Game Improvement Plans “GIP” are designed to develop a player by providing consistent one on one instruction and coaching in conjunction with weekly supervised practice sessions. Each plan is specifically designed to cater for the individual golfer who is serious about improving. Plans are designed for all skill levels from beginner through to elite and customised to suit the specific skill needs of each individual, therefore, fast-tracking your progress towards your golfing goals.
All plans include lessons, online support and 16 hours of professional supervised practice and training each month.
Why Game Improvement Plans work
It works because you’ve committed to an established improvement goal.
“Practice doesn’t make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect.”
What is Supervised Practice?
Supervised Practice is the perfect addition to private coaching. Supervised practice sessions run for 60 minutes with skills training strategically set up to target your lesson plans. Under the watchful eye of a professional these sessions are all about working on the technical side of your game whilst practicing the scoring shots that contribute greatly to lowering your score. A normal supervised practice session would be split into 2 or 3 different skill stations including, range, putting and chipping. Training aids and range balls are all supplied.
A Supervised Practice can have as little as 3 or as many as 30. People learn better in groups and you might even make some new friends to play golf with. Students are encouraged to come as often as possible but the are no obligations. You can come for the whole 1 hour or drop in at any time during the 60-minute Supervised Practice. Bookings are not essential.
“The best players I have played with and coached have the same similarities is several key areas of the swing, as well as in the chipping and in the putting techniques. These traits are always exhibited but may look slightly diﬀerent because of the sequence or patterns which they happen. My aim it’s to introduce all my students to these fundamentals and combining with individual feelings already active in each player. When learning golf becomes more fun and enriching, life is good”
Scott Barr is based at Collier Park Golf Course in Perth ,Western Australia .