Me and My Golf Announce Free Online Coaching Program


Me and My Golf has announced the launch of a new initiative to bring more golfers into the game by offering free online lessons to 1 million beginners over the next 5 years.

PGA coaches Piers Ward and Andy Proudman – the team behind Me and My Golf – launched their new initiative, Mission to a Million, at the 150th Open Championship at the Adidas Open House at Fairmont, St Andrews, and comes following the launch of their most recent announcement of their golf training aid products.

Adidas has joined as a presenting partner of Mission to a Million, to ensure the campaign can reach as many potential golfers around the world as possible. Mission to a Million is the first program of its kind that aims to stimulate the participation of newcomers to the sport via online coaching.

As part of the campaign, Me And My Golf has made its groundbreaking digital coaching plan “How To Play Golf Level 1 – The Basics” (RRP $99) available to beginner golfers completely free of charge, in addition to a range events, campaigns and initiatives will be announced during the campaign period.

Piers Ward said: “Mission to a Million is one of our ways of giving back to the sport that has given us so much. Over the past two years golf has seen an explosion in popularity, but we know there are so many more potential golfers who want to get started but may not have the time, resources or confidence. to begin their journey into traditional golf. way.”

Andy Proudman added: “We believe our How To Play Golf Level 1 – The Basics course is the perfect starting point for any aspiring golfer, as these online lessons are flexible, can be practiced virtually anywhere in the world and course, are free. . All you need is an internet connection, a golf club and a space to practice.

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“Our course helps beginners overcome any potential intimidation they may feel at first by giving them the simplest and most effective exercises and concepts they need to get started, then letting them learn and practice in their own way. We believe this is crucial to keeping new golfers in the sport for years, if not decades, to come.

Chris Hedderman, Head of Marketing at adidas Golf, said: “As a brand, we want to play our part in inspiring newcomers to the sport. Golf has always faced the challenges of archaic stereotypes, but in recent years we have seen a seismic change of a new era of golfers. It’s great to join Piers and Andy and the Me And My Golf team and we look forward to working closely together on the project.”

‘How To Play Golf Level 1 – The Basics’ is an online coaching program that aims to have participants hitting golf balls with confidence and consistency after just 4 weeks, teaching them:

  • How to Hold and Grip a Golf Club
  • How to create the correct position and posture
  • How to swing the golf club
  • How to produce a consistent strike
  • Key equipment needed
  • How to Hit High and Straight Golf Shots

How to play golf – The basics are accessible free of charge via: a million


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