HOW do you give students the competitive edge in golf training?
By providing them with better training facilities and training partners, of course.
In line with this philosophy, the Australian Institute for Golf Management (AIGM) has expanded its training facilities by including the Wanneroo Golf Club to the Joondalup Country Club.
Membership to Wanneroo Golf course will provide students with on-course play facilities as well as entry to club and external competitions.
AIGM’s Resident PGA Golf Professional Andy Gott has lined up several strategies to ensure that students acquire crucial golf techniques to give them an advantage as they train with him.
For instance, an important aspect that is often overlooked in training for golfers of all levels – including tour pros – is golf equipment.
The right equipment – be it clubs or balls – goes a long way to enabling golfers to play a better game.
This is where the new AIGM Golf Technology Centre comes in. Boasting of some of the latest technological advances in equipment, the centre offers the ability to diagnose, assess, alter and rebuild golf clubs to levels that previously, only major golf companies had been able to do.
All this helps to boost the players’ confidence as they experiment with various golf techniques.
AIGM also teaches students skills like strategic planning and marketing, balancing of accounts and so on. All these skills are essential to building up a successful career in the golfing arena.
To find out more about golf techniques, competition training, and university pathways to a career in golf, join AIGM’s Resident PGA Professional Andy Gott, AIGM alumnus Tan Sri Datuk Mustapha Kamal and AIGM head Judy Tan for a free golf clinic at Taiping Golf and Country Club, on Jan 14, at 10.30am and 2pm, and at Kota Permai Golf and Country Club on Jan 15.
For more information, call Jerry Tan at tel: 05-807 2273 or Jenny Kan at 03-7957 8594, or 016-331 1575.
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