Hosted by Rob Hart and his team of PGA qualified golf professionals, The TGC Golf Academy
provides the perfect environment to improve your game and help you become the golfer you’ve always wanted to be.
Whether you are a beginner, or looking to improve your handicap after more rounds of golf than you care to remember, or simply in need of some fine tuning - we can offer expert tuition and state-of-the-art facilities to drive your game in the right direction.
Based at Woodside Golf Club at Cranage in Cheshire, our innovative and popular coaching features:
- TrackMan (widely used by the world’s leading players)
- Studio Private Lessons
- Individual or Group Lessons
- Junior Academy (Ages 6-16)
- Weekly ladies, seniors and adult group sessions
If you would like to arrange a one-on-one or group coaching session, call Rob Hart at TGC Golf Academy on 07583 984090.
Rob Hart - PGA Professional
Studied PGA Foundation degree at Birmingham university. Qualified First Aider. DBS Checked
Rob first started playing golf when he was around 11 years old. His first handicap was 40 and in 5 years got this down too 1. Rob played for Cheshire County Boys and represented them in a number of inter county events. He has always had a great passion for teaching golf therefore decided to do his PGA teaching qualification. The PGA qualification has helped rob understand the golf swing in great detail, and has really helped him to improve his golf knowledge.
Favourite Golfer – Tiger Woods,
Most Enjoyable course played – Royal Birkdale
Now available at TGC Golf Academy, TrackMan is used and respected the world over by the game’s top golfers.
It’s essentially radar-based technology which maps ball speed, club trajectory, club face angle and ball speed. TrackMan also captures your golf swing with a built-in HD slow motion video camera, so that we can analyse your game in minute detail and help make adjustments to improve your performance on the course.
The golf radar can be used outdoors on the range, as well as indoors in a golf simulator environment, which means you can play and practice on courses such as Pebble Beach and St Andrews.