Posts Tagged "Golf Set-up"

Kayla Parsons Shoots 68!

Posted by on Jun 1, 2014 in Blog, Golf Instruction, News, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Kayla Parsons Shoots 68 Kayla Parsons’ short game and long game were in top form en route to shooting 68 at Hillandale Golf Course on Sunday.  She carded 5 birdies and an eagle on her way to the lowest score (so far) of her golf career! Kayla participates in the First Tee program and is an active student at our golf school.  Just this past week, Kayla was raising eyebrows during our short game class as she played the par 3 course with several adult students. During Sunday’s round at Hillandale, Kayla hit 10 fairways, 11 greens and took only 25 putts over the course of 18 holes. Not only is Kayla is a highly skilled golfer, but she also receives compliments on her manners and golf etiquette!  Congratulations Kayla! To learn more about Kayla Parsons, click below: kaylaparsons.com carolinalive.com report Kayla’s Facebook Page Unlimited Range, Golf and Mini Golf for $55 per Month Our Golf Range membership is an easy decision for anyone who wants to improve their golf game.  Click here for more details. Golf School Memberships, Take up to 28 Classes per month!  401 Par Golf & The Mike Sullivan Golf School provide the best golf improvement programs in the area at an affordable price. Golf Range Membership includes unlimited play and practice. Golf School Membership offers up to 28 golf classes per month. Sign up for both programs and save $20 per month Start Improving Your Game, First Lesson is Free! Your First Lesson is Free! Schedule a free 30-Minute Lesson with Mike Sullivan.  This is an opportunity to experience Mike’s teaching philosophy before you make any investment. There are no hidden charges or commitments for future purchases. This offer does not apply to discounted lessons (Jr. Golfers, Student Specials, etc.) Please click here to schedule your 30-minute free lesson.    Junior Golf is in Full Swing Calling all future golf pros…  Our junior golf classes are great for beginners and avid golfers.  Every Saturday morning we conduct junior golf classes for golfers of virtually all ages.  Visit our online lesson scheduling system   Group Instruction Schedule:  Click on the image below to view and sign up for group instruction.  If the group schedule is not shown, click “Book Clinic” in the upper left hand corner of the screen.  All adult classes are one-hour in length.  Cost is $20 per person per class.  All adult classes with the exception of the “Ladies Golf Class” are included in the monthly golf school membership. Ladies Golf Classes are $99 for the six-week series.  Contact Mike Sullivan to sign up on a pro-rated basis. Jr’s ages 10 & up are one-hour in length.  Cost is $10 per person per class. Jr’s ages 5 – 9 are 45 minutes in length. Cost is $10 per person per class. Visit sullivangolf.net for more information about our instructional programs. Sign up for any group lesson using our Online Booking System: http://sullivangolf.uschedule.com/OnlineAppointments.aspx All Week Special:   Buy One Large Bucket, Get One Free! Redeem at: 401 Par Golf 5715 Fayetteville Rd. Raleigh, NC 27603 919-772-5261 Offer Expires: June 8, 2014 Quick Links to our Sites… 401 Par Golf Mike Sullivan Golf School AA Golf Clubs Pelican’s Snoballs Located at:  401 Par Golf 5715 Fayetteville Rd. Raleigh, NC 27603 phone: (919)...

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Three Keys to Consistency

Posted by on Jan 22, 2011 in Blog, Golf Instruction | 0 comments

Often times I get to talking to the golfers here at 401 Par Golf, and most of them come out to hit range balls with the intention of playing better golf.  Based on what people tell me, the vast majority of golfers are in search of the same thing… Consistency!  They want to hit more good shots and less bad shots.  Here are a few tips that can improve any player’s level of consistency: Posture – Good posture helps a player maintain better balance, allows for better shoulder rotation and can even assist a slicer’s swing path. Steady Head – The less your head slides back and forth or up and down, the easier it will be to make solid contact.  Please DO NOT try to keep your head down! Alignment – Make sure you’re aiming at your target.  Place one club on the ground a foot or two in front of the ball directly on your target line, then another club parallel to your target line between your feet and the ball. As always, if you have any questions about improving your consistency, be sure to contact me. –...

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