Golf lessons update – June 23, 2015: Ahwatukee, Chandler, Gilbert, Maricopa, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe, Arizona
Take advantage of the three hour short game (putting, chipping, pitching, and sand) special for only $175.
Share with friends and/or family: two students is $100 each, three students $85 each, and four students is $75 each.
This offer is affordable for all golfers.
Note: instruction and coaching available at the following locations.
– Rob Camacho, PGA Golf Coach
Update: Phoenix, Mesa, Arizona Golf Lessons for Wednesday, July 24, 2013
How good would you like to be? Would you like to have more confidence in your game? Would you like to be more consistent? Would you like to have more fun on the course? Would you play more if you play better? Would you like to lower your score? Would you like to play with your spouse or significant other? Would you like to play because of your profession and/or business? Would you like to enjoy retirement? Do want to play better in tournaments? Would you like to be your buddies?
Well the above is a short list of what golfers want and hope for. You now have your own PGA golf coach for 10.5 months at your disposal. The ‘Ultimate Golf Coaching Program’ is now available. If want to see your potential and have more confidence, then this program is for you.
Here it is:
42 thirty minute lessons. You commit to one lesson per week. You can use your lesson time for on the *golf course instruction as well. You can even share the time with *another golfer if you like. Think about it…your own PGA pro to help you, teach you, coach you, motivate you, counsel you, guide you, direct you, instruct you, and be there as a friend.
You can choose the topics that you want to learn. If you are a new golfer, then I will provide a full plan of attack for your 42 golf lesson development series. If you want to finally correct your slice, then we have plenty of time.
This program is not “get worse” before you get better. You will improve on your first visit.
Why not learn the following [in no particular order]
Ball above your feet
Ball below your feet
Fairway bunker shot
Bunker shots (all lies)
Green speed control
Ball flight control concepts
Short game [putting, chipping, pitching, sand]
How to practice
What to practice
How to play on the course
Find out why you do not perform well on the course
Know how far you really hit the ball
How to prepare for tournament golf
Dispel the common myths in golf
Are you playing the right clubs
Pre-swing mental thoughts
Aim & Alignment
How to overcome your anxiety
How to play with strangers
How to play under stress
How to let go of the past
How to win
How to have fun on the course
How to play when things go wrong
Learn your goto shot
Learn when is the best time practice
How to play better if you don’t practice
How to play your best
Learn your proper set-up[grip, stance, posture]
Width of stance
Types of stance
What is your correct stance
How to play in the wind
How to play in the rain
How to play in the heat
How to play in the cold
How to be aware of you are doing
How to be your own coach
How to overcome the yips
How to overcome your problem areas that you neglect
Cost: $1099 and includes range balls during each lesson
*On the golf course instruction: green fee not included
*Two golfers can do it together for $799 each
For more information please contact me.
Robbie Camacho, PGA Professional
Phoenix / Mesa / Arizona Golf Lessons Update: June 24, 2013
Haven’t you said this to yourself:
I hit the ball good on the range, but I can’t take my swing to the golf course.
I would be a better golfer if I can take my driving range swing to the golf course.
And this one: I wish I can hit the ball this good on the golf course…
Well, the above statements are very common. That is why on the golf course instruction and coaching can make a big difference for the better. Recently I gave a 90-min. playing lesson and two days after my student shot his best score ever with an 82. One week prior he shot rounds of 102 and 92.
The playing lesson is valuable to me just as valuable to the student. I get to see what he or she does while playing the game. The golf course is the best place to learn how to play and how to play shots that can not be produced on the range. Think about this: most golfers don’t practice. Most golfers don’t play that often. Most golfers don’t know how to practice. But all that can change with on the golf course coaching. After the play lesson, I will go over the key areas for improvement and what to practice and how to practice.
The golf course is where we play, but we practice on the range to learn how to play. Other sports we practice and play on the same field or court. May not be the same venue, but you get my drift…basketball the rim is 10′ from the floor, football field is 100 yards long, tennis court same dimensions, track and field, etc..
Another benefit of the play lesson is that I can see all areas of your game. Many golfers have never had a putting lesson or bunker lesson. One slight adjustment can be life-long-lasting. Also, I video record some of your swings (full swings – driver and irons, short game and recovery shots). That way you can see what your swing looks like while playing.
For on the golf course instruction/coaching and a game improvement plan contact me to discuss and/or book at (602) 828-GOLF (4653) or email me rcamacho at azgolfinstructor.com
Cost: $199 for 9 holes
*Special: $299 for six hours of instruction (can be used for playing lessons)
*Special offer ends 7/31/13
Robbie Camacho, PGA Professional
Update for Phoenix / Tempe Golf Lessons: Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Would you like to know how Vijay pratices? Well, check out below. The PGA TOUR’S slogan: “These Guys Are Good” is fitting.
Phoenix, AZ Golf Lessons Update: Monday, March 28, 2011
I recently bought a
new used set of TaylorMade R7 TP irons with Project X 5.5 shafts, and I am very pleased with the performance of the shaft/head combo.
Here are the benefits that I’ve experienced with Project X 5.5. [And by the way, the 5.5 means “stiff” flex].
* Light weight
* Easy to swing
* Penetrating ball flight
* More distance
* Sting/shock resistance on [off] center hits
* My greens in regulation has improved
* Lower scores
If you would like to demo these shafts, then visit your local Phoenix area golf shop, or feel free to contact me to demo mine. I welcome you to come to Fiddlesticks, or Rio Salado Golf Course.
Phoenix, Arizona Golf lessons/Instruction Update: Tuesday, January 18, 2010
Face Balanced Putter: A putter face that is pointing to the sky and runs parallel to the ground when the shaft is balanced on your finger as shown below.
A face balanced putter has no positive affect when in the playing position and while it is in motion. Just because you see in the photo above that the putter is indeed “balanced,” the putter is not stable when you swing it. What? Do this: grab your face balanced putter and swing it. Next: swing your putter normal [back to forward], then swing the putter in different playing positions until you FEEL it is the lightest and the FEELING of being very smooth. As shown below, the putter is the most stable and smooth when I swing it with the heel leading. Why? Because, that is where the face should be – the true feeling of MOI [moment of intertia], the ability of the putter to stay stable when motion is applied. However, you can’t putt with the heel leading.
So, do you want to putt better? Do you want a putter that is stable? Do want to two-putt and have less three-putts? Do you want to see your ball roll true – you know end-over-end? If yes, then I recommend you give YAR GOLF a test. Visit www.yargolf.com. You will find that a Yar putter performs like no other, and that it is truly stable because of its near perfect moi [moment of inertia]. Yar is based on true science, not hype, and not science fiction.
Yar Golf Dealer / Fitter
Phoenix, Arizona Golf Lessons Update for Monday, November 8, 2010
Solid contact with all your golf clubs is what you want, right? Are you tired with all the “golf tips” and how you too can add 10, 20, and 30 yards to your tee shots? Really?! Look, if you have played other sports, then you accepted the fact that other athletes can run faster, throw harder, and jump higher. But in golf if you drive it [once] 250, then you expect to drive 250 every time, and then why not add 10 more yards, right? Perhaps distance may help you score, but you know that a long tee shot can make you feel real good about yourself. My experience as a golf teacher/coach is that most golfers want to make solid contact and to be consistent. The most popular word I hear is “consistent,” not distance.
If you are tired of the frustration and confusion, then I may be of help. I can’t help you if you don’t ask. Feel free to contact me to see if I am the right golf coach for you.