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What is a Golf Skills Assessment?

A golf skills assessment is a process of evaluating a player's golf skills and abilities in order to identify areas of strengths and weaknesses. It is used to help players improve their performance and reach their goals by providing feedback on their technique, swing mechanics, ball flight, short game, putting, mental game and other aspects of golf.

A golf skills assessment typically involves a combination of quantitive and qualitative methods, such as video analysis, ball flight tracking, statistical analysis of performance data, observation and feedback from professional coaches and self assessment by the player. The results are used to develop a personalized improvement plan for the player, which may include drills, exercises, and practice routines designed to address specific areas of improvement.

Overall, a golf skill assessment can be a valuable tool for players at all levels of the game, from beginners to professionals, as it helps them to understand their strengths and weaknesses and make targeted improvements to their game.

This is a necessary first step to begin your journey of improvement!

Bob Miller, PGA - Miller Golf Coaching

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