Golf Level 2 Certification

TPI’s Golf 2 class builds on the Body-Swing Connection™ taught in Level 1 by linking the Body-Swing Connection™ to the actual flight of the golf ball. Using the power of TPI’s research on over 1,000 Tour professionals, students learn insights into what the best golfers in the world do and how it can help them become a better golf coach. This course is designed for serious golf instructors who desire to be at the forefront of how golf is taught at the highest levels.

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ONLINE CLASS OUTLINE

The Science of Ball-Flight

Learn how to use the latest technology to help your students hit the ball further and straighter than ever before. Dave Phillips and Dr. Greg Rose discuss the mechanics of ball-flight, clearly define the 13 potential ball flights and use advanced visual graphics to explain what makes the golf ball move in various directions. Learn how to control and manipulate ball-flight with a deeper understanding ball-flight mechanics.

Teaching Around Physical Limitations

Learn how to teach around the limitations found in the TPI Level 1 assessment screen by looking closely at trail hip, lead hip, thoracic spine and trail & lead shoulders.

Wedges

Taught by short-game guru James Sieckmann, James describes why the wedge swing is completely different from the full swing and how to teach wedge mechanics to golfers at any skill level. James covers 3D biomechanics of the short-game, chipping, pitching, distance wedges and a variety of specialty shots around the green.

Putting

Dave Phillips takes students through the art and science of putting. Learn how to evaluate a player’s putting skills, green reading, starting the ball on line, speed control, practice programs and equipment.

Visual Assessment

Dr. Rose discusses the role of vision and how the eyes can influence the game. He shows how characteristics like eye dominance or depth perception can dramatically alter putting and full swing mechanics.

Practice Principles

Dr. Rose shares practical strategies proven to accelerate a student’s learning and enhance the transfer of skills to the golf course. Understanding the science of motor learning and how to apply these skills to lesson programs is one of the most important factors in creating a successful teaching plan.

Online Class Language Translations (Closed Captions)

SpanishSpanish

KoreanKorean

FrenchFrench

JapaneseJapanese

Live Q+A

Active TPI Golf 2 and Golf 3 Certified members (or individuals who have purchased the Golf 2 online class) can participate in live Q+A sessions with TPI golf instructors.

Live Q+A sessions give participants the opportunity to submit questions to TPI instructors in advance or during the live session directly. TPI’s golf instructors are available to answer any questions on golf instruction, the golf 2 online class, the business of running a golf clinic or any other golf related topic.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

LPGA
LPGA
LPGA Members may claim a total of 8 Non-LPGA Continuing Education Units for participating in this approved program. CEU submissions must be accompanied with a Certificate of Completion.

PGA Professionals (Great Britain & Ireland)
PGA of GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND
PGA Professionals (Great Britain & Ireland) will be credited with 60 CPD points as part of the PGA’s Member Education Programme (50 CPD points for the online course and 10 CPD points for successfully passing the test). A Certificate of Completion and confirmation of assessment must accompany any application for CPD points.
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MAJOR / MINOR REQUIREMENTS

To receive Golf 2 Certification as a Major designation:

  • Student must be in engaged in the business of golf instruction (PGA Certification, College or Team Coach, Assistant Golf Professional)
  • Level 1 Certification
  • Successfully pass the Golf 2 examination

To Declare Golf as a Minor:

  • Level 1 Certification
  • Successfully pass the Golf 2 examination

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