3-Day Setup 4 Impact golf schools - West Palm Beach, Florida



The Village Golf Club

122 country club dr.

Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411



Closest Airports

Palm Beach International (PBI) 12 miles from the golf course. 25-minute drive.

Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport (FLL) 58 miles from the golf course - One hour drive.

Miami International Airport. (MIA) 75 miles from the golf course. Eighty-minute drive.



From either the Florida Turnpike or I-95 you would exit at Okeechobee Rd. and drive west into Royal Palm Beach, You would turn right (North) on Royal Palm Beach, Blvd, and ½ mile up turn right onto Country club drive.



I use Airbnb very often when I travel and there are many options available in the area around the golf course. You can save money on your first stay by Clicking Here

You can enter the dates down below in the search box above the map and see the prices for the entire stay right on the map. Then choose which hotel from there. Downtown West Palm Beach is only around 20 minutes from the golf course. Also two of the closest options are below.

Royal Inn Hotel - Royal Palm Beach - Less expensive and not as nice as most other options but is closest to the golf course. 8 minutes. https://www.royalinnhotel.com

Southern Palm Bed and Breakfast - 13 minutes from golf club. http://southernpalmbandb.com


More will be added in the future. Please contact Kirk with any questions.


Okeechobee Steak house is very popular and between the Golf course and downtown West Palm Beach.

Wellington on the Green Mall area has many very good restaurants.

PGA Blvd area restaurants, The Cooper - Spoto's Oyster Bar, Capital Grill, Cool'A Fishbar, Rocco's Tacos, J. Alexanders, Outback, Coolinary Cafe, plus many more to be added. The Cooper and Coolinary Cafe are my two favorites.

City Place area in downtown West Palm Beach also has many very good Restaurants.




When you pull in to the golf club the bag drop is on the right and the parking lot on the left. You can leave your clubs at the bag drop. Just tell the attendant that you are there for the school with Kirk. You can also see the range from the bag drop as where we will be practicing is only about 50 yards from there. I will also be looking for you on the first day to help.


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There is a bar and grill available right there at the club with water, soft drinks and a typical menu of burgers, sandwiches, soup, etc. We will take a lunch break each day around 12:30. There is also a cooler with ice, and water where you can fill up with free water.

Sunscreen is also recommended as well as hats as the sun can be quite strong any time of year.

If you only wanted to bring a few clubs then that is also okay. In that case I would recommend Putter, SW, 9iron, 7iron, Rescue, FW wood, Driver, and any other clubs you would like to use.


The normal schedule has the school beginning at 9 AM. Typically we practice until around 4 PM but this can vary for each group. Sometimes we are done by 3 PM, and other times it is 4:30. The last day of schools is normally done about an hour or more earlier. Schools, where we go on the golf course in the afternoon, may also finish later for obvious reasons. Learn and play schools, and alumni schools may finish between 5 PM and 6 PM  on days that include 18 holes of golf each afternoon. Those needing to leave earlier for a flight on the last day can always leave earlier. Finishing times are approximate based on past schools. Schools with 5 people could go longer, with 4 or fewer people slightly shorter)

Unless I contact you before the school I plan on starting at 9 AM each day. It is helpful for most people before the school to review the grip, setup, impact and drills videos. These are located under the member’s menu on this website.  It is not a must to know the drills though as some people prefer to make sure they do everything perfect from the beginning. It will work fine either way. There is a lot of free info in my Youtube videos as well.

The main instruction for the normal 3-day schools are finished by lunch time on the last day. After lunch we spend a lot of time reviewing, and working on drills. Some people choose to leave to catch a flight so that they can get home on Sunday night and work on Monday. This is fine, just let me know the day before.

This will not be a golf ball beating experience. It is about learning step by step how to setup and move properly. So we will be doing a lot of drills with slower swings and some without even hitting golf balls. Once you feel comfortable with each drill we are working on you should take a break and sit down and make some notes if you like, or just relax. We will also cover Putting, Chipping, Pitching, and Bunker shots during the school, as well as all clubs you need in a round of golf like the Driver, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, and wedges.

You can also write down some questions you may have about the method before you get to the school so as to make sure that all are answered.

My main goal with the schools is to make sure that you know what you need to do going forward to improve your golf game. How to do the drills properly, how to practice, and also how to submit videos to me after the school.

Please let me know anytime you have a question during the school. It is important to me that every question is answered so that you have no doubt as to what you need to do moving forward after the school. If you find yourself getting frustrated during the school then let me know, or take a break and sit down for a few minutes.

If possible please have the V1 golf app (not V1 pro) on your phone, or tablet. It is free on Apple, and Android devices. If you do not have either it is okay. I will be showing step by step how to use this very valuable technology.

Contact Kirk at any time through learninggolf.tv ((at sign @)) gmail.com or the contact form below




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