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Danish Teaching & Coaching Conference 20172 min read

PGA of DenmarkAuthor: PGA of Denmark


Posted on: 30th Nov 2016

The PGA of Denmark invite all PGA Professionals from Confederation of Professional Golf Member Countries to the 2017 Danish Teaching & Coaching Conference from 28th February – 1st March 2017, as well as to two extra days: 2nd March – 3rd March 2017.

The Teaching & Coaching Conference takes place at Hotel Scandic Sydhavnen in Copenhagen, Denmark and will see Mike Adams, Scott Fawcett and Scott Lynn present in various seminars across the conference days.

Several suppliers will also attend at the seminars, giving attendees the opportunity to speak to representatives from Smart to Move, My Swing, Flightscope and Trackman.

PGA Professionals can find out more about the schedule and speakers by downloading the ‘Danish Teaching & Coaching Conference 2017’ PDF, with registrations being made directly with the PGA of Denmark’s Steffen Jacobsen (steffen@pga.dk). Registrations close Sunday 15th January 2017.

Click here to download ‘Danish Teaching & Coaching Conference 2017’ PDF (1.3MB)

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Tuesday 28th February

Scott Fawcett: Course Management – What is the Decade System?
The DECADE Course Management System, created by Scott Fawcett, has solved golf strategy by combining shot distribution patterns and PGA Tour scoring statistics. When Scott combined those two data sets he created a simple way to optimize target selection. Good players know if a pin is closely guarded by a lake to favor the center of the green – but how much? DECADE quickly generates the optimal target that will produce the lowest score based on distance, hazards, and hole location.

Wednesday 1st March

Mike Adams: Through a series of screens we are able to determine: 01. The student ́s dominant power source. With this information gathered from the screens the instructors are able to develop a Blueprint or road map for each students optimal swing.

ADDITIONAL DAYS

MIKE ADAMS & SCOTT LYNN – BIOSWING MECHANICS LEVEL 2 – UNDERSTANDING AND APPLYING

Tuesday 2nd March

Mike Adams & Scott Lynn: Dr Scott Lynn, Biomechanist, will go into more depth abut Biomechanics. Mike Adams and Scott Lynn discuss how to test each student, to determine whether they are a Glidder, Spinner or Launcher. Understanding the differences and how to determine who will benefit from each power source. We will teach the instructors how to use force plates to determine the optimal lower body movements for each student.

Each instructor will learn how to increase the students club head and ball speed, change the the students angle of attack, path, plane and club face. Understanding the numbers on Trackman(Flight Scope) to determine which numbers match which swing type.

Friday 3rd March

Mike Adams & Scott Lynn: Practical application using the screens and drills to make the students better. On the range with Trackman, Flight Scope, MySwing, Swing Catalyst 3D plates and S2M teaching the teachers how to use these tools to improve their students.

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The PGA of Denmark is the Association for Danish professional golf coaches and players.

The PGA of Denmark was founded in September 1971 by the then approx. 15 professional coaches covering Denmark and teaching Danish amateur golfers. There were then some 25 clubs in Denmark. Today, there are around 188 clubs and over 350 coaches and tour players.

Click Here to Visit the PGA of Denmark’s Member Page