One of the finest practice facilities in the South East
Located in a beautiful setting surrounded by mature woodland and the River Lea, The Melbourne Club Golf Academy is no ordinary facility. Much more than just a place to hit balls, the academy is a place where you can work with our team of instructors to fine tune any aspect of your game.
With numerous range mats, both exposed and under cover, and real grass areas to play from, the Academy is open for use all year round. Golfers can make use of a variety of putting greens, chipping greens, bunker areas and a long game driving range; we also have an indoor studio which is ideal for lessons on darker evenings, or if you wish to escape from the winter weather.
In addition to this, we have a stunning 7-hole par 3 course at The Melbourne Club Golf Academy, providing you with one of the best practice facilities not only in Hertfordshire, but possibly the UK. The Academy Practice Facilities can be used by all of our visitors playing under the three different golf packages.
Tom has been an attached professional at Brocket Hall since 2010 during which time he has played on various professional tours including both the European Tour and Challenge Tour. He won the Italian Amateur Championship in 2009, played in the Open Championship in 2011 and won his first professional title on the Alps Tour in 2016.
Tom’s passion for sharing his knowledge of the game has led him to start coaching alongside his tournament schedule. He enjoys working with players of all abilities with a particular interest in improving efficiency and developing solid game management skills. He uses TrackMan to record club and ball data, allowing him to identify areas for improvement to help his students play more consistent golf.
Mark has been an attached professional at Brocket Hall since 2010. He is currently playing on the Europro tour and has played on both the European and Challenge Tours. Mark recently completed his Level 3 TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) certification and all initial lessons include the TPI physical screening consisting of 16 tests used to identify any mobility/ stability limitations throughout the body.
“There are an infinite number of ways to swing a club. However, there is only one efficient way for every player to swing, and it is based on what they can physically do.”
Zane joined the coaching team at Brocket Hall in 2019 and is currently working with a number of elite players including Todd Clements, winner of the 2019 EuroPro tour IFX Payments Championship played on the Palmerston Course. Zane has 12 professional wins to his name and has played on the European Tour and is currently playing on the MENA Tour alongside his work with clients at The Melbourne Club.
Zane’s arrangements with clients are totally bespoke, dependent on their ambitions, needs and expectations. He uses FlightScope GC Quad to track club and ball data for his clients.
“Whether it’s some fine tuning, insight, or a full overhaul, together we can ascertain your goals, and put together a cohesive plan to achieve them together.”
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