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Benefits of Group Training

As you may know by now, at G60 we do things a little bit differently to your average golf coach. We combine group training with unlimited online support to ensure our players reach their goals. While individual practice and training can be beneficial, group training in golf can provide numerous advantages. In this blog post, I’ll explain 5 benefits of group training in golf.

1. Motivation and camaraderie

One of the primary benefits of group training in golf is motivation and camaraderie. Being part of a group with a common goal can help motivate golfers to work harder and achieve their goals. Additionally, the social aspect of group training can create a sense of camaraderie among golfers, which can help them enjoy the game more and feel more connected to their peers.

2. Feedback and support

Group training can also provide golfers with valuable feedback and support. Working with a group of peers and a knowledgeable coach can help golfers identify areas for improvement and receive guidance on how to make those improvements. Group members can also offer support and encouragement to each other, which can be particularly valuable during difficult or challenging moments.

3. Increased competition + Pressurised Practice

Group training can also increase the level of competition among golfers, which can be a positive thing. Competing against others can help golfers push themselves harder and strive for greater levels of success. Additionally, healthy competition can be fun and rewarding, and it can help golfers feel more engaged with the sport. I am constantly putting my G60 members under pressure while they practise. This provides them with the skills to deal with pressurised moments on the golf course.

4. Cost-effective

Group training in golf can also be cost-effective for the customer. Rather than paying for expensive individual lessons or training sessions, group training can allow golfers to benefit from seeing their coach regularly throughout the month for an affordable price.

5. Variety of perspectives and ideas

Group training in golf can provide golfers with a variety of perspectives and ideas. Working with different people can expose golfers to new techniques, strategies, and ways of thinking about the game. This can help golfers expand their knowledge and skills, and ultimately become better players.

If you are a golfer looking to improve your skills and enjoy the game even more, consider joining a group training program like G60. Apply for membership today by clicking the link below.

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