to test what you are working on the range is sticking. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes – everyone misses golf shots and the main component here is knowing what was wrong with that specific swing and how to make the correct swing on the next shot. Learning from these experiences is a crucial part of the retention process. By practicing, reviewing, and applying your newfound knowledge, you’ll greatly increase your ability to retain and improve upon what you’ve learned at VIP Golf Academy.