Brian Mogg joins Mark Immelman to help you understand technique and lower your scores. He demonstrates drills designed to help feel and understanding. Insights on putting, chipping and pitching, swing arc width and a more loaded pivot with better rotation.
Steve Scott discusses competitiveness and shares tips on how you can direct your focus, talent and emotion to get the most out of your competitive instinct. He also addresses dealing with failure, risk and reward and preparation.
Gavin Grenville Wood advises on Goal Setting, Pushing and Motivating, Setting Expectations, Practice, and Handling Disappointment in junior golf.
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Mark Immelman Golf Instruction at the Key Golf Facility
Columbus State University
3434 University Avenue
Columbus GA 31907
"Mark has the ability to explain the "Why" of the game which makes the "How" come much easier for all of his students. Working with Mark is a truly rewarding experience."
Kriss CloningerAflac CFO
"In one lesson, he straightened out so
many of my issues I could not believe it. He is the epitome
of a great teacher. He used analogies that made sense to
me. Mark helped me eliminate my slice and helped me
consistently hit the ball the way I wanted to."
Jason and Holly Powers
"My brother Mark is one of the best instructors I have ever had the privilege of working with. I encourage pros and amateurs to visit and learn from him."
Trevor ImmelmanMasters Champion
"I met Mark Immelman in 1998. He is a knowledgeable, professional and talented golf instructor. He connects with golfers on all levels, from college golfers to amateurs to professional players."
Tjaart van der WaltEuropean Tour Golf
"One of the most important aspects of a good golf instructor is their communication skills and I believe this is Mark Immelman’s best attribute."