30-Minute Golf Lesson For $37

Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, AZ Golf Lessons & Instruction Update: Wednesday, March 31, 2010

If you are in need of [golf] help and are tired of “trying” to learn from watching free how to videos on the Internet, then why not pay for help? Is the cost of paying for golf lessons too high in 2010? For some folks it is, and I understand that. However, if you are passionate about the game and plan to play for the rest of your life, then a $37 investment for help solving your golf problems does not seem out of reach, right?


I cannot make a money back guarantee offer. Why? How do I know you are going to practice after the lesson? How do I know that you will not add “other” swing thoughts, or other swing techniques outside of what I taught you? How do I know that you will not seek “Internet golf help.” But here is what I will teach and instruct you to do for improving your golf swing and golf game.

1. Prove to you why your hands need to be applied onto your golf club correctly
2. Educate you on “your golf swing”
3. Explain “the swing” so that you understand what you need to do, not what you think you are supposed to do.
4. Teach you how to self-correct your error(s)
5. Evaluate your golf equipment as part of your lesson fee(s)
6. Provide help to you via phone and/or email for life

The above is not all I offer and provide. Look, your time and money is very important to you, right? If you still are on the fence, then all I can say is this: I am here to offer professional instruction and coaching at rates to meet your budget. I encourage you to ask questions, because I know you have many. Feel free to call or email me for the answers.

Happy Golfing,
Robbie Camacho
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Chiropractic Care For Your Golf Game?

Arizona, Phoenix, Tempe, & Scottsdale: Golf Lessons Update – March 30, 2010

For the past few years I have been experiencing some discomfort in my left shoulder and neck. The pain wasn’t so bad that I could not play, but my range of motion was not where it should be. I happend to meet Dr. Dan Froerer Dr. Dan Froerer at a meeting for Arizona business professionals. As it turned out, I went to see Dr. Froerer at his office in Mesa. During the intitail vist I met his partner, Dr. Debra Pentz Dr. Debra Pentz , who happens to be certified by the Titlesist Performance Institute. The timing of meeting two experts in their fields could not have come at a better time.

My meeting with Dr. Pentz lead to a Titlesist Performance Institute screening. The experience provided me a better understanding of how to gain better flexibility and strength. After the screening, Dr Pentz provided me a video of my golf swing with a list of things to do by way of stretching for increasing my flexility and strength. After my time with Dr. Pentz, I met with Dr. Froerer for treatment for my shoulder pain and neck pain. I went through six treatments [3 times per week for two weeks]. I admitted to Dr. Froerer on my second visit that I experienced improvement after the first treatment. After 8 weeks, my range of motion has increased because my increased flexibility and strength. The results of my experience is increased distance will all my golf clubs, and I can practice longer without being fatigued when done.

If you would like to learn more about Dr. Froerer and Dr. Pentz, then please contact them directly. I highly recommend both Doctors. Also, feel free to call or email me about my experience at Atlas Spine Center in Mesa, Arizona.

Better Golf for 2010,

Aim Your Club-face Before You Take Your Stance

Phoenix – Tempe – Scottsdale – Arizona Golf Lessons Update: March 29. 2010

Before you take your stance: Aim your club-face at your target, then square yourself perpendicular to your club-face before you take your stance. If you watch golf on T.V. you will notice the tour pro’s will always aim their club-face before they take their stance.

Most [amateur] golfers would like to be more consistent, right? When a student of mine makes the statement of: “I want to be more consistent,” I know what he/she means. What he/she means is: the ball-flight to be more consistent. However, the [amateur] golfer needs to be consistent prior to the start of the swing. In order to accomplish consistency, the golfer needs to establish a pre-shot routine by way of aiming the club-face, then taking the stance.

If you would like help with your golf game, then call [me] Arizona Golf Instructor, Robbie Camacho – serving Arizona golfers since 2000, and teaching/coaching since 1996.

Better Arizona Golf In 2010,

Titleist Performance Institute [TPI] Free Evaluation In Arizona

Phoenix, Arizona Best Golf / Lessons / News / Instruction Update: March 24, 2010

Titleist Performance Institute Certified Fitness Professionals will be doing COMPLIMENTARY fitness assessments at 3 different locations in the next week:


Thursday March 25 – 10:00 am – Noon
Atlas Spine Center
1919 E McKellips Rd Ste 103
Mesa, AZ 85203

Saturday March 27 – 9:00 am to Noon
Foothills Sports Medicine
3336 E Chandler Heights
Bldg 5 Ste 126
Gilbert, AZ 85297

Monday March 29 10:00 am – 2:00 pm (ALSO PING DEMO DAY)
Arizona Golf Resort
425 S Power RD
Mesa, AZ 85206

Assessment includes videotape swing analysis and physical screening tests
Peggy Briggs, LPGA Teaching Pro
Tracy Berman, LPGA Teaching Pro
Thomas Albert, Physical Therapist and Personal Trainer
Debra Pentz, Chiropractor

Two-Hour Instruction & Coaching Session

Arizona / Phoenix / Tempe / Scottsdale – Golf Lessons Update for March 18, 2010

Most tour pro’s don’t see their golf [swing] coach for just 30, 45, or 60 minutes per session. Most spend hours per session, but of course that is their work, to [play] golf for a living. But would you like to train like a pro? I am sure you thought about how to do that, right? Well, now you can, because I am offering two-hour golf [lessons] instruction and coaching for only $140.00 per session, which includes range balls. Also, if you would like to participate in a two-hour development program – you can at only $399.00 for [4] two-hour sessions. Note: $99.75 for a two-hour session times four.

Think about what you can accomplish in a two-hour golf coaching session. The two-hours can be customized to meet your needs. For example: 45-minutes on the driver / 45-minutes on irons / 30-minutes on putting. For more information please call me at (602) 828-GOLF (4653).

Better Golf Today & Tomorrow,

To Forward-Press or Not…

AZ, Phoenix – Tempe – Scottsdale Golf Lessons: Update for Monday, March 15, 2010

Do you forward-press when you putt? Why not give it a-go? Here are some things to know about the “forward-press.”

1. The purpose of the forward-press: to get the ball rolling asap and to keep the putter-head low to the ground.

2. Your lead hand: back of left hand controls direction.

3. Loft on your putter: if you choose to “forward-press” you need at minimum 4 – 5 degrees of loft.

4. Forward-press [slowly] and have the putter go back at the same time.

If you would like to learn to be a better putter here in Arizona, then call to book a golf putting lesson. One session may be all you need to start saving strokes and shooting lower scores.

Better Putting in 2010,

Arizona Bunker [Lessons]

Golf Lessons – Phoenix, Arizona Update for Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Here in the Arizona desert, the bunkers at most courses are very firm to hard sand [dirt]. Here is a swing thought [1] to help you to get out and to get the ball closer to the hole:


1. Tell yourself to “scrape” the sand, not “hit” the sand.

2. Allow for both arms to be slightly bent prior to your backswing. Why? Since you cannot ground your club in a bunker – your club-head will be above the sand on your backswing, and as you swing forward your arms will extend as your club-head enters the sand.

3. Practice. Practice. Practice. Most people don’t practice shots in the bunker.

If you would like help in learning to become a better bunker player, then call for help. One session may be all you need.

Happy Golfing,

Every Day Ends With The Next Day To Get Better

Arizona, Phoenix Golf Lessons Update – March 7, 2010

Here is a list of ten excuses for not hiring a professional golf-swing coach in Arizona.

1. I tried it once, but wasted my money.

2. Too expensive.

3. The “golf pro” sucked.

4. My neighbor will help me. He is good. He shoots 85 – 90 all the time.

5. I will figure it out myself.

6. I have my golf mags and Internet to help me.

7. The golf pro tried to get me to change my grip. What a waste of $50 bucks, so never again.

8. I am not good enough for golf instruction.

9. I am happy shooting 30 over par, so why change that now.

10. What a scam, so I am not falling for “lessons.” Why pay the guy who I can beat.

Look, you may only need one session. If Tiger Woods and many other PGA TOUR pro’s pay their golf swing coaches, then why don’t you?

Better Golf In 2010,

The Driving Range

Arizona – Phoenix – Tempe – Scottsdale Golf Lessons Update for Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Since I was a small child, I loved going to the driving range. Here are some pics of driving ranges throughout the world:

Chelsea Piers, NY

Chicago, IL

Tokyo, Japan

Los Angeles, CA

Bangkok, Thailand

United Kingdom

So where do you practice? Do you enjoy the practice tee? If not, then why? How can you get better if you do not practice. Do you know how and what to practice? If you would like help to make your practice more enjoyable and beneficial, then call or email me for answers to your golf questions.

Better Today & Tomorrow…