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Ken House: New to golf? Learn to play from the pros|
By Ken House
Published: Wednesday, July 9, 2008 11:43 AM EDT
A friend asked this week, “How do you recommend that a 40-something-year-old man get started in golf?”
The operators of www.CTGolfTips.com have an answer. The site, which provides a variety of statewide golf news, is offering a special program titled “Golf 101 For New Golfers — Learn From The Pros.”
The lesson series, which bills itself as a “complete hands-on course ideal for new golfers and anyone who wants to improve their game,” takes place at Miner Hills Golf Course in Middletown. George Claffey, a coach with The First Tee of Connecticut, an employee at the TPC at River Highlands, and the head teaching pro at Miner Hills, is the principal instructor.
“This is a popular series,” said East Hartford native Robert Tamiso, Marketing Director at Empire Group, LTD. “It’s perfect for beginners or guys who are rehabbing an injury. The classes are kept small and you get six hours of lessons for $100.”
The Saturday series runs four consecutive weeks from 4-5:30 p.m. starting on July 20. The Sunday series runs four consecutive weeks from 3-4:30 starting July 26. The Tuesday series runs four consecutive weeks from 6:30- 8 p.m. starting July 29
On the website, there’s also information on Golf 102. That’s a program for the intermediate golfer who wants to improve via playing lessons with a pro and video swing analysis.
The Golf 101 series begins on the range and teaches the basics. It progresses to putting and chipping and goes on-course for a scramble event where more advanced concepts are taught.
Perhaps the best feature of the program — especially for those unsure whether they’re going to really like golf — is that all the equipment is included.
Then, if the golf bug bites those who participate in the program, the website has a series of video lessons to further the player’s learning.
But, at the very least, there’s enough material to satisfy any first-time golfer, no matter what age.
For further information on Golf 101, visit http://www.ctgolftips.com/Golf101 or call Robert Tamiso at 860-436-9449