Ingrid’s ability to take students from their starting point and move them forward toward better scoring is due, in part, to a strong background in competition. She knows how to train players and get the best out of her students’ talents. It is no wonder that she developed a young teenager to win the Minnesota State High School Boy’s Championship.
Golf students of all levels will appreciate her core belief that it is never too late to become a success in golf. They will learn sound swing fundamentals that will teach them how the clubface operates – what causes a ball to fly right, left and straight. They will learn how to swing in balance, a must for staying on the right swing plane to gain consistency. They will also learn about the importance of tempo and timing.
Whether you are an advanced player who needs to get to the ultimate level of performance or a senior player trying to recover lost distance, you will benefit from her depth of knowledge about the golf swing and equipment.
To improve a golfer’s performance on the course requires not only swing development and the right equipment, but also the ability to transfer that knowledge into scoring. Ingrid will guide you to use the same psychological techniques that top players utilize during competition. She assists players with strategy and club selection during playing lessons on the course.
In her one-hour private lessons, her students learn swing technique with the use of video, as well as the importance of mental preparation in a pre-shot routine, how to play well while taking lessons and how to build lasting confidence.
Your motivation, your lifestyle, and your physical wellness or physical challenges are all considered when setting you on your path to better golf. In short, as a Class ‘A’ Member of the LPGA Teaching and Club Professional Division, Ingrid’s lesson approach is giving you, the individual, the best possible tools to develop better consistency in your shot-making, improve your mental focus on the course and become a better player.