Golf Schools

Full swing school

3 hours tuition

In our full swing school we touch on the influences our swings have on our shots and how to give the golfer more consistency.
Another important part of the full swing session is the “mythbusting” section where we go through some of the commonly promoted technique aspects of the game and show how these are not only useless to the improvement of a golfers game but how they can actually make you worse.
Explaining to golfers what the great players do and how we can learn from this and apply the correct parts to our games.
With the session being broken into connection, direction, ball flight (Shape and height), we will show you how to hit better shots with your shorter clubs up through your bag to the driver.


3 hours tuition

Pitching is the shots from 20 – 100 meters that is longer than a chip shot and not quite a full swing. In general this is one of the poorer parts of most golfers games and something we are asked to help with on a regular basis.
Our pitching schools are based on connection and distance control and in these sessions we show each attendee what method of shot will work best for them as well as giving each golfer a chart for the distance of their pitch shots. If you know how far each shot goes you can only score better and this will help shave shots of every golfers scores.


3 hours tuition

Chipping is the short shots from just off the green (inside 10 meters from the greens edge) and again is a hugely misunderstood part of the game. In this school we touch on connection, carry distance and roll, disproving a lot of the myths that go along with the modern game. Each golfer leaves the chipping session with a better understanding of club and shot selection as well as a tried and tested formula allowing their shots to finish closer to the hole. If you are a golfer who only chips with one club, this is the school that will change your life and lower your scores.


3 hours tuition

Bunker play is one of the most analysed sections of the game. Open your stance, open your clubface, hit 2 inches behind the ball, cut a 41.00 bill of sand out from under the ball, follow through and so the list goes on. If you have more than one of these thoughts in your mind at the time your playing you need to come to our bunker School. Individuality in bunker play is the most important thing. Golfers take different amounts of sand, have different angles of attack, different tempo’s, have wedges with different amounts of bounce and play courses with different amounts of sand in their bunkers. How could one size possibly fit all. That is why we look at each attendees bunker play from a person to person scenario. We will help you with all of the above and give you an understanding of how to apply it once you do know. Get out of bunkers first time every time after an Absolute Golf Bunker School


3 hours tuition

In a regulation par round of golf where you hit 14 fairways, 18 greens on a par 72 50% of the shots played are with the putter. Most golfers average between 34 and 40 putts and the PGA Tour average is a little over 28. How would you like to play 6 to 12 shots better per round? Learn the skills the pro’s know. Reading greens, slope and grain, better speed control. This part of the school alone will have you putting your first putts closer and 3 putting less often. Learn to aim better! Find your putting personality. Find the method that will work best with you and learn how to apply it. Selecting the correct putter. How can you expect to hole putts if your putter is not suited to your style, method or even to your eye. We will show you what suits you best and why.
If the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach the way to better scores is with his putting.

Golf Course Influences (GPS)

The game of golf is played on an outdoor arena, open to the elements, uneven in form, with different varieties and thickness of grass and other surfaces. The hitting areas are un-level, the landing areas are un-level and everything in between. So practicing on a level stance with an even lie is practicing for disaster. Great players for years have understood the influences that the golf course throws at us, but it is a bit of a lost art that has not been past down