Are you playing to your potential?
Are you frustrated with your golf game and how you score?
Are you looking for a way to play better golf in the time that you have available to play and practice?
If you are frustrated and confused about how you can improve your golf game then let’s get together for a one hour session. During the one hour session we can determine if my proven system of teaching players of all abilities how to play better golf now will work for you.
If you agree my system will work for you we will move forward with a game plan to make you a better player in just 90 days!
Call Jim Ragland at 904-707-1750 for more details.
We have all experienced a much colder winter than normal and most have not been able to play as much as they may have liked. It is only a matter of time before spring will be here and you will be back on the course.
The question is – will you be ready to play your best golf ever this year?
Here is a great practice program you can do every day at home or the office that will help you be ready to play your best. It will exercise your golf muscles and stretch your back to improve your turn. Continue reading
Tommy Gainey was 1 shot out of the lead with 2 holes to play in the 2011 Waste Management Phoenix Open. On number 17 he tried to drive the green on a short par 4 – trying to make an easy birdie or possibly an eagle.
Should he have gone for the green on his drive?
Jonathan Byrd from Sea Island, Ga wins the first event of the year with steady play each day for his second win in a row!
Can you get to 30 under par in 80 attempts from 75 to 100 yards?
Last week I worked with a junior student and we identified an area that all competitors can improve and see how they compare to tour players – The 75 to 100 yard wedge shot. The stats will show that the tour pros may not average getting the ball as close to the hole as one might imagine over the course of a year, however, they are fantastic at making a barrage of birdies from that distance!
The PGA Tour kicks off this week with the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Should be a great year for the PGA Tour. Lots of young talented players that can win any given week. Personally, I like the fact that Tiger Woods is not the dominate player he once was. I am looking to see other players step up and continually challenge him. Who do you think it will be this year.
Get your golf game ready for the spring with golf lessons from Jim Ragland!
Hourly rate: Individual $125
Two people $75 each per hour
Playing Lesson Rate- Individual:
- $250 for 9 holes
- $400 for 18 holes
The old saying is that you drive for show and putt for dough. No question that it takes a hot putter to win but as you can determine from the Tour Stats – driving and putting is important if you want to be in position to win on Sunday.
Do you want to improve your golf game? Then study the stats of the best Tour players and compare your stats. You will begin to see where they are better than you and how you can improve.
When people find out that I am a golf professional dedicated to helping people play better, I am often asked how to teach a child to play golf. I begin by asking what they have heard or believe about how to get their child interested in golf. It is interesting to hear the answers they give from so called “experts.” This entry will give you the full details of how I would teach my child how to play golf based on what I know today.
Review the concepts presented in The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle -