Golf instruction
Golf instruction is the art of equipping and training golfers to play better golf through improved awareness of swing cause and effects as a result of the actions by their body, the club, and their ef...
GolfTEC
Created by Joe Assell and Mike Clinton in 1995, GolfTEC is a United States golf instruction company, teaching more than 25% of golf lessons annually in the United States. GolfTEC has 172 locations acr...
Driving range
A driving range is an area where golfers can practice their golf swing. It can also be a recreational activity itself for amateur golfers or when enough time for a full game is not available. Many go...
Driving range - Wikipedia
Golf Academy of America
Golf Academy of America is a private, two-year golf college offering a curriculum of golf instruction and golf business management. Associates degrees, advanced associate's degrees, and a bachelor's d...
Mike Austin Swing
The Mike Austin Swing is a golf swing. Golf instructor John Marshall believes that this method is a more efficient and more accurate way of hitting a golf ball. The swing was developed by Mike Austi...
Mike Austin Swing - Wikipedia
Pro shop
A pro shop is a sporting-goods shop within a public or private-membership amateur sporting activities facility of some kind, most commonly a golf course, where it will typically be located in the coun...
Sean Pappas
Sean Critton Pappas (born 19 February 1966) is a professional golfer from South Africa.
Pappas was born in Phalaborwa, South Africa. He is the oldest of three brothers who are also professional go...
Homer Kelley
Homer Kelley (1907 – 1983) was the American author of The Golfing Machine, one of the most comprehensive descriptions of the golf swing.
In May 2005 Sports Illustrated magazine released the ...
Manuel de la Torre (golfer)
Manuel de la Torre (born 6 October 1921) is recognized as being one of golf's top teachers. His career includes playing competitively on tour, head golf professional at Milwaukee Country Club one of A...
Manuel de la Torre (golfer) - Wikipedia