Bird Golf Academy Named Tops for Golf
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 3, 2010
The staff of Men’s Journal have named their picks for the seven best skills camps across the country in their latest issue, and Bird Golf Academy is one of the very select few that have been chosen.
With client-to-teacher ratios that are always either one-to-one or two-to-one, every student is paired with a PGA professional for their four days of instruction. The Bird Golf Academy’s promise and Service Mark is the “Ultimate Golf Learning Experience”®.
Bird Golf Academy’s flagship school is located at the Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa in Chandler, Arizona, providing students with spectacular views of Arizona’s Sierra Estrella Range along with their instruction.
Recent Bird Golf graduates report remarkable improvement in their games – but that is just one of the reasons why the Academy was chosen as one of the top seven skills camps.
Along with the likes of Emerald Coast Yachts out of Pensacola Beach, Florida and ABK Boardsports in South Padre Island, Texas and the other winners, Bird Golf Academy offers students resources and instruction that are not only tailored to each individual student and unique but also effectual and direct.
ABK Boardsports instructs participants in the finer points of windsurfing, in everything from fundamentals like sail trimming and tacking to advanced skills that include freestyle moves and racing techniques.
Emerald Coast Yachts takes two participants at a time for four days cruising between Santa Rosa Sound, Pensacola Bay and the Gulf of Mexico on a 33- or 34-foot vessel. Learning everything from how to anchor under sail to man-overboard recovery, participants break each night to bunk in a boat docked there at the marina.
Offering much more than just personalized instruction with proven results, the seven skill camps named as “The Best” by Men’s Journal have earned their reputations as well as the accolades of students, many of whom come back year after year to their favorite camp.
Bird Golf Academy instructors (which include a National Teacher of the Year, and members of various of Halls of Fame) work with student golfers for six hours each day- beginners start with a solid foundation of the fundamentals such as stance, grip and basic rotational skills while advanced players hone their skills with refinements including trajectory of shots on windy days and much more.
Men’s Journal also touches upon the fact that unlike many other golf schools, Bird Golf Academy does not use a universal, one-size-fits-all approach to their instruction.
For more information about Bird Golf Academy, visit their website at http://www.BirdGolf.com or call toll-free (877)424-7346.