Coaching is one of the best ways of enriching your golf experience, but how do you go about finding the right coach for you? Here are some useful pointers to help you get the best PGA pro for your game.
First up! Be honest with yourself and ask yourself what you are really hoping to achieve by having coaching.
Brian Perry Classic at St Andrews Hamilton. On Friday, Bay of Plenty Professional Kieran Muir was the best of a quality field in winning the event with a 4 under score of 68. Played in a pro am format with professionals leading teams consisting of one talented junior and three amateur supporters of the charity, Muir was good enough to head off Ryan Fox, Josh Geary, and Victor Janin by one stroke. Muir conceded that his form has been a little off and he hopes this is an indicator of good things to come heading into The NZPGA Championship at Remuera later this week and The NZ Open at The Hills the week following. The Brian Perry Foundation have embraced the Pro Am format as a fundraiser for their highly successful charity work. Their team was ably lead by Jennifer Palmer and Murray Gutry and testament to their efforts is how quickly they fill their amateur teams every year. Ten scholarships were handed out to junior golfers and an exciting prize table was shared with the leading teams.