Mitchell Golf Institute | Golf Club Repair Training

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While serving on the PGA National Education Committee 2009-2012, Ed Mitchell contributed the material and helped write the manuals for club performance repair and fitting now used in the PGA Professional Golf Management Education Program. PGA Apprentice Professionals are learning these skills and how to apply them in their teaching program for more comprehensive player development.

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Master Club Performance Technology Schedule & Curriculum +

6-DAY SCHOOL  |  Combines the Club Repair & Assembly School (CRAS) and Club Performance Fitting & Shaft Technology School (CPFST) into one. This premier school provides insight and education on all facets of club performance, repair, and fitting technology. Furthermore, the Master School is the only school students frequency build an entire set of clubs. The concentrated Monday through Saturday schedule saves students travel time, cost, and provides the ideal way to achieve Master Certification. Students will receive a repair & assembly DVD to take home as well. View More »

 

Club Performance Fitting & Shaft Technology Schedule & Curriculum +

4-DAY SCHOOL  |  Teaches club-fitting techniques including the interview, evaluating club specifications, shaft frequency and testing demo clubs from major club manufacturers like Taylor Made, Callaway, Cleveland, Mizuno, Alpha and Swing Science. Students spend majority of time with hands-on work activities in fitting technology lab and outside learning the influences of The 14 Club Performance Numbers. Learn latest design technologies of club heads and demo multiple clubs with varying specifications and shafts. Evaluate club and ball flight data with Flight Scope launch monitor to determine best fitting options. Evaluate your own personal clubs for performance enhancement. Learn putter fitting techniques and their influences on putting results. Learn the popular putting stroke methods. Learn to evaluate data from Tomi putting monitors. Analyze stroke and ball roll results and learn how to determine the best fit. Work with training aids like The Putting Arc and Z Factor Perfect Putting Machine and compare data changes on the putting monitors. Evaluate your own personal putter and make alterations for performance enhancement. View More »

 

Club Repair & Assembly Schedule & Curriculum +

3-DAY SCHOOL  |  Teaches the techniques and skills to properly analyze golf club components. Students work with and learn how to use state-of-the-art club repair equipment from Mitchell Golf's Steelclub® and TourGauge® Angle Machines, Steelclub® Graphite Shaft Pullers, BenchVac Workbench, TourGauge® Swing Weight Scale and Mitchell® Grip Stations. Furthermore, students use all hand tools needed for repairing and assembling today's golf clubs. Students spend majority of time with hands-on work activities in club repair technology lab outfitted like a Tour Van repair shop. Even if you have attended other repair schools or are self taught this school will make you a more efficient professional and profitable repair technician. View More »

 

Larry Baldridge
Director of Instruction
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Ed Mitchell, PGA
Chairman
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Tom Mitchell
CEO
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