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Just got back from a two day class up in Vermont. I went up there Friday evening with two of my buddies for a two day class(sat/sun)....let me just say, it was fantastic! We covered chipping, putting, pitching from 25 to 50 yards, bunker play, on course instruction for different lies, etc and then we moved on to full swing. He put all of our swings on film and went through each sequence and showed us what we did well and what we needed to work on. He even sent us home with a DVD with a his voice over showing us our swings and what we needed to work on and what drills to do to help improve.

I already knew i suffered from an over the top move, but to see it on video was just depressing. He flat out told me that it wasn't something he could fix in two days, but he gave me drills to work on to hit from the inside and get my arm in the slot to help avoid the over the top move. The course itself was also beautiful, we played 18 on Saturday after our lesson and wanted to do 18 more Sunday but had a 3.5 hour drive home ahead of us so could not.

Bottom line, i would recommend this to anyone who wants to improve, it was a great learning experience and i definately took alot away from it. Now to work on that swing plane.
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That sounds like it'd be a fun weekend thing to do. Obviously prices will vary from place to place, but if you dont mind me asking how much did this cost you? I assume you stayed at a hotel? Was room and board included in the price?
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