Impact Based Teaching
Whether you are a beginner golfer or a PGA or LPGA Touring Professional, there is one moment that defines the success of all golf shots, the moment of impact!
The mission of our instructors is to guide all golfers to a better Impact Performance, and impact based teaching. The Impact Performance Golf Learning Center is an indoor/outdoor driving range and short game facility, located at the beautiful Charles T. Myers Golf Course in Charlotte, NC. The instructors at IPGLC understand that each student has a different learning style, skill level, and goals. We tailor every lesson to fit your individual attributes.
You Play like you Practice
IPGLC offers many different types of lesson structures to ALL golfers beginners to Pros that are sure to fit your needs. Please explore our lesson Packages & Rates to learn more, and Contact Us if you have any questions.
“Golf is a game of impact, and the purpose of the swing is to create good impact, because that’s what creates good shots!” – Bobby Clampett
Golf practice and player development are going through a period of tremendous change, and technology is a central component in that transformation. The mapping of swing DNA is now possible, as is the quantification and comparison of swing feel vs. real. Technology also empowers us to monitor granular swing changes over time. These are just a few, compelling examples of how to unleash talent more effectively.
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- Golfers see this as the first big hurdle
- Learning how to play the game
- How to practice
- Eliminating penalty strokes
- Eliminating errors
- Short game technique
- Course managment
- Control the golf ball more effectively
- Get the ball in play off the tee
- Course management
- Self corection/ proper practice
- Eliminate short game errors
- Solid strikes
- Short Game & Putting!
- Solid strikes and distance control
- Ball needs to curve one way most shots
- “Go to Shot”
- Greens in Regulation
- Proper Practice
- Stick to the process
- Specific short game and putting techniques
- Distance & specific Distance control
- High value on Practice & Playing time
- Performance practice
- Trajectory control
- Proper equipment
- Mental game