Port Royal Golf Course - 16th Hole
A CUSTOMIZED GOLF PROGRAM DESIGNED BY A SWING COACH AND A BODY COACH, BASED ON YOUR BODY, YOUR SWING, YOUR GAME AND YOUR GOALS!
At the AIM Golf Academy, we don’t guess, we ASSESS!
Fully understanding a player’s golf swing, and how their body can and can’t move allows our team to get to the root cause of the issue(s) in the golf swing.
Golfers in the AIM Project develop specific goals with their coaches for their golf game, golf swing and body. These goals and the AIM Initial Assessment completed by our team provide the foundation from which the customized coaching plan will be built from.
Each session during this one-of-a-kind experience is 1-hour in length. AIM Golf Academy lessons follow two formats:
Private golf lessons with your PGA Pro
Private golf lessons that combine Athletic Therapy, Osteopathy or Registered Massage Therapy treatment with golf instruction.
The AIM team’s focus is to develop a swing that matches your body’s motor patterns, strength and speed. Developing a golf swing to match your body’s range of motion provides you with a swing you can repeat and trust.
Our AIM Golf Academy, PGA of Canada Professionals focus on developing a swing for the player that matches their body’s motor patterns, strength and balance. Our pro’s knowledge of the body and how it affects the golf swing are critical to the success of our program. We will only ask our players to swing the club in a way they are capable of to ensure we are training a repeatable swing each time the tee is pegged in the ground. Every player will receive swing drills for on the range and at home, as well as video recaps of the lessons for practice in between sessions.
The Honsberger Physio+ team focuses on providing the player with better control of their motor patterns. They will ensure that you start each session with an aligned body and provide a specific program to strengthen any areas of weakness. This program will evolve and change as you improve throughout the winter. Our research shows that most golfers’ issues or flaws affecting their ability to swing the club in a repeatable manner are related to the issues we find in the player’s movement screens.