Welcome to the Links Golf School
Whether you are a beginner or an advanced golf player, our golf school tutorial breaks at the Links Golf School will offer you the most complete opportunity to relax, unwind and more importantly learn a little more about this humbling game!
Our aim is to help each pupil learn about their own individual technique, highlighting their qualities and extracting areas where their swing may break down.
Encouraging individuals of different levels of ability to progress at their own pace in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Having worked closely with golfers of all standards we can confidently say that our venue and tuition programme will ensure you experience both an enjoyable and beneficial break.
"I have really enjoyed meeting both new and previous clients, working on all aspects of their game. As this will be our last season with a full calendar of schools, please take this opportunity to attend and take full advantage of all we have to offer. This season's calendar offers seven 3-Day schools, so please take this opportunity to enjoy some fabulous golf and improve your techniques.
You are assured of a warm welcome and top quality coaching"
More Success for Former Student
Following successes in the HNA Open de France where Nathan finished 17th after a first round of 66, tied 30th in the Nordea Masters and made the last 32 in the Paul Lawrie Matchplay, Germany, Nathan went on to further success in the Australian PGA Championship, finishing joint 9th where he was the highest English finisher in the tournament.
Former student Nathan Kimsey has had more successes in the Qatar Masters in 2016 and also the Hong Kong Open Read more HERE
The Links Golf School - Head Coach
John Cornelius, is a highly successful and popular golf coach who tutored a young Helen Dobson from the tender age of 9 years to a 15 year old scratch golfer.
The 1989 English Ladies Amateur Champion established herself as one of the leading players on the United States LPGA Tour. John's influence and 'easy to follow' technique will guarantee results.
Many thanks and a massive thank you for three great days tuition.... I am sure it wasn’t easy for you with all the mixed abilities and a lot of patience was required on your part!
I hope the next time we meet we will have embraced all of your wonderful tips and will be better players...Nikki Bishop
2 Chip Shots
Unless you are attempting to play a very high or low shot, the ball should be positioned in the centre of the stance. Allow the loft of the club to dictate the trajectory of the shot and try to develop a simple action which you can repeat regardless of the club used.