The new appointment of Mark Emery British and German PGA teaching professional as Head professional at san roque club has prompted a few changes at the san roque club in Sotogrande.
Mark has been teaching in Germany for the last 20 years but has been a constant visitor to san roque with his German golf schools.
His main focus is on short game including putting.
Enjoy Playing Better Golf Professional Golf Training With Head PGA Professional Mark Emery (British PGA Member) At the San Roque Golf Club Academy (German also spoken)
We offer both individual and group training on Swing Analysis, Short Game, Putting, Golf Course Management & Mental Training. We use modern teaching technologies such as TRACKMAN, EXPLANAR and Video Analysis. We have fantastic training facilities including a covered Driving Range.
Telephones: 0034 676 471 912 – 0049 172 82 15 779
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With a background of being both a Physical Training and a Freefall Parachute Instructor in the British Royal Air Force, Garry has been teaching for over 35 years and recently in Spain now teaches at San Roque club.
As an amateur, he played for his county BB & O in the UK on a golf handicap of 1.4, and won club championships at 3 different golf clubs in the UK before moving to South Africa and improving to +2.
As a teacher, his philosophy is very much that of KISS – “Keep It Simple Stupid”.
He possesses a keen analytical eye, and a very straightforward teaching method, and suggests simple, regular routines that can improve your game immediately. Most of his focus is on short game and course management with crucial decision making within a 9 hole playing lesson.
Telephone: 0034 606 634 905Read More
My name is Daniel Westermark, born in Sweden in 1963 and moved to Spain in 1974. After playing on the European Tour and Challenge Tour between 1985- 2002, being Swedish, growing up in Spain, going to an English college and travelling around so much for all those years, I now speak English, Swedish, Spanish, French, Italian and some German too.
I started working as teaching pro at El Paraiso Golf Club, but continue playing on the Spanish Tour. I find it very enjoyable to share all I learnt all through those Touring years, where we would spend long days searching through the secrets of the swing, course management and building up a strong positive golfing mind.
Believe me when I say that I have seen an immense variety of golf swings striking the ball perfectly. I have also seen good players having a bad day, but still finishing with an under par score thanks to very good course management and that positive golfing mind. I have stood over a putt many times with that great feeling – this is going in! And so they did. But… other times…and it is all in the mind.
When it comes to the swing, my aim is to get you to swing the club as simply as possible, always keeping in mind your elasticity, height, body structure etc. I do insist on golf players holding the club correctly and address the ball likewise.
Latest video analysing equipment will also be used where I think it would be helpful.Read More
GoGolf4Life was born when I tried to resurrect my playing career at the age of 50 – and I soon found the intuitive swing that had served me well when I was young, flexible and confident didn’t work as well as before. This caused a lot of pain therefore if I wanted to keep playing golf I was going to have to make some changes.
It soon became obvious that the many ‘patches’ I had applied to fix my faults through the years had actually made me worse, taking me further from the simple truth. I needed to remove many layers of compensation which had grown up, one on top of the other.
I also realised that golfing culture survived on the ‘quick fix’ mentality, and condemned millions to mediocre golf. If someone has a slice they want to get rid of and you sell them a product like a driver with a built-in hook, you do them a real disservice because even though the slice has gone (temporarily) so has any chance of correcting the cause of the slice. One more layer of compensation has been added. The less compensation a golfer has in his swing, the better.
It is vital that you realise you are the cause of your golf shots; don’t look elsewhere for answers.
I give golfers the tools to calm the mind, control their body, and maybe even the courage to release their amazing potential.Read More