Top Junior Coach Launches Chad Phillips Golf Academy App

SwingU, the golf technology and media company, announced today that Chad Phillips, a Golf Digest Best Teacher in Georgia, has launched The Chad Phillips Academy Golf app in partnership with SwingU Academies.

With 25-plus years of coaching experience, Chad has trained some of the best golfers in the world. His coaching philosophy is based on simplifying the swing’s fundamental movements, complemented by a rare understanding of how players of varying levels of experience feel these movements.

The Chad Phillips Golf Academy app will provide students with an engaging, academy-like experience for free, including a forum where students, Chad and other instructors will share video, stories and interact on everything in golf; a student swing locker for filming & saving swings; an on-demand library of drills & instruction; 1-on-1 lessons starting at $29.99 per personalized lesson, including swing analysis, prescriptive drills and individual training plan.; and access to in-person lesson bookings with Chad.

One of the top junior coaches in the country, Chad has helped more than 40 students attain college scholarships at the Division I level. Chad develops students appropriately by uniquely understanding key learning principles and players’ developmental stages. He is based out of Pinetree Country Club in Kennesaw, GA.

About SwingU
Headquartered in Hartford, Connecticut, SwingU is a sports technology and media company focused on golf game improvement. The company owns and operates top-rated smartphone apps across GPS, scorecard, statistics, instruction, social & ball tracing. SwingU Clubhouse publishes an email newsletter reaching hundreds of thousands of golfers daily. Lastly, SwingU Academies develops personalized, branded instruction & training apps for clubs, teachers and academies. For more company information, please visit www.swingu.com.

Media Contact
Chris Chaney
chris@swingu.com

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