The TPI curriculum believes we should develop athletic movement skills first that will enable a junior golf to have fast, powerful golf swings. Steve Ball is a PGA Master Professional and the only Level III Jr. TPI certified instructor in the state. Level III is the highest level of certification.
There are several important aspects to our fantastic methods of teaching junior golfers —
The players must have fun –– simply come oberve one of our camp sessions and you will see for yourselves
We will develop their athletic skills such as: SPEED AGILITY BALANCE SPATIAL AWARENESS ROTATIONAL SPEED
We will evaluate players in several ways. First, we do an initial evaluation to test where the athletes are currently. Then we conduct periodic evaluations in 15 diffrent areas. We award hats with different colors designating different skill levels. This way we can PROVE to you how your child is progressing. We will GAURANTEE improvements in a few months time if your child attends regularly.
Growth spurts — this is such a critical time in a young athletes development. There are crucial elements to this that every parent should know about and we can teach you this. There are “windows of opportunity” for every child in their athletic development — speed, stamina, suppleness, strength and skill. If an athlete trains the right way they will be able to take tremendous advantage of these windows.
And, then along with this we will develop their golf swings — both full swing and short game. They learn this much faster when these other skills are learned first…. then we will have a very fast and powerful golfer.
Please call me if you have questions — I have taught junior golfers for 40 years and this is by far the best way for juniors to learn. Our camps are on Thursday nites from 5:30-7:00 and cost $35 per session or $140 for the month.
This is a 40 minute video explaining in detail all the aspects of the TPI methods — I personally believe it is the best information in the world for parents– SB