Discover How Golf Schools Can Help You Play BetterWritten by Bud Bradley
Services offered by Golf Schools need to be analyzed before joining it. A number of schools have mushroomed all around and every school claims that their school is best. In view of such claims, it becomes difficult for individuals to take a decision.
The objective of joining a Golf school is to learn golf and become a good player if not a great player.
Swing is most important for every golfer. A more powerful, consistent golf swing is attainable for every golfer. The learner must know how to get more distance with all clubs and increase accuracy at same time.
Swing Technology helps in learning golf swing and other aspects of sport.
The learner should always focus on services offered by Golf Schools and not on their tall claims like "We have won Maximum number of Teacher of Year award" or we have nationwide training schools etc. One should see and if possible take opinion of somebody, who has already taken training from that school. Some salient features that must be part of services offered by golf school, while deciding training school.
1. The class size should range between 4 to 16 students and
Do You Know How Trampolines Were Invented ?Written by Paul Johnson
Back in 1930, a young boy went to circus with his family. He was enthralled by aerial acts, but more than their in-air stunts, he was fascinated by way they dropped into safety net after act was over, finishing off with flourishes as they bounced back into air.
That memory never left George Nissen of Iowa, who went on to tumbling and diving exploits while in high school. The sports gave him same opportunity for artistic touches and freedom of movement, although they ended either on a hard floor, or in water.
Still, when Nissen graduated at age of 16, he took some time off before university, to start tinkering in his garage with idea that had been simmering in his mind since that visit to circus- a bouncing "table", that would put him back up into air.
With help of friends to weld frame, and stretch tent grade canvas on it, he soon had his first "bouncing rig". Nissen then went off to college, but continued to toy with size and other aspects of design, eventually taking one to summer camp where he worked. The rig was an instant hit with kids who would rather play on it, than take a break from sweltering heat by going swimming.