GOLF LESSONS - IMPROVE YOUR GAME
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DEREK HIGHLEY, PGA Member
KEN FORAN, Canadian Golf Teachers Federation
Thank you very much to all of our students for making the commitment to improving your game this season.
Keep up with your improvement plans this off season with indoor lessons. During the Winter Months Canadian Fade Golf Academy moves indoors to Extreme Indoor Golf. For full lesson information please visit the Canadian Fade Golf Academy website at www.canadianfade.com or by clicking on the link below.
Look for Continued Expansion of our Teaching Programs For 2017:
- Weekly Clinics (varying topics, slicing, contact, bunkers, putting etc)
- Comprehensive Beginner Programs (Individual, Couples, Male, Female and Group)
- Junior Weekly and Summer Instruction (Beginner and Advanced)
- Supervised Practice Sessions
- Short Game Improvement Plans
- High School Player Development
- Handicap in Half Program
... and more
-1990 St. Thomas “ Early Bird” Champion
-1995 Ontario Best Ball Provincial Champion
-1990,91,92 Ingersoll Invitational Champion
-Low Round “65” Forest City National
-30 Plus Amateur Titles
I have been playing golf fore 50 years, during that time Competitive Golf fore 15 years & Teaching fore 17 years.
During his time in the United States Derek worked as a Golf Professional at private clubs in Boston MA, Raleigh North Carolina and Tampa Florida. Most recently Derek worked as a Certified Golf Coach for GolfTEC designing individually tailored golf improvement programs for students and providing over 1,200 instructional lessons annually.
Check out the links below to find out more about our professionals and their history.
I am a big believer in the 3 C's for both golf and life - Concentration, plus Consistency creates Confidence. You need all three C's to be your best. May your health be above par, and your golf score below.
Owner / Golf Clinician
Canadian Golf Teachers Federation
Golf can often be a confusing and frustrating game when things are going wrong. A key to improvement is to first know what you need to be working on and then making sure you are getting proper feedback during practice.
You must take the club low and wide in your backswing while maintaining your knees in a strong atheltic position during the entirety of your swing, never changing the angle of your spine. Keep a positive mind while approaching the tee.
Ken Foran, CGTF
Derek Highley, PGA Member
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