Work on your game over the winter with Nick
In the North-East during the off-season, temperatures can plummet, and snow may fall which leaves many golfers without a place to practice. Nick Banks, PGA has a solution in offering practice along with lessons. This can help keep your game improvement over the winter. Nick’s Winter Lesson Package runs from December 2017 to March 2018 and entitles you to a lesson and practice session once a week.
1) NET RETURN
The Winter Lessons Program will be performed indoors, so the most import tool is the net unit. Nick uses the Net Return Pro Golf Package. This net is handcrafted in the USA using lightweight, rugged, 1.5” tubular aluminum frame. The Net Return comes with a commercial grade, UV treated polyester netting and a large 6 feet wide x 10 feet long nylon ¾” thick turf. The unique part of this net unit is that on better weather days, Nick will turn you around and hit outside.
2) FLIGHTSCOPE DATA AND DISPLAY
All lessons and practice will be performed using Flight Scope launch data. This data will be displayed on a TV monitor so that instant feedback can be obtained. Using ball flight and launch data can help you to understand the reasons for either poor fundamentals or poor swing technique. The more practice that is done after lessons using launch data, the more knowledge the student gets. This can further your understanding of what caused it and what needs to be done to improve it during your next lesson.
3) V1 GOLF
Nick has been using V1 Golf Analysis for over 14 years. Using video to show strengths and weakness is very important in golf instruction, especially when it’s done indoors. Comparisons to correct movements and highlighting certain positions during the golf swing can reinforce trust in the changes being made. Most of us are visual learners and V1 is the pinnacle to visual learning.
4) EXPERT INSTRUCTION
For those that don’t follow Nick, he is an experienced PGA Teaching Professional with a wealth of knowledge in all aspects of the golf swing. His focus is to establish, correct and maintain your swing’s ‘Root Cause’ to help improve your overall level of ability, knowledge, and understanding. For more on Nick’s background please click here.