Monday, March 11, 2019

ProDreamUSA clients to benefit from enhanced Footage & Analysis at Europe’s premier performance facility

We are thrilled to announce that ProDreamUSA clients will have the opportunity to attend their own individual Swing Footage andAnalysis session at the renowned Archerfield Performance Centre in East Lothian.
Originally home to Nike Golf’s European fitting centre and opened in 2013 by Rory McIlroy, the site was acquired by Archerfield Golf Club following Nike’s withdrawal from golf equipment manufacturing.
Now professional and amateur golfers alike travel from across the world to utilise the world-class facilities, technology and coaching available.
Renowned coach and founder of The Leading Edge golf company Oliver Morton, joins ProDreamUSA as Analysis and Performance Manager, responsible for taking each client through a bespoke session using Trackman, SAM Putt Lab, SAM Balance Lab and Gears Sports technology to create a 10-15 minute video which US Coaches can view.
Aside from the footage of the clients swing, Oliver is able to provide an in depth analysis and breakdown of the players technique and point to areas for development, thus giving US Coaches a unique perspective on the player they are recruiting.
Hannah Burke
Our new Swing Footage and Analysis sessions are a terrific asset for clients, not only in terms of their college recruitment, but also their own development as golfers. We are excited to be partnering with the Archerfield Performance Centre and to welcome Oliver to the team. His passion and enthusiasm for junior golf is incredible to witness and we’re sure he will prove a valuable asset for our clients.

ProDreamUSA managing director, Brendan McKenna
I’m delighted to be joining the ProDreamUSA Team and very much looking forward to helping the next generation of golfers connect with the best environments to help them develop as Student Athletes
Oliver Morton



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