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While it is not unusual to find a golf professional who is an excellent golfer, it is unusual to find a teaching professional of Mark Polich's caliber.  Mark has the ability to communicate complicated concepts in a simple and concise manner.  He is encouraging, professional, kind, and deeply invested in the student's improvement.  This makes for a great experience working with Mark, but in the end, the proof is in the pudding.  In the 12 years I have been playing golf, I have only broken 80 a handful of times.  In the two months that I have worked with Mark, I have broken 80 three times.  Mark is magic!

Libby Knapp, Las Cruces, New Mexico

After 30 years of playing this great game of golf at a very high level, I decided it was time to give back. So over 20 years ago, I stunned my golfing friends by shifting my focus from competing in and winning golf tournaments to teaching others.  During this time I have had the incredible privilege of working with golfers, age 5 to 90, helping them achieve THEIR GOALS

Whether you are interested in improving your swing fundamentals by working indoors with TrackMan and video analysis or learning how to get the ball in the hole quicker (with fewer strokes) with a 9 or 18 hole playing lesson, Coach Polich can help.

As I look back on my own playing career of over 50 years, I must admit to never being the straightest driver, or the most accurate iron player (I’ve never had a hole-in-one!) or having the best short game.  What I was exceptionally good at was getting the ball in the hole sooner than the competition.  Bottom line: having a fundamentally solid swing is good - knowing how to get the ball in the hole is good.

If you think I could help you improve your golf game, reach out to me at markpolichgolf@gmail.com.  Thanks.

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WHAT'S THE COMMON DENOMINATOR OF SUCCESS?  

Successful people make a habit of doing things that unsuccessful people don't want to do and aren't willing to do.  THAT'S IT!  

Albert M. Gray, 1940

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