Tour School

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January 20-22
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Here's Why Touring Professionals Play Incredible Golf

From on-course instruction to mental coaching to personalized guidance from Teaching Professionals- Tour Pros all have one thing in common: a pre-game that ensures success. Now, we’re bringing that level of preparation to you with our “Tour School,” designed for all levels of golfer. Taught by PGA Tour Veteran and Renowned Golf Commentator Bobby Clampett, along with award-winning Nashville instructor Virgil Herring, this school will provide you with cutting-edge technology and everything you need to start playing the best golf of your life. Find all the details below!

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About Bobby Clampett

A PGA Tour Life Member and popular television golf broadcaster, Bobby Clampett is well-known within golf’s inner circles as both an avid student of the game and an exceptional teacher.

Somewhat of a “Renaissance Man,” Clampett’s varied interests have led him from playing golf courses to helping design them, as well as from the TV booth to the bookstores, as the successful author of The Impact Zone.  An avid snow skier and life-long pilot with over 5,000 hours (his father was a two-time National Air Race Champion), Clampett has discovered another new passion a bit more down to earth: as a winemaker. Clampett Cellars announced its first two wines varietals, both red blends, in 2010, added three more, and will be announcing more new wines later in 2016.

Clampett established his golf resume as a champion competitor, winning at the amateur, collegiate and tour professional levels – actually notching his first victory against tour professionals as a 19-year-old.  And while he continues to thrive in his 50s on the Champions Tour, Clampett believes his true contribution to the game will be through instruction.  Clampett’s insights from personal experience, as well as from studying and competing against the world's best players for four decades, has resulted in a philosophy that completely changes the way golfers and instructors perceive and interpret each golfer’s swing.

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  • Craig M
    I was at your first academy in April at Gateway.  I just want to pass along how pleased I am at the progress I have been able to make in my golf game.  My handicap was 16 at the time and this week I am at a 13. First of all, every time on the range, I draw a line in the grass to establish the bottom of my swing arc.  The other item is that I am paying close attention to dynamic #3 and #4.  There are days I can feel both dynamics better than others days, but the result is I am longer with my irons.  My driver is giving me 10-20 more yards. I especially like the weekly videos that you send out. Thanks
  • G. Tunstall

    More Enjoyable Game My game is much better especially my irons. My handicap when I came to the school was 17 and two weeks ago I won the super-senior tournament at my club with a GROSS score of 79-80.(won the net by 19 strokes) my hcp is now 14 and falling.

    When my friends see the contact I have with my irons, I give your impact zone concept all the credit.

    Thanks for providing a truly game changing technique to make the game more enjoyable for the amateur golfer.

  • Joel Wintjen, Ewa Beach, Hawaii
    Bobby's teaching is first rate and simply amazing. I never understood what "lag" was until I got his DVD's.. and then I followed up his teaching by attending his school - where Bobby and his staff helped put it all together for me. I'm not only hitting the ball better than before, I also understand my mishits -- which is a huge benefit in this difficult game. Mahalo.
  • Steven Horan


    Played second round of year on Friday.  I am hitting 13-14 greens per round instead of the typical 8 or 9.   Shot a 74 from the back tees they use for the SAS Championship.   The ball striking, with little to no practice, is so consistent.  74 was about the worst I could have shot.  My only swing thoughts are the few fundamentals you taught from the 2 day course.  Driving is much more accurate.  Forward swing plane has changed entire game.  Thanks so much.