Golf Trade Show confirms TCC timetable

The Golf Trade Show 2015 has announced the final agenda for the Teaching and Coaching Conference (TCC), which will feature four individual presentations delivered by keynote speakers, PGA master professional Martin Hall and Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) co-founder, Dr Greg Rose (pictured).

The finale to Europe’s largest golf retail and education event, taking place on 8 October at the Harrogate International Centre, commences with the first of two 60-minute sessions led by Martin Hall on ‘Faults and Fixes’, providing insight into fixing the most common errors golfers make. The Golf Channel’s School of Golf presenter will then return to the TCC stage to deliver ‘Teaching with Technology: The Good, Bad and Ugly’, focusing on the use of technology in teaching and how to incorporate it within lessons.

Dr Greg Rose, a certified doctor of chiropractic, will also take to the stage twice with two 60-minutes seminars entitled ‘Secrets to Unlock Power’ and ‘Teaching Around Body-Swing Connections’. Delegates can expect to learn about the four main sources of power in the body and how this is intrinsically linked to maximising the impact of an individual’s golf swing in Dr Rose’s first session; and recognising common body-swing connections that directly inhibit performance and how simple techniques can help golfers achieve a swing that matches their physical abilities, in the second.

David Colclough, PGA head of member education, said, “The Teaching and Coaching Conference is designed to provide a unique opportunity for PGA professionals to learn from some of the industry’s most revered experts and for the first time in 2015 we welcome two keynotes to headline the event. Greg and Martin have both gained a considerable amount of success working with golfers of all standards and delegates will gain a real insight into techniques employed by them, which can help make their coaching more effective, and ultimately more profitable.”

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