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3-Day Setup 4 Impact golf school info page.



Sanford Golf course

600 Golf course lane

Sanford, NC 27330




Closest Airports

Raleigh-Durham (RDU) International



If you have not yet booked a hotel the recommended Hotels are:

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Sanford, and Comfort Suites Sanford,

Both are about 10 minutes from the golf course and close to restaurants.

Pinehurst/Southern Pines is about 20 to 25 minutes away and has many good hotels.



Tony and I will be looking for you when you arrive at the golf club. Parking is right by the clubhouse and the practice area is around 100 yards away.


More info

There are very limited food and drink choices available at the golf club. We will have bottled water available through the school.

We will be going to a local restaurant each day around 12:30 for lunch. We will try to pair up with two or three people per car for the trip to lunch. So if you do not have a car at the golf club it is no problem.

Sunscreen is also recommended as well as hats as the sun can be quite strong and we will be outside for many hours. Typically I would expect temperatures between 75 to 80 degrees in late April.

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.


Membership and Video submission

If you do not have a login to the membership section of the website please contact me and I will set up your lifetime membership account at no extra charge. This is included in the price of the school. This will also serve as insurance that you can fall back on as nobody can remember all the info presented at the school. When you refer back to the website after the school it will make even more sense to you. Plus you will always have the ability to submit videos after the school for my review at no extra charge.

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.



Normal schedule Friday 9 AM to 4 PM (often a half hour or so more depending on the group), Saturday 9 AM to 3 PM, Sunday 9 AM to 2 PM. (end times are approximate based on past schools. Schools with 10 people could go longer, with 7 or fewer people shorter)

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 under the heading “Start Here - Learning the Setup 4 Impact Golf swing” and then choose Path 1. 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.

The main instruction for the school is finished by Sunday at lunchtime. After lunch is spent reviewing, and making sure that each individual knows exactly what they need to do after the school is finished. We will also spend time making sure that every question has been answered and fine-tuning what you have learned. Some people often leave after lunch to catch flights so if you are in that boat you will not miss any important points. The schedule can change due to weather so some schedule juggling can occur.

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 of me about the method before you get to the school so as to make sure that all are answered.

As stated when you signed up there are only five participants in the school as I want to provide the best school experience possible for each of you.

Contact Kirk at any time through learninggolf.tv@gmail.com