Golf At Rio Salado In Tempe

Golf Lessons Update for Phoenix – Scottsdale -Tempe -Arizona: Wednesday, October 27, 2010

I also teach and coach at Fiddlesticks in Tempe if interested.

Robbie Camacho

How Much Is A Golf Lesson?

Golf Lessons, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Arizona Update: Monday, October 25, 2010

Classic: Tiger Woods & Butch Harmon

Phoenix – Scottsdale – Tempe – Arizona Golf Lessons: Update for Monday, October 18, 2010

24-Hour Golf Range?

Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Arizona Golf Lessons: Update for Tuesday, October 12, 2010

There is a 24-Hour Golf Range, but it is not here in Arizona – it is in Sacramento, CA called Haggin Oaks. Well it is open 24-hours from May – September. But haven’t you ever thought about hitting golf balls in the middle of the night, right? And what about a golf lesson at 2:00 a.m.? Just a thought…

Fiddlesticks is open until 12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday year round. FYI – You can book a golf lesson/coaching session with me at 11:00 p.m. if you are interested. For information about golf coaching, please contact me directly.

Robbie Camacho

Are You Ready To Quit Golf?

Scottsdale, Phoenix, Tempe, Arizona Golf Lessons Update: Tuesday, October 5, 2010

With all the resources available to consume golf help – you know, the Internet, books, videos (YouTube), Golf Channel, and golf lessons why is it that golfers quit? Golfers quit beacuse they just don’t get better. The golfer who improves to make better ball contact will continue with golf. And, if you think people give up on golf becuase golf is too expensive, well no that’s not it. The addicted golfer will find a way to pay for golf.

What about golf lessons, golf instruction, golf schools, golf swing coaches, golf training aides, and golf fitness trainers? Do you really need a golf lesson? Do you need to hire a swing coach? Do want to pay for someting that may not work? But what if paying for help does work?

Consider below if you are thinking about paying for golf swing/game help:

Golfer: I tried lessons before and it did not help.
My reply: Did you practice? Did you ask questions? Did you agree 100% of what the instructor was telling you what to do? Did you improve on the first lesson?

Golfer: I bought new clubs rather than spending money for golf instruction.
My reply: Do you know how to swing your new clubs? Are your new golf clubs fitted?

Golfer: I just don’t trust golf instructors.
My reply: Did you have a bad experience in the past? Why don’t you trust golf instructor(s)? Did he/she mess you up? Are you thinking that he/she may change your swing his or her way? Do you think you will get worse before you get better?

If you are on the borderline of quiting golf I extend this offer: Contact me to discuss. The cost to save a fellow golfer is worth my time, and your time with no financial cost to you. So now you are on the tee box…your move…

Robbie Camacho