I was recently asked why an ambitious male or female golfer should join Pro Tour Golf College. It's a good question but easy to answer.
"You will work harder than you ever have before under complete supervision for a minimum of five hours per day for five days per week working on a highly structured golf training plan that is built around improving your critical to performance skills that will make it easier for you to shoot consistently lower golf scores."
If you were asked how you would spend a minimum of five hours per day, for a minimum of five days per week, for a minimum of five years training to play on a professional golf tour what would you say?
Most golfers would not have much of an idea about how to go about it. Typically what happens is male and female golfers will go to a driving range or practice fairway with good intentions but discover that it's very difficult to maintain the level of focus required to gain value from their effort.
Even with a competent golf instructor helping you, it's difficult to formulate a golf training plan that factors in a minimum of thirty hours of highly structured training each week, but this precisely what makes Pro Tour Golf College different from every other golf academy or golf school.
Our skills are in designing programs that help golfers like you to shoot lower golf scores faster.
Study the stats of one of our students after he had completed his first semester in the program. You will notice a very high stroke volume but what's it doesn't show is how he practiced everyday.
We are just about to start our second semester at Pro Tour Golf College and the students who have completed the first ten weeks have experienced significant improvement in their golf skills because they get to work on them everyday under careful observation.
In our opinion the only way to improve your golf scores is to develop your Pro Tour Capability Framework: