Las Vegas, NV— The 2018 Game Improvement Summit (GIS), a one-of-a-kind golf teaching seminar will bring together nationally ranked instructors with the specific purpose of teaching average weekend golfers on how to shave strokes off their game and increase their overall performance and enjoyment in the sport. This inaugural teaching Summit is set for February 9-11, 2018 at Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall (Las Vegas, NV) and Stallion Mountain Golf Club (Las Vegas, NV).
Noted presenters will focus on various components of the sport— from pre-game regimen to course management strategies—honing ways to improve mindset coupled with practical tips when faced with troubled shots.
The Summit kicks off on Friday evening with a welcome reception for both attendees and presenters. Saturday commences with breakfast and break-out sessions with top golf instructors, plus lunch and optional golf activities in the afternoon. Sunday begins with breakfast followed by more break-out sessions with highly-recognized golf instructors. The weekend Summit will wrap up with an informative closing session packed with plenty of take-aways for participants.
Our goal is to have players advance in the sport and enjoy the game more, no matter what their current performance level might be,” said Summit Co-Founder Dennis Silvers, a nationally-syndicated golf talk show host. “It’s through our comprehensive two-day symposium led by seasoned instructors that a novice or mid-level golfer will have a chance to noticeably improve their game. I am pleased to share that our Summit will also include methodologies utilized by tour players.”
GIS Summit speakers are highly acclaimed both nationally and regionally, with credentials spanning Top-10, Top-50, Top-100, National PGA Teacher of the Year, former tour player. Summit speakers include: Mike Bender (St. Mary, FL), Tiffany Faucette (Ashburn, VA), Jim McLean (Miami, FL), Mike Malaska (Superstition, AZ), Brady Riggs (Van Nuys, CA), Dr. Robert Winters (Orlando, FL) and Pam Wright (Scottsdale, AZ).
In addition to a series of sessions with expert instructors, attendees will have an opportunity to participate in clinics highlighting various aspects of the game and a 9-hole playing lesson with selected instructors on Saturday afternoon.
PGA and LPGA professionals attending the Summit will be eligible for education credits (MSR). In addition to the educational opportunities from expert instructors the Summit registration packet includes two-night hotel accommodations. According to Summit Co-Founder Debbie Waitkus, CEO of Golf for Cause, the event will also include a charitable component benefiting the Las Vegas Relief Fund. To learn more about the GIS, visit www.GameImprovementSummit.com and follow the Summit on Facebook at: Game Improvement Summit.