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Eoin Gibbons golf lessons

  • 22-08-2020 3:37pm
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    Does anyone have ant experience with Eoin? Saw some positive reviews but wouldn't mind hearing others experiences!


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  • Registered Users Posts: 377 ✭✭rooney30


    Had a few lessons from him a few years ago . He’s on the wrong side of Dublin for me now though . He is very good and does take a genuine interest . , likes to see real progress being made over the course of a few lessons rather than someone looking for a quick fix in just one lesson


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,331 ✭✭✭mike12


    rooney30 wrote: »
    Had a few lessons from him a few years ago . He’s on the wrong side of Dublin for me now though . He is very good and does take a genuine interest . , likes to see real progress being made over the course of a few lessons rather than someone looking for a quick fix in just one lesson

    Plus 1 on that, really good coach


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    rooney30 wrote: »
    Had a few lessons from him a few years ago . He’s on the wrong side of Dublin for me now though . He is very good and does take a genuine interest . , likes to see real progress being made over the course of a few lessons rather than someone looking for a quick fix in just one lesson


    Thanks, that's what I'm after! I saw he uses Trackman and Bodytrak etc so looks to have a pretty high tech setup


  • Registered Users Posts: 477 ✭✭swededmonkey


    He's big into his numbers but I'd highly recommend him.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,579 ✭✭✭willabur


    I'm playing off 10.7, I feel my handicap will drop by another shot or two but after that I will need help if I want to get lower still.

    had a session with him last night, going to call it a session because it certainly wasn't a lesson

    He got me to hit 15 or so 7 irons then proceeded to pick my swing apart, it was fairly brutal to be honest. Never had a lesson before so my swing is home made. He said he would need to change absolutely everything and that I would need to dedicate 4 or 5 months to the process if I wanted to get any better at golf.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 220 ✭✭cjfitz


    Eoin seems like a very decent guy and I don’t think he’d waste anybody’s time. I got a couple of video sessions with him in the first lockdown and they def did help, but my setup was already decent. I found his instructions clear and he was very approachable.

    Changing aspects of your swing can be very tough and it can be a long road.

    If you aren’t prepared to go down Eoin’s route maybe something like Adam Young’s Strike Plan might be worth a go. His plans are more skill based than technique.


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