This 4-week, 4-hour School helps golfers develop the ability to read greens in order to better manage both their short game and their putting ability. Students learn how to identify the various types of putting surfaces so they can correctly read the break of all putts and short game shots. Golfers develop the ability to accurately measure the slope percentages of greens and identify the speed of the greens. They also learn how to control aim and roll putts a specified distance.
The school is a combination of both classroom discussion and putting green usage. Instructor John Hobbins is certified in the Aimpoint Technologies method of green reading used on the PGA Tour.
This school is ideal for players who are interested in improving their short game skills. The cost of the school is $295 and is limited to three students per session.