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Golf improvement programs Kerry

How was your golfing year?

Well, how was it for you this year? Where you able to achieve all your 2017 golfing goals? Handicap reduction, captains prize, national title? If not, why not? Did you not enroll on a Golf improvement programs Kerry?

I’ve personally played the least amount of golf this year since I first started on this crazy journey way back in 1988 and for very good reason, I’ve been too busy helping everybody else achieve their goals! Plenty of early mornings and late evenings have seen the stable showcase their talents at club, county, provincial, national and international levels.

Work hard, Play hard

Trophies aplenty, including –
17 club competition wins
County Kerry Boys championship
Co Kerry Girls championships
Kerry Boys league
Provincial Munster Fred Daly Plate
Munster Ladies Senior cup
Munster Ladies Senior Foursomes
Leinster Ladies Championship
Ireland Mens Junior Cup
All Ireland Ladies Senior Cup
All Ireland Ladies Senior Foursomes
Irish Girls Champion
Ladies Home Internationals
2 Hole in ones and a 2 year scholarship to the US
But after all that, the coaching achievement that I am most proud of this year comes from a new and hopefully one time student, JC from Tralee. JC is not a golfer at all, but quite an accomplished Pitch & Putt player –

”Hi Mark, just to let you know that I can’t thank you enough for our last lesson. It’s been 3 months and I haven’t shanked a wedge since. I’m in the match play final and a lot more confident, thanks”.

So if you have any unfulfilled golfing goals look to improve one area of your game that will make a difference or give me a call to discuss starting on a long term improvement plan, Spring 2018 is only just around the corner! Consider breaking your golfing goals down into long term, medium term and short term.

‘Remember that hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard’

Golf improvement programs Kerry


Originally from Shropshire, England Mark has been based in Killarney, Co Kerry, South West Ireland since 2002 and is Head Professional at Killarney Golf & Fishing Club. Mark coaches players of all ages and abilities, helping students to utilise their natural abilities so they can consistently shoot lower scores and become better golfers.