The Par Plan was designed to create a day-by-day regimen to show golfers how to improve their game in 30 days.
The first book to offer instruction across three platforms – lessons, video, swing-analysis app – The Par Plan presents a six part blueprint that any golfer can follow. Designed to produce not only maximum but also lasting results, the plan focuses on nine key areas—driving, putting, wedge play, scrambling, iron play, strategy, gear, ball control, and bunker play—in which even small improvement will lead to significantly lower scores. The lessons address singular moves and feels that are easy to digest and that have a positive effect across a wide range of skills.
Golf Magazine and GolfTEC, creators of the book, provide golfers with lesson schedules, targeted on-range and at-home drills and self-assessment tests, as well as access to step-by-step instruction videos at www.golftec.com/parplan. The Par Plan also introduces My Pro To Go, the revolutionary (and free) swing-capture app that allows golfers to analyze their technique to chart their progress.
The architects of this innovative approach to golf instruction, David DeNunzio, Golf Magazine’s Managing Editor for Instruction, and Andy Hilts, GolfTEC’s Vice President of Instruction and Education, demonstrate that video analysis is an essential tool.
“It provides you with facts and truths that your sense of feel or a friend’s eye simply can’t catch. Pros know this, which is why video now dominates Tour practice tees.”
DeNunzio worked closely with Hilts, a PGA Master Professional who has trained more than 1,000 GolfTEC coaches worldwide, to incorporate much of the company’s teaching philosophy into The Par Plan. They recruited Doug Strawbridge and Patrick Nuber to form, along with Hilts, a three-instructor team of GolfTEC pros that have delivered more than 50,000 lessons nation-wide.
The result is an easy-to-follow plan to revolutionize a golfer’s game in thirty days. Good practice days will soon translate into solid rounds as golfers learn how to add yards to their drives, avoid costly mistakes on the putting green and build an arsenal of score-saving swings.
“Golfers don’t need to be shot-making machines in order to reach their target scores,” said DeNunzio. “They just need to have a plan.”
The Par Plan: A Revolutionary System to Shoot Your Best Score in 30 Days is available at all book stores.
Rick Stedman is an avid golfer, RVer, and writer who lives in Olympia, Washington. Rick writes a golf column, “The RV Golfer,” which is published every month in rvlife.com. He can be reached at email@example.com.