MGolfOnline.com can deliver customized golf instruction to your computer
Are you one of those gadget-rich, time-poor golfers? One of those sad souls who desperately need golf lessons but who lack either the time or opportunity to see a decent teaching professional in person?
If so, then MGolfOnline.com might be just what the swing-doctor ordered.
At MGolfOnline.com, you’ll find detailed instructions about how to shoot and submit video, and how to interact with PGA Teaching Professional Jon Cote, the instruction guru of the site.
According to Greg Bessoni of MGolfOnline.com, the web-based service offers an antidote to the common malady many of us who have taken lessons in person suffer: Forgetfulness. Fifteen minutes after leaving the range, many of us (I suspect) forget much of what we were told.
“Bottomline,” says Bessoni, “golfers are going to get a complete video analysis of their swing, a personalized video drill for them to practice with, and a text file of the lesson plan.”
Rates run from a bare-bones membership for $5.95/month, to the “eagle package” for $99.95, which includes swing analysis, online correspondence with the instructor, and three video swing drills. Payments can be made via PayPal.
As I gaze out my window at melting piles of snow, it also occurs to me that this is a decent way for snowbound golfers to take some lessons during the winter months, even when no indoor practice range is available.
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