My teaching style has evolved over the years as my quest for knowledge has provided me with information to truly understand putting and what is actually required to improve a players putting performance..
I have carried out hundreds (if not thousands) of hours of research into 4 key coaching areas, all of which link together to create you as an individual player:
Studio lessons utilise state of the art equipment that accurately measure the ball roll, putter performance and the players stroke. This level of technology allows me to base any recommendations for improvement on facts. The putter is the most used club in the bag and is too important to leave to guesswork.
My teaching philosophy is based around the knowledge I have acquired from knowing and working with some of the World’s most gifted coaches.
Paul Hurrion a biomechanics consultant and renowned coach to players such as Danny Willett, Rory McIlroy and Padraig Harrington is the force behind Quintic, a high speed camera and software system that tracks the putter and the ball at impact. The data analysis produced by Quintic is trusted by all major manufacturers and dozens of Tour players throughout the World.
Jamie Donaldson is Europe’s Senior Aimpoint Instructor. His green reading skills are known throughout the World. Aimpoint is used by players such as Justin Rose, Adam Scott and Lydia Ko and Ian Poulter.
Karl Morris is one of Europe’s leading Performance Coaches who has worked with 6 Major winners and numerous Tour players as well as amateurs, Walker Cup and Curtis Cup players. Creator of the Mind Factor programme which educates players to develop the right mind-set to improve their on-course performance.
2 hours – ideal for your first appointment. The will allow sufficient time to accurately record and analyse the various aspects of your technique, your putting stroke and ball-roll performance. This session can incorporate a putter fitting if required.
1 hour – ideal as a follow up lesson to measure the improvements gained from previous lessons.
90 mins – ideal to work on the technique improvements identified in the Studio. Lessons on the green can focus on improving the consistency of your putting including: