Often following golf lessons on the driving range, golfers find themselves asking "I had the perfect swing on the range, why can't I seem to transfer my skills to the golf course?"
With a Playing Lesson from PGA Professional Marty Fleckman, you'll learn how to actually play the game of golf.
Although swing mechanics are important, there is much more to being a successful golfer. With a Playing Lesson, you'll get out onto the course with your instructor and learn skills including:
About Your Instructor Marty Fleckman:
- How to hit from different lies on the course (i.e. uphill, downhill, sidehill, etc..)
- Proper stance for various shots on the course
- Shot selection & club selection
- Course management and how to avoid trouble areas on the course
- Judgement of distances
Marty Fleckman is a PGA Class A Pro, and received the prestigious 2007 Teacher of the Year award for the Southern Texas PGA. Marty has been inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame, and in 2006 was inducted into the University of Houston Hall of Fame.
Marty is a PGA teaching professional endorsed by legendary instructor Jim Hardy, and breaks the game of golf down for his students into its elements to teach you to play it the way it should be played. Marty helps students develop effective pre-shot routines to properly aim and line up your shot, and teaches the concepts of course management.
In 1964 Marty won the Texas State Amateur Championship, and he won the 1965 NCAA individual championship while attending University of Houston. A member of the United States Walker Cup team in 1967, Marty is one of only four players in the history of the PGA Tour to win his first tour event.