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Welcome to Spring!

Finally we have reached the spring here in Chicago, the Master's is next week and the course here at Skokie CC is shaping up well from the regrassing project.  It has been a very productive and busy winter with training players and traveling around the country learning from industry leading professionals. 

Looking forward to a great summer!

Daniel Gray, PGA
Teaching Professional
Skokie Country Club

There will be a several different programs running throughout the spring and summer for adults to juniors.

Adult Programs
Men's and Ladies On Course Group Practice Sessions
Men's and Ladies Group Practice Sessions
Men's and Ladies Summer Individual Programs
Ladies Two Day Golf Schools

Youth Programs
College Prep Program (9th-12th grade)
High School Prep Program (6th-8th grade)
Youth Prep Program (4th-6th grade)
There are many things that are misunderstood in the golf swing, but lower body function and ground machines are where most players could benefit from a better understanding.  Lower body ground mechanics are ever present in tour swings and competitive amateurs, but when we get to mid to even lower handicap players they seem to think that a “quiet lower body” will help them become more accurate or consistent.  Here in lies he misunderstanding and thus the loss of control and distance. Let’s take a further look into lower body mechanics and also how we use the ground.  To read the full article click the following link.
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Youth Development Intern
I am excited to hire Jack Ramsett as a Youth Player Development intern for the 2016 summer. Jack will be assisting me in the High School Prep Programs during the 2016 summer, but his main focus will be the Youth Prep Program. Jack is a member of the Methodist University golf team and has a serious passion for golf instruction.  See the following link for more details on the program and contact Daniel with questions.
Youth Prep Program Details
The Measured Practice program was built out of necessity to help coaches, instructors, and players understand their games at a deeper level, assess weaknesses, and quantify practice sessions.  This program measured in a strokes gained and lost method and allows coaches and instructors to manage their players and assign very specific practice sessions for the player to complete and record the results of so that the coach can make more informed  and accurate decisions about where to progress in the players development.  Website will release spring 2016.

If you have interest in testing this program please contact me and we can set up an account for you.
Winter Activity

- Traveled to Orlando,FL to attend Open Forum and Michael Jacobs 3D seminar

- Traveled to Hilton Head, SC to attend Coaches Camp with Andrew Rice, Joe Mayo, Dana Dahlquist, and Martin Chuck

- Hosted Scott Fedisin, Sea Island Fitness Professional and PGA Tour Fitness Professional at Skokie CC to work with students, also hosted an IPGA seminar with Scott for local IPGA professionals

- Traveled to Dallas, TX to spend time with Dr. Young Kwon, Biomachanics professor at Texas Women's University
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