In the past 10 years Golf Lab has taught over 15,000 lessons. In that time we have learned a great deal from our students and educated ourselves on the process of learning. Learning an athletic skill is not the same as learning arithmetic. Golf is a motor skill that requires practice in order for the motor cortex of the brain to store the skill and develop a habit. Your signature is a great example. How much are you thinking when you sign your name? Now how long would it take you to completely change your signature and not have to think about it? Golf Lab offers programs that are specifically designed to improve your skills and transfer them to the course, and ultimately perform when the pressure is highest.
Learning a new golf skill requires three steps:
1. Knowledge of what is wrong (cause and effect)
2. Proper practice on and off the course (supervised training)