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About

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About this website.

This is not the website of golf professional Scott Currie - it is a model of a  standard which I believe should be adopted by all Bitesize Golf Professional. 

My name is Alan, I am a good friend of Scott Currie who is a golf professional in Manchester. I am Community Guardian (BA019) and I am a Digital Champion for Manchester City Council, I have known David Gosling since 2006 when he was with Young Masters Golf, (YMG). 

When requested I help Scott with his IT - it is good to see that Scott has started to develop his own website. It is good to see that Scott is now Facebook and Twitter active too.. 
 
From what I can see most golf professionals do not want to communicate on the www, David Gosling of Bitesize Golf is an exception, he sees value in it to his community. It is to his Bitesize community which I direct this comment. I like Davids efforts and ethics.

I believe that as a golf professional you should have a CMS web site, which this is an example, and communicate to your community on a regular basis. I have demonstrated on this site that there are now web site builders, like Wix, available where you can easily develop your own stuff and with cloud computing you can implement on-line forms which will populate cloud based spreadsheets. Having a page on your club website is clearly not enough.

So get active - do not be a passive professional, golf is in a decline - reverse that trend.

If you require support setting up your own CMS site then contact Scott (for a small fee we can support you with your Wix site development)  - they will forward you my E'mail address.

Get SEO Savvy today - Book a lesson with Scott Currie..


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07/03/2016 

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Medigolf

Medigolf is an innovation in the keeping of training records.

 

Each player needs to nominate his home pro.

 

Note: Other professionals can then access the records and update them.

 

It is intended that MediGolf records are maintained by societies and that group assessment will play a major part of the golfers progression. 

Medigolf

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Online Golf Lessons

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Scott On the Web

A Frameset has been created for you - this is where you can sign in and code your training thoughts - programmes:
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Scott on the web

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Scott Currie On The Web

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Work In Progress

Scott has now started to develop his own Wix site - so watch this space.

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You will see references here to a Jam website - this was a standard that I adopted before WiX came along. It is unique that it is a single page website tht has good functionality and a style of it's own. It is a reminder to me that we did this work - the advantage of WIX is that they do not initialise it after the evaluation period is over. I stromgly recommend Wix on longevity.

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Coaching A Scratch Golfer

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Coaching Ben Currie - BramIT

Lesson 1 - April : The Grip / The Golf Swing / Safety
Lesson 2 - May : The Short Put / Putting Drills
Lesson 3 - June : The Breaking Long Put / Putting Drills
Lesson 4 - July : Bunker Drills
Lesson 5 - August : Chipping
Lesson 6 - September : Pitching
Lesson 7 - October : Getting Up and Down - The Book
Lesson 8 - November : Introduction to David Peltz 
Lesson 9 - December : Golf Rules Recap - A Fair Drop
Lesson 10 - January - The Take Away
Lesson 11 - February - The Back Swing
Lesson 12 - March - The Hitting Zone / Follow through

Coaching A New Starter

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New Starter

1. Grip
2. Stance
3, The Full Swing
4. The Take Away
5 The Back Swing 
6 The Swing Plane
7 Starting the downswing
8 The Hitting Zone / The club face / Path
9 The Follow Through
10 Knowing The Slice
11 Knowing The Draw
12 Backspin
13 Golf Etiquette
14 The Rules of Golf

Coaching The Experienced Golfer

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Journeyman

1 Review of procedures for the new golfer
2. Exposure to teaching the scratch golfer
3. Fault Analysis and fixture
4 Bespoke Training depending on golfer expectations
5 Getting fit for golf
6 A winter health program
7 Stamina
8 Healthy Eating
9 Playing Strategy - Planning your game
10 Stroke Play
11 Match Play
12 Yardages

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Scott On the Web

A Frameset has been created for you - this is where you can sign in and code your training thoughts - programmes:
Password : infonet

Coaching The Experienced Golfer

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Journeyman

1 Review of procedures for the new golfer
2. Exposure to teaching the scratch golfer
3. Fault Analysis and fixture
4 Bespoke Training depending on golfer expectations
5 Getting fit for golf
6 A winter health program
7 Stamina
8 Healthy Eating
9 Playing Strategy - Planning your game
10 Stroke Play
11 Match Play
12 Yardages

Coaching A Scratch Golfer

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

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Coaching Ben Currie - BramIT

Lesson 1 - April : The Grip / The Golf Swing / Safety
Lesson 2 - May : The Short Put / Putting Drills
Lesson 3 - June : The Breaking Long Put / Putting Drills
Lesson 4 - July : Bunker Drills
Lesson 5 - August : Chipping
Lesson 6 - September : Pitching
Lesson 7 - October : Getting Up and Down - The Book
Lesson 8 - November : Introduction to David Peltz 
Lesson 9 - December : Golf Rules Recap - A Fair Drop
Lesson 10 - January - The Take Away
Lesson 11 - February - The Back Swing
Lesson 12 - March - The Hitting Zone / Follow through

Coaching A New Starter

Rich sticky notes

New Starter

1. Grip
2. Stance
3, The Full Swing
4. The Take Away
5 The Back Swing 
6 The Swing Plane
7 Starting the downswing
8 The Hitting Zone / The club face / Path
9 The Follow Through
10 Knowing The Slice
11 Knowing The Draw
12 Backspin
13 Golf Etiquette
14 The Rules of Golf