I love golf but with high gas prices and living on a retirement budget I just can't justify spending hundreds of dollars on lessons. All I do now is log onto the web site and take my lessons weekly and then go and practice them when I have the time.
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 4, 2008
Golfers can now improve their swings and scores in a matter of minutes thanks to a new learning platform introduced earlier this year. California-based Break 80 Today© released its brand new "Fast Track" golf instruction program in June of this year to the golfing public http://www.break80today.com/fasttrack.htm as a response to the high price of traditional golf instruction.
In addition to being expensive, normal golf lessons can prove to be inconvenient for today's golfer. With the advent of video and swing analysis software, golf instruction has taken a new form in the online world. What would historically require a trip to the driving range to see the PGA pro, now only warrants a high speed connection and a computer.
"We're experiencing an economic recession right now and we've noticed fewer golfers on the courses and on the practice range. In an effort to promote proper, efficient and affordable instruction, we introduced the Fast Track program earlier this year. The response has been outstanding from the golfing public," said Jack Moorehouse, founder of Break 80 Today©.
Golfers who use this new learning platform get access to series of videos, documents and assignments on a weekly basis that teaches all aspects of the game including driving, putting, sand play and mental strategies. Members also have access to a private forum of thousands of golfers and instructors to help hone their games.
Jerry Kenter, one of the Fast Track program members, describes it this way. "I love golf but with high gas prices and living on a retirement budget I just can't justify spending hundreds of dollars on lessons. All I do now is log onto the web site and take my lessons weekly and then go and practice them when I have the time."
The aim of this new program is to assist golfers of all skill levels and provide golf instruction in a convenient and timely fashion.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release (or for a sample, copy or demo), contact Michelle Pepper or visit http://www.break80today.com.
About Break 80 Today©:
Break 80 Today© provides world class golf instruction through a variety of DVD's, books, CD's and an online learning platform. Specializing in golf instruction for all skill levels, Break 80 Today© products have helped over 100,000 golfers worldwide since 2004. In 2006, APEX Publishing awarded the firm the "Excellence in Publishing" distinction for the popular "Go Low" golf newsletter.