Your lesson is carefully designed to maximize your accomplishment and enjoyment based on your experience and comfort level. To get the very most from your lessons it’s important to realistically assess your playing level before selecting a program of instruction:
Level 1: New golfer with less than 2 years experience or re-entering golf after a significant absence. Does not keep score or scores in a wide range because you do not play regularly.
Level 2: Intermediate or Advanced New, scores about 120- 130.
Level 3: Advanced Intermediate, scores 95-110.
Level 4: Advanced, someone who scores in the high 70’s80’s to low 90’s.
These levels are not set in stone. They are a mainly a guideline for less advanced players to settle into the most suitable group. If you want to take instruction with a friend and you have a significant difference in your levels of play, I can adjust my teaching to benefit both of you. I’d rather have you enjoy the lessons together than feel excluded.