Prep Development

Developing into an elite golfer is an exciting challenge for aspiring young athletes and their families. In order to succeed it takes it takes a great deal of age sensitive training, commitment, support, and character. Bob Dickman’s 35 years of experience training top athletes are invaluable in developing top performing athletes as well as developing character qualities that will help a player become successful in life.

CHESTERTON, Ind. (July 27, 2018) – Sometimes it’s good to have a number in mind, and sometimes it’s better not to. Alec Dutkowski can speak to both after a day in which he clawed into contention at the Northern Amateur, then outlasted two other players in a three-hole playoff.

Robert Dickman Golf Select High School Program

Robert Dickman Golf's High School Program is the most carefully designed program for successful High School golf. The below programs below were designed for athletes' whose schedule will prevent them from participating in our group program or who have progressed to a highly competitive tournament schedule that has "graduated them" from our high school group program.  The following programs are entirely individual programs that assume a player is getting his/her group competition elsewhere.  Players invited to join one of the programs below should do so in consultation with Bob in order to match level of commitment, budget and goals to the appropriate program.

2016 Private High School Select Programs

Train to Play $800

  • 10– 45 minute Private Coaching Sessions
  • 30 minutes of 1 on 1 work with coach followed by 15 minutes of independent study
  • 1 Golf Equipment Evaluation/Club Fitting
  • Personal Performance Program Design that Honors the Athlete’s Developmental Age

Learn to Compete $2900

  • 1 Hour Comprehensive Golf Assessment
    • Player Interview
    • NSEGPA Physical Assessment
    • K-Vest Movement Assessment
    • TrackMan Impact Evaluation
    • Short Game Skills Testing
  • 12– 90 minute Private Coaching Sessions
    • 1 Hour of 1 on 1 followed by 30 minutes of Guided Practice
  • On Course Teaching and Coaching
  • 10 Trackman 4 Combines
  • Personal Performance Program Design that Honors the Athlete’s Developmental Age
  • Team Titleist Golf Bag

Train to Compete $6,500

  • 2 Hour Comprehensive Golf Assessment
    • Player Interview
    • NSEGPA Physical Assessment
    • K-Vest Movement Assessment
    • TrackMan Impact Evaluation
    • Short Game Skills Testing
    • On Course Evaluation and Skill Transference Assessment
  • 30  Ninety Minute Coaching Sessions:1 Hour of One on One work followed by 1/2 hour of guided practice
  • Personal Performance Program Design that Honors the Athlete’s Developmental Age
  • Unlimited Trackman Combines
  • Individual  Physical Performance Training Sessions
  • Monthly Golf Performance Assessment and Evaluation
  • Team Titleist Bag
  • Team Titleist Performance Institute – Top and Bottom of Performance Training Apparel
  • 2 On Site Pre-Tournament Preparation and Tournament Monitoring

Why Bob Dickman

  • 30 years of Experience Developing Top Performing Athletes
  • Bob Demonstrates Integrity Beyond Approach
  • Bob Makes Golf a Fun Activity
  • Bob Allows Students to Develop Skills Necessary for Success in Life
  • Bob will Build Character the Student
  • Bob will Become Coach, Teacher and Friend
  • Bob Applies Age Appropriate Coaching
  • Bob Incorporates the Latest Technologies
  • Bob Openly Communicates with Parents and Students
  • Bob Has a Long Proven Track Record

 

Expectations Of Athletes
Athletes selected to participate in LTAD programs are expected:

  • To be coachable.  .
  • To conduct themselves in a sportsman like manner at all times.
  • To respect the efforts of parents/ guardians, coaches, golf officials, facility staff, and sponsors at all times.
  • To learn the rules of golf and play by them.
  • To respectfully question anything they do not understand
  • Open communication

Effective Partnership With Parents

Without question, every parent who looks to enroll their child in a program such as this desires the absolute best for them.  The single most influential factor in the child’s development is the role the parent plays in nurturing a love for their child and love for the sport. Contrary to this, the most common reason why kids quit sports is “the ride home”.  Well intended comments at the wrong time in the wrong way may destroy everything your child and I work have worked on.  This can occur during training sessions, a tournament, or a playing round. With this in mind the following recommendations for parents are:

  • Allow your child to have fun playing golf, it is a long journey
  • No communication during lessons or while playing in tournaments
  • Reinforcement of knowledge being learned
  • Communicate with child using the “sandwich method” of praise constructive comment, praise
LETS GET STARTED!
A personal discussion with student and parents is required to enroll in the programs.

CONTACT BOB at 847.877.7779 
Bob@RobertDickmanGolf.com