Golf Vacation Schools Choose the Perfect Golf School Vacation for Your Game

Written by Evans Putman

Golf Schools, like golfers, come in all shapes and sizes. Dont makerepparttar mistake of attending any golf vacation school. Do your homework and findrepparttar 137933 right match for your personality, learning style, and golf game.

How do you decide which golf school vacation is right for you? It's simple. Start by asking yourself a few questions.

What is your goal or commitment level for your golf school vacation?

Allow me to simplifyrepparttar 137934 above question. Are you planning your vacation around golf school or is golf school only a part of your vacation?

Some schools demand your entire focus both mentally and physically. Others are a bit more relaxed leaving yourepparttar 137935 time and energy to do other things. You must first decide if you are more committed torepparttar 137936 golf or enjoyingrepparttar 137937 vacation.

If Im planning on attending a Las Vegas golf school or traveling to Myrtle Beach for golf instruction, I definitely would like to spend some time enjoyingrepparttar 137938 surroundings.

If you feelrepparttar 137939 same, look into a school that offers half-day instruction. Develop your skills inrepparttar 137940 morning, enjoy a nice lunch (usually part of tuition), then hitrepparttar 137941 golf course, casinos orrepparttar 137942 beach during your afternoons.

Are you new torepparttar 137943 game or an experienced golfer?

Beginners should investigate schools that offer low student-instructor ratios. A 4:1 ratio or lower is optimal for beginning golfers. You might also want a school that limits class size. Experienced golfers should make surerepparttar 137944 school they attend offers on-course instruction. Your swing might need some tweaking but, unlike a beginner, you should really get instruction in game-like scenarios.

More Great Quotes

Written by Aron Wallad

I love what prominent baseball people have to say aboutrepparttar great ballplayers. They seem to eloquently capture what we are thinking.

"It was his solemn duty to catch a ball that wasn't inrepparttar 137827 stands." - Monte Irvin (Newark Eagles OF, May 6, 1981), on Willie Mays

"Maybe they should see if his body is corked." - Howard 'Hojo' Johnson (NY Mets), on Bo Jackson, from Sports Illustrated, October 19, 1986

"When he took BP everybody would kind of stop what they were doing and watch." - Jim Kaat, former pitcher, on Mickey Mantle

"I played with him for nine years and marveled at how hard he hit and how fast he ran. How can anyone ever forgetrepparttar 137828 catch he made on Gil Hodges' line drive to save Don Larsen's perfect game?" - Tony Kubek, former shortstop, on Mickey Mantle

"A life is not important except inrepparttar 137829 impact it has on other lives." - Jackie Robinson

"Having Willie Stargell on your ball club is like having a diamond ring on your finger." Chuck Tanner

"Ted Williams wasrepparttar 137830 greatest hitter I ever saw, but (Joe) DiMaggio wasrepparttar 137831 greatest all around player." Bob Feller

"No one hit home runsrepparttar 137832 way Babe (Ruth) did. They were something special. They were like homing pigeons. The ball would leaverepparttar 137833 bat, pause briefly, suddenly gain its bearings, then take off forrepparttar 137834 stands." Lefty Gomez

"When Neil Armstong first set foot onrepparttar 137835 moon, he and allrepparttar 137836 space scientists were puzzled by an unidentifiable white object. I knew immediately what it was. That was a home run ball hit off me in 1933 by Jimmie Foxx." Lefty Gomez

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