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Depending on your learning style, you might still appreciate attention offered by low student-instructor ratios. This is more of a personal learning style preference than necessity for experienced golfer.
Do you have a low handicap but your golf game collapses from 150 yards in to pin?
Find a school that focuses on skills like short game and course management. If your golf swing is working for you, donít pick a golf vacation school that dedicates majority of instruction time at driving range.
The market is very competitive. In order to distinguish themselves from competition, many golf vacation schools are beginning to focus on niches or individual aspects of golf. Shop around and youíll find a golf school that will help you shave a stroke or two off your already low handicap.
There are many other questions you should consider before reserving your spot at a golf vacation school. Will you need lodging? Are meals included? Does cost of school include rounds of golf? You can find a wealth of information on how to choose from many golf vacation schools at http://www.PerfectGolfVacations.com.
Focus your energy on above three questions first. Narrow your choices to three or four schools. Then choose golf vacation school that has all amenities you desire on your trip
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