BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. -- "The Impact Zone Training System by Impact Zone Golf," the innovative approach to golf instruction created by acclaimed PGA Tour winner and popular television golf analyst Bobby Clampett, has launched its new online Teacher Certification Program.
Clampett, who begins his fourth season on the Champions Tour, founded Impact Zone Golf in 2009, largely in response to golf professionals who wanted to teach the system, as well as golfers who inquired about taking lessons, based on what they learned in his book, "The Impact Zone."
"The reaction to our new system of teaching has been amazing," Clampett said, "so we want to take the opportunity to meet the desire of so many professionals who want to join our mission to revolutionize the way the game is taught and learned."
"The Impact Zone Training System" completely changes the way golfers and instructors perceive and interpret each golfer's swing. Clampett challenges the widely accepted theory of golf instruction that is too concerned with a golfer's swing style, while overlooking its results and effectiveness. "Impact-based" instruction puts the emphasis where it should be, Clampett professes: on consistently good shots and lower scores.
During the PGA Show - where Clampett is making a hugely successful debut - both the Basic Certification Program and the Advanced Level I Program are available at a reduced registration fee at www.impactzonegolf.com
The Basic Certification Program includes standard certifications for Impact Zone Instructor, Impact Zone Coach, Impact Zone Associate Instructor and Impact Zone Associate coach. Only those who have completed the Basic Certification Program are qualified to take the Advanced Level I Program.
For complete details about The Impact Zone Teacher Certification Program, visit www.impactzonegolf.com (Instructors & Coaches link).
Impact Zone Golf® is a registered trademark, and Impact Zone™ and Impact-Based™ are trademarks of Impact Zone Enterprises, LLC.
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