Special Clinic with Short Game Wizard and Tour Coach
Golf Digest has called Utley one of America's 50 greatest teachers in their annual poll of more than 1,500 teaching professionals from around the country. He has achieved this status by focusing on the thing he loved most as a touring professional: THE SHORT GAME. As a result, Stan is known world-wide as the leading teacher of the short game. Take a look at those he has helped: Stan's Students.
Since dedicating his time to teaching, Stan has helped countless touring professionals and amateurs alike to better understand the techniques and the feels that are needed to save those precious strokes around and on the greens.
Following a successful playing career (which includes the PGA Tour record for fewest putts in nine holes, with six at the 2002 Air Canada Championship), he shifted his focus on how to teach others the things that made him so deadly. He has developed very clear and easily understood short game concepts that can be applied quickly. As PGA Tour winner Jay Haas said, "Stan has a great knowledge of the game and a wonderful way of getting his message across.”
This is a day you do not want to miss.
When: Saturday, April 18
Sunday, April 19 (morning only)
Where: Belmont Country Club
Time: There will be a morning session and an afternoon session
SESSION ONE 8:30 to 11:30 AM
SESSION TWO 1:00 to 4:00 PM
Capacity is up to five students in each session. With small class sizes, each student receives the necessary individual attention to make a significant impact in his or her game. Additionally, some of the instruction is customized to the specific needs of the students.
Each session includes:
Putting (fundamentals, set-up, sequence and tempo, reading and routine)
Sand Play (use of bounce, swing speed, wrist action, finish, various lies)
Chipping and Pitching (set-up, swing shape, trajectory and body position)
Mid Range Wedge Shots (fundamentals, swing size and shape, trajectory)