Thanks to Skillest: May 2022 GolfBlogger Patron

Thanks to Skillest: May 2022 GolfBlogger Patron

One of the things I’ve learned as a public school teacher over the pandemic years is that it is possible to get a quality education in a virtual environment.

There are, however, some conditions: First, you need motivated students. Second, teachers should provide short, digestible lessons. Third, students need time to practice the skills taught, or to work on reinforcing activities. Fourth, students need the opportunity to review the lessons as needed, even when the teacher is not present. And finally, there should be regular reviews of progress.

Skillest, the #1 online golf lessons and coaching platform meets all of those criteria.

The first is easiest: if a student is on Skillest, they are by definition motivated to get better at golf.

Second, Skillest lets golf students upload swing videos and receive detailed and specific lessons that include feedback, drills and demonstrations.

Third, once receiving the lessons, Skillest students can practice at their leisure. The app does not care when the practice occurs.

Fourth, if a lesson needs to be reviewed, the golf student just needs to pick up their phone. Lessons can be reviewed at any time and Skillest students can go back as far as needed for refreshers.

And finally, when ready, golfers can upload another video for their next lesson and follow up.

Adding to the value is a free golf swing analyzer lets students record and analyze their swings between lessons. Questions? Chat with your instructor. Need more immediate instruction? Live Zoom is available.

If only online public education was in as neat a package.

Give Skillest a try.

I’d also thank Members of the Gallery for supporting the blog with their $3 a month contributions:

  • Steve
  • David
  • John
  • Jim (@14chipp on Twitter)

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