The Player's Club at the Country Club of Vermont
SnowBird Fall Coaching Series
Did your busy summer schedule mean you couldn’t enjoy a Player’s Club on-course coaching session this season? Don’t worry, you have another chance!
The Player’s Club is pleased to announce its first on-course program devoted to “SnowBirds”. If you want to arrive down south with your game in top shape, this is the course for you.
(If you’re not a SnowBird but still want to end the season with a bang, no problem!).
The following topics will be covered: tee shots, fairway and hybrids, short game (including scoring clubs, chipping and pitching), putting and bunkers/trouble shots.
Choose a 4 week session on either Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays (one absence allowed per player). Max. 4 players per session, each 1 ½ hours (approx. 3/4 hour on practice area, ¾ on the course). Min. 3 players per session.
Each Tuesday from Sept 11-Oct. 2; 11 a.m.-1p.m.
Each Wednesday from Sept. 12-Oct. 3; 11:30 – 1:00
Each Thursday from Sept. 13-Oct. 4; 10 – 11:30
So if you have a group that would like to learn together or if you want to sign up as an individual, sign up today. Cost will be $ 300/player (only $ 75/session).
To sign up, contact Jay Cooke at 802-279-9889 phone or text. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Country Club of Vermont has launched The Players Club, an exciting new instructional culture and innovative philosophy dedicated to player development for any level golfer. Our professional staff are coaches, not just swing instructors, committed to the whole player: physical, mental and strategic. We guarantee results because we know that the path to happier players is by them learning to play the game on the golf course, not being stuck on a driving range trying to fix their golf swings.
Year after year our Player’s Club members have produced better scores and even wider smiles. We’ve simplified the game for them, taught them to play with far less stress and encouraged them to take ownership of their own swings, not ones taught to them as a “one swing fits all” theory. From solo coaching sessions for beginners, through year round programs for up and coming juniors, to small group coaching for men and women, through elite training for the avid competitor, CCVT is committed to a player experience like no other.
David Bennett, PGA - General Manager / Director of Golf
Dan Ruane, PGA - Head Golf Professional
Jay Cooke - Director of Instruction
Jay Cooke, Director of
Instruction, is the creator of The Player’s Club, an innovative program
dedicated to players discovering their games by learning on the golf course. He
has recently returned from the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show where he completed certification
courses that will be instrumental in rolling out the new CCVT instructional platform.
His membership and continuing
education in these organizations insures that CCVT members will always be part of the latest player development programs.
The following is a list of Jay’s on-going
certifications and affiliations.
Coaching Group. International association of professional instructors dedicated
to player development on the golf course. RGX coaches specialize in small group
and solo on- course, results-based coaching.
Method is a comprehensive golf improvement system that uses a student’s own
scores to determine how they can play better and have more fun. Designed for
all skills levels, it not only helps determine where improvement is necessary,
but also provides step-by-step directions in exactly what and how to practice.
flourish because the game becomes simplified, they feel liberated because they
play with less stress and typically improve without changing their swings.
Level 4 Wright Balance
An elite group of golf professionals dedicated to
integrating science into their teaching. Wright Balance focusses on alignment
and balance so all players can be confident that their setups and swings compliment
their individual physical abilities.
programs from Pia Nilson and Lynn Marriott, the two highest ranked female
instructors in America. They are well known for their creation of “Human
Skills” that make sure players can perform better on the golf course.