I thought I'd let you know that the 'NEW' AimPoint Express Read is returning to Albert Park Driving Range this coming Monday and Tuesady night 6pm-8pm.
Many of you may have seen the world #2 Adam Scott using this same technique during the recent Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Adam Sott - AimPoint Express Read - Video
It will be a great experience for those who are truly interested in mastering the art of green reading. Students will have the opportunity to learn some ground breaking techniques with the 'NEW' AimPoint Express Read class being delivered by Stuart Leong (Australia's Senior Instructor) and Steven Giuliano (Asia's Senior Instructor for AimPoint).
The AimPoint Express Read is the perfect balance between simplicity and accuracy and will give you reliable reads with little time invested. Perfect for any golfer who wants increased accuracy with a non-technical solution that can be put to use the next time you play.
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The Express Read can deal with any length of putt on any green shape including double breaking putts. Students will have the option to learn either Express Class Level 1 & 2 over a two hours teaching everything you need to handle on any putt.
Here is what you can expect to learn:
Express-Level 1 & 2
Single Direction Breaks
Putts Up To 20 Feet
Long Putts Up To Any Length
• Feeling Slope
• Break Direction
• Short Putts (<5')
• Medium Putts (5' to 20')
• Choosing Correct AimPoints
• Capture Speed
• How To Use Express on Long Putts
• Handling Multiple Breaks
• Estimating Green Speed
The 2-hours Express Read Class will run both Monday 31st March and Tuesday 1st April from 6pm-8pm. If you feel this is something that may benefit you, feel free to register your interest by responding to this post or contacting Albert Park direct.
As a special offer to iseekgolf members we'd like to offer 10% OFF the class fee for the first 5-members that sign up for a 2-hour Express Class.
I look forward to seeing some of you at Albert Park next week.
Asian Senior Instructor