GUIDING BEGINNERS IN PLAYING THE GAME OF GOLF
OPERATION 36 uses the most effective development model and technology to introduce and guide beginners in playing the game of golf. The program pairs technology with a well developed curriculum that consists of playing, training and
All Operation 36 students start the playing component at 25 yards and are able to advance when they are able to shoot a 36 or better. Classes are broke into semesters and meet weekly.
PROGRESSING YOUNG GOLFERS TOWARDS PAR OR BETTER ON AND OFF THE COURSE
The Imel Group Golf Academy uses the Operation 36 framework to structure the program. It consists of coaching, playing and training programs and is designed to teach golfers to play the game from a hole out perspective. The performance academy is designed for players that want to take their game to the next level.
LEARN THE GAME
Golfers can accelerate skill development by training alongside a coach who sets up a structured and efficient practice session. Supervised practice will consist of drills that are block and random. These will be done in a fun competitive environment, simulating on course situations.
OPERATION 36 MATCHES
TEST YOUR SKILLS
The Operation 36 Matches challenge golfers to shoot the score of 36 for 9 holes from different yardage divisions on the course. Matches are where we take our acquired skills to the course and see how we perform under pressure. The is the process of learning to play golf.