Professional golfer Jamie Moul is now offering expert guidance and coaching sessions at Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa. With a wealth of knowledge to share and experience to pass on, let Jamie help improve your golf. As well as range lessons, Jamie is offering short game specific coaching and on-course tuition.
Ranked no.1 amateur in the world in 2007, Jamie’s amateur wins include the 2006 Lytham Trophy and the 2007 Brabazon Trophy. Jamie moved to the professional ranks after competing in the 2007 Walker Cup. In 2011, he recorded his first professional victory at the Acaya Open in Italy on the European Challenge Tour, which led to Jamie earning his playing rights on the European Tour the following season.
Get to grips with the basics or refine your skills with a 30 minute lesson.
Go a little more in depth with the technique, or cover 2 aspects in one session.
Pre pay for 3 hours of coaching to build a program to really focus on your improvement.
9 holes with Jamie learning about course strategies, how to best manage your own game & how to apply these to efficiently lower your scores.
2 hour in depth session to really improve performance on the greens. A focused look at technical detail, green reading, pace control, holing out & putter fitting / suitability advice.
4 x 1 hour sessions on the all important short game that can really improve your scores. 1 lesson on each of the following disciplines – Putting, Chipping, Pitching & Bunker Play.
A focused package to improve your game by combining an on course lesson with 3 hours of range sessions – really want to improve your scoring? this is the package.
“First and foremost, the fundamentals must be good. If we can do the basics of the game well, it makes the finer technical details much easier to achieve. Of course it is important to have a sound, repetitive golf swing to consistently hit good shots, but even more important is the short game. Everyone can greatly improve their scores by improving their short games. Being able to chip it close, get up & down from a bunker, or putt more consistently is where people can improve their scores the most”.