Impact Performance Golf Learning Centers help people enjoy golf and connects them to their inner passion for the game.
We accomplish this mission by leading them along the path of discovery that allows them to attain their goals, realize their dreams, and reward their passion for golf with memorable experiences that will last a lifetime.
Vision – to be the premier Golf Learning Center in the Charlotte Metro area.
Service – to ensure that every student enjoys every golfing experience.
Philosophy – the optimal golf shot is determined by eight core principals that occur in the impact zone.
TIP OF THE MONTH
Do yourself a favor the next time you play golf, keep track of how many shots you take from 50 yds and in. (including putts/no pick-up's). This is a reality that most people do not let sink in.
For example, a golfer that shoots 100 will take on average 60 shots inside of 50 yards where a scratch golfer will take closer to 40. There is no difference in power needed to score from 50 yards and in between the 28 handicap and a zero handicap player. What we find is that the lower handicap player practices more in these areas than most of the higher handicappers.
How much practice time do you spend prior to playing the round in the short game area in comparison to the driving range? Here is a good chart to follow:
Give yourself about 45 minutes to an hour to warm up and use the chart effectively. This allows you to cover all aspects of the game hitting on all of the essential areas. High handicappers generally show up 5 minutes before tee time, which will generate swing issues on its own, and hit 5 balls on the ranges two putts and off to the first tee. This added time will allow you to build confidence and loosen up your muscles for the round, "two off the first" will not cut it if you want to improve.
Take an extra half hour to warm up and you'll see those scores go down.
-Jason Rockhold, MBA, PGA