One-on-one instruction

Elevate Your Short Game with Proven Techniques

Join James at his incredible new Short Game Training facility at Pavenham Park Golf Club in Bedfordshire. Select your session length below for more information and to book a lesson.

Two Hour Session – £340

An initial minimum 2 hour appointment is recommended which can then be followed by shorter sessions.

One Hour Session – £180

A 1-hour lesson is perfect for quick check-ups, refining techniques, and addressing specific areas efficiently

Full Day Session – £1,200

A full-day covers the entire short game, from chip shots to wedge control, to skill development and practice

Half Day Session – £600

A half-day focuses on key short-game concepts, skill development, and practice for noticeable improvement.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be a tour player to work with James?

Absolutely not! Players of all levels are welcome here. In fact, the most significant improvements often occur at the lower levels. If you’re looking to make substantial progress, this is the perfect place to be.

Will I receive follow up material to keep me working on the right things?

Yes! You will be invited to join James’ OnForm platform, where he will upload videos from your session, highlighting key points and drills for you to practice.

Am I able to use the facility before and or after my session?

Unfortunately, that’s not possible. James has a packed schedule most days and needs to keep the space reserved to ensure each client receives uninterrupted attention during their session.

How often should I have lessons?

Great question, though it’s challenging to provide a definitive answer! It ultimately depends on how much practice time you can commit and what goals you have for your game.

What is the lesson structure?

James focuses on three core areas: Technical, Skill, and Performance. Each session addresses these aspects, with longer sessions allowing for more in-depth exploration and improvement.

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