Seung's goal of being a scratch golfer drives him to keep getting better. Golf lessons with his coach combined with his drive to excel and improve his game have taken him from a 25 handicap to a 12 in just a couple of years. He is eager, and every good shot, every time he does something right on the course makes him want more. He loves golf, and he will be a scratch golfer.
"When he came to GOLFTEC, Seung was shooting over 100," said his coach, Matt Lohmeyer. Seung has taken lessons from Loymeyer for two years. "But he knew what he wanted - to be a scratch golfer. I said that's going to take time, and I coach him to that goal. He has already gone from a 25 to a 12 handicap."
Seung has built a lasting relationship with his coach, saying, "Matt and I are more than just coach and student. I try to improve his life as much as he improves my game." And beyond that, Seung has built lasting friendships with the other coaches and students of GOLFTEC. "He practices multiple times each week and is in here talking with everyone. You build these relationships," said Loymeyer, "And that's pretty awesome."
For Seung, playing better golf required a plan. "It's not one lesson that's really going to make the difference for anyone. Like everything else, you need a long term plan. Sometimes it takes Matt to remind me of that because I'm so eager. I want to get par. To be that scratch golfer. And I'll get there."
At a GOLFTEC Swing Evaluation you will see your swing in a completely new light, providing a clear path to improvement that goes beyond anything you've experienced before. Your GOLFTEC Coach will use our technology that measures key body movements combined with real-time video analysis to clearly define how your swing compares to the best players in golf. Together, you'll use this information to create a clearly-defined path for progressive improvement and results that last.
Diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in his 50's, Tom Rushing saw golf as a way to help with the healing process. After chemotherapy in the morning, he couldn't make a turn, take a full swing. But he could chip. And he could putt. And it made him feel better.