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Scott Sackett Signature School FAQ’s

In the Scott Sackett Signature School we focus on all aspects of the game. Putting, chipping, pitching, bunkers, driving, irons, hybrids, fairway woods, situational on course, understanding strengths as a player and playing against weaknesses, learning to play golf not golf swing. We focus a lot on understanding the strategies on the golf course that make great players great.
TrackMan, V1 Technologies, BodiTrak, Focus Band, Equipment analyzation and understanding properly fit equipment. TPI fitness evaluation.
The Scott Sackett Signature School during the winter months at Sun Ridge Canyon Golf club in Fountain Hills, AZ. During the summer, it is held at Park Meadows Country Club in Park City, UT.
Yes. Please email me directly at [email protected] for specific room and board information.
Yes. Corporate events are a very specialized. Each corporate event I do is customized to the clients needs and schedule. Most are between 1-3 days.

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