Short and long term progression in golf is determined by how a player decides to practice.
For example, When it comes to Golf, Information is everywhere, however, only Edwin Watts Golf Academy provides a path for the student to apply that information towards how he or she practices. Relying on feel and ball flight at the driving range continues to discourage and frustrate students. They mix in a lesson from their head pro; some even purchase a series of lessons from the Instructor. However, because of the limited feedback in those lessons, as well as when they practice, the student has a difficult time improving. At Edwin Watts Golf Academy, our goal is to provide each student 3 forms of feedback: (Training Aid, Video Analysis, Instructor) and to be with the student each and every time he decides to work on, or simplify his golf swing. Most Instructors today simply cannot commit to being with his student every single time the student decides to practice. This concept illustrates a large part of our value.
Most students do not truly have the time to commit to traditional teaching methods. Without proper feedback and guidance, most students would have to hit over 2,000 balls per week to establish better habits and / or instincts. Great Golf's students only need 5 minutes of perfect repetition a day to ensure short and long term progress.