It makes no difference to me how good you are.
What matters to me is how we can get you playing your best
and constantly get better!
I WANT TO MAKE GOLF EASIER FOR YOU.
So that you are constantly getting better.
Become the golfer you always wanted to be.
If you are looking for golf lessons in Northern Ireland, then pop along to see Chris Jelly at the Laganview Golf Centre between Belfast and Lisburn or The Barry Hamill Driving Range between Dungannon and Cookstown. Chris is one of the most sought after young golf coaches in Ireland. He coaches the Irish Girls Team and is Golfing Union of Ireland Ulster Provincial Coach.
Chris is available for lessons, at times which accommodates every working lifestyle and encourages post lesson communication to ensure maximum understanding and enhanced progression.
Mondays at The Barry Hamill Driving range near Cookstown from 2pm until 9pm
Tuesday to Thursday at The Laganview Golf Centre near Lisburn from 10am until 9pm
Friday at The Laganview Golf Centre near Lisburn from 10am until 6pm.
Book online here.
If the above times do not suit, or for a lesson on a Saturday, please contact Chris directly on 07703 724 424.
I want to make the game easier for you.
My philosophy is to develop the person as well as the golfer through continuous learning and personal development plans that will help the golfer.
I aim to create a positive learning environment, where care, respect, coaching with inspiration, a growth mindset and hard work that will make an actual difference that will help golfers of all abilities reach their full potential..
The sole purpose of the golf swing is to produce a better and improving impact position. It is more important to gain repitition to your swing rather than employ a cosmetic method.
Chris is willing to go the extra mile for his students to help their performance in any way possible. Olivia Mehaffey – World Ladies Amateur Number 3
You need a golf coach, not a golf instructor.
Every golfer wants to improve, but most of those golfers are uncertain as to how they can do it. That’s why they spend thousands of pounds on new golf equipment and training aids each year in hopes of lowering their scores.
If you find yourself always buying the latest technology you need to rethink that strategy immediately! The secret to lowering your scores is to find a program that will help you do so.
The objective of being a coach instead of an instructor is to simply coach! The biggest difference between an instructor and a coach is that coaches develop game plans, work on all areas of the game, talk strategy, effective practice routines, improve focus and assist golfers on a permanent basis, among other things. These coaching plans are monthly-to-yearly developments targeted toward serious golfers who want to make lasting changes. That’s why the golf instructor will not always be your ticket to improvement. It can be hard to know which instructors are just teaching the basics of golf and which instructors have fully dedicated themselves to helping golfers improve.
Three reasons why your golf coach needs Trackman or Flightscope rather than a less expensive launch monitor.
ANGLE OF ATTACK
The single most important number to maximise your distance. Improving your Angle of Attack can easily add 20 yards to your drive. (Assuming the ball has been struck in the centre of the clubhead.
Low point control is just as important to hitting the ball sweetly as hitting the ball in the centre of the clubface. Your low point with an iron should be 2-4 ins in front of the ball. Train this into your golf for guaranteed improved results.
CLUB PATH AND FACE ANGLE
A well struck ball will always leave the clubface close to the direction it was facing at impact, then change direction relative to the differential between the club path and face angle. A good golf coach will help you to understand this critical information and make adjustments.
Your coach needs Trackman or Flightscope to provide this data.