It seems like everybody in fix it golf is running some sort of webinar. Why not attend a golf webinar to improve your game? There are benefits to attending an event whether it is live or not.
For example, a live webinar will allow you to ask questions related to your own ball flight and the Professional/Instructor/Moderator will answer your specific question!
If you are watching a replay, it is at your convenience of when and where you watch and learn. Plus you can back it up if you do not understand something… WIN!
What Is A Golf Webinar?
The term basically comes from talking about the topic of the game of golf and the swing. Webinar comes from a seminar that you watch on the world wide web. So… put together web and seminar and you get WEBINAR!
You can look at it as an online golf class or an online golf clinic. There are various formats and topics to cover.
Let’s discuss some here:
Golf Swing Coaching Webinar Formats
Talk Show – Some webinars may take the format of a television show. For example, they may have a weekly guest that they ask various swing questions to and have them demonstrate different swing ideas to the audience.
Q & A – This is my favorite golf webinar format because it seems to be different every single time. The audience gets to ask swing questions and the golf instructor/coach answers each question.
Even if you are not the one asking the direct question, you may be able to glean some useful information to help you with your game.
A clear word of warning, though… the swing info needs to match with what you are attempting to accomplish in your swing. If not, the results could be bad… very bad.
Presentation – In this golf webinar format, an instructor will basically give a presentation on the swing or another aspect of the game.
They will typically take a couple of questions at the end. They could even have a couple of planted swing questions to answer after the webinar presentation.
Some golf webinars are just a verbal presentation or depending on the topic, done through PowerPoint or something similar.
Golf Swing Webinars: What Are The Topics
As you can imagine, with golfers looking for all kinds of answers for a quick fix for their swing, topics that can be covered in golf webinars are endless. Here are a few examples of what you might find in a webinar but are not limited to:
Ladies Golf Webinar
This could be a conversation specific to ladies equipment, balls, practice routines, dress codes and any other ladies specific topic.
Junior Golf Webinar
This golf webinar could be a conversation about practice tips, practice games, how much time should be allotted to practice versus playing, how often should my junior be playing golf, etc.
Webinar: Increase Your Driver Speed Today!
Most players do not understand where club speed comes from or even where the speed should happen in the swing.
Webinar: Speed Is Not The Only Way To Hit Your Irons Longer
Every player loves to talk about speed. However, speed is only one facet that determines distance there are several more. Join us to learn more.
Webinar: How To Make ALL Of Your Short Putts
This could be a demonstration on what dictates what makes a player a good short putter.
Webinar: Stop 3 Putting And Control Your Speed
Most three putts are caused by hitting the ball too far or short of the hole on the first putt and not missing it too far right or left. A player has to have control of their putting speed in order to not three put and shoot good scores.
Webinar: For Seniors
This webinar could be a conversation about tips and tactics to make the swing easier and less painful while still producing predictable ball flight patterns.
Golf Game Webinar: For Free
As of the writing of this article, many golf webinars are free to attend. Most are an open questions and answer session. Many golfers have the same type of questions about their ball flight or swing.
Conclusions On Using Webinars
No matter your skill level with your current swing, you can always pick up some good information or confirm some thoughts that you have about the golf swing through a golf webinar.
You do not have to agree with everything that is being presented. However, you can challenge yourself and your thinking.
You are ultimately in charge of your golf swing and the information that you use to improve it.
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As long as you are respectful, The presenter should welcome questions so you gain a complete understanding of the thought or concept that they are trying to present.