Over the many years Doug has consistently provided workshops to dedicated golfers looking to improve theirs swing.
Here’s the ugly truth: high handicap golfers are inundated with information.
Constantly trying the swing of the day or trying to change a swing after each attempt. Even if the information is correct, progress is slowed significantly without an efficient drill program. Doug’s Workshops are here to create the change growth that you’ve been waiting for.
What you get:
You will get a complete mental and kinesiological understanding of an effective golf swing. What you will be left with is a total program to refine or rebuild a functional swing that will fit YOUR body. It will then be up to you to go forward with the program. A six month email follow up is included.
All works shops are 2 days long. Each day consists of 4 hours split in two segments. No more than 5 students per workshop. You will need to provide mirrors, video equipment ie. telephone or tablet or go pro, and a place to work. A written release from the club and golf pro is necessary if at a club.
The workshop for one person is $2300. This includes expenses to your location in the United States. Each additional person is $800 with a limit of 5 people total.
For over seas workshops please add $1200 US dollars.
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Does Bertholy’s system really work?
One of Paul’s many students started the Method as a 10 handicap, 53 year old golfer. Since reaching the age of 66 to his age of 77 (2002) he shot his age or better 131 times. He has been featured in Senior Golfer. At the age of 70, he was ranked the number 8 player out of the top 100 at his home course in Virginia. His handicap at the time? How about 1! This is just one of the success stories of people using Paul’s system that is contained in Golf Swing Construction 101: The Bertholy Method Revisited.
“To play to your full potential, you need greater strength, flexibility, stamina, and endurance. You must rejuvenate, and be born again.”
Hitting balls under the watchful eye of then 98 year old Errie Ball. Google him . He played in the first Masters Tournament in 1932.