Top 50 Instructor Todd Sones & Haggin Oaks’ Tom Morton Invite You to a Special Event
January 11th, 2012 at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex (9:00 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.)
As a special event to our customers, we are bringing Todd Sones, one of America’s 50 Greatest Teachers as recognized by Golf Digest, to host a Scoring Zone Short Game School
Approximately 42% of your score is determined by your putting.
Another 25% is from the edge of the green to 30 yards out. Studies show that the average golfer loses 6-8 shots per round in those areas. Todd, along with Haggin Oaks’ PGA Director of Player Performance, Tom Morton, will help students improve their score by targeting “The Scoring Zone”.
9:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. Introduction and Welcome
9:15 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Presentation on Putting, including Belly Putting
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Individual application, putter fitting, and working through putting stations
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. How to play key scoring zone shorts around the green: Bump and run, hinge and hold, trapped toss shot off tight lies, and the shallow lob.
Cost: $295 per participant
Call the Haggin Oaks Appointment Office to Register at 916-808-2531
School is limited to 12 participants
Todd Sones is one of the Top 100 Teachers in America as voted by Golf Magazine as well as one of Golf Digest’s ‘Americas 50 Greatest Teachers’. He has been named the Illinois PGA Teacher of the Year twice, as well as receiving the Horton Smith Award. He also owns and operates the Todd Sones Impact Golf Center at White Deer Golf Club in Vernon Hills, Illinois, currently ranked 4th Best Golf School in the country by Golf Magazine.
Todd has worked with numerous PGA and LPGA Tour members such as Joe Durant, Robert Gamez, Scott McCarron, Paul Goydos, 1996 U.S. Open Men’s Champion Steve Jones, Shaun Micheel, Jay Williamson, Stephanie Louden and 2003 Women’s U.S. Open Champion Hillary Lunke.
Todd has published over 100 instructional articles for national magazines such as Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, as well as published two books, “Lights out Putting” and “Saving Par”.