Anne has developed a well-earned reputation as one of America's elite golf instructors. In 2007, Golf Magazine named her one of the country's top 100 teachers and in 2008 Golf Digest honored her as one of the top 20 teachers under 40. Anne has been featured in numberous publications and appears frequently as a guest on television and radio programs.
Anne's teaching career began in 1995 when she became an LPGA member following a successful playing career in America and Asia. She was an All-America college player at the University of Georgia and qualified for the U.S. Women's Open as an amateur in 1989.
Anne takes pride in her well-rounded instruction methods. In addition to her full-swing expertise, she is an elite putting and mental game coach, and she is adept at working with players of all skill levels. Anne believes strongly in using video and computer technology to enhance the learning experience. Her academy features exclusive video technology called "HOT LINES" that allows her to give immediate feedback to her students. For more information visit www.annecaingolf.com.
Anne gives golf instruction to individuals of all skill levels, from beginner to touring professional. She owns an extensive computer and video system to analyze motions and communicate with each student and installed Hot Lines technology in 2004, a feature that enables her to place “virtual boundaries” around a golfer for feedback. Anne works on fundamentals in this order: stance and ball position, pivot, plane, and hand action/clubface. Per the student’s needs, instruction topics include full swing, short game, putting, on-course instruction, and competitive preparation. She emphasizes practicing most with the driver, wedges, and putter as these clubs comprise more than 80 percent of the game.
“I am fortunate to take golf lessons from Anne Cain. She has a thorough understanding of the game and its fundamentals, and communicates her message clearly and concisely. Her knowledge of the learning process helps me focus on one thing at a time, and her use of video technology takes the guesswork out of learning the swing. To top it off, she is an accomplished player, which affords her the ability to help golfers at all levels. Seeking Anne’s advice and help will really add enjoyment to your game. ”
“I’ve played golf my entire life and have had lessons from legends such as Ernest Jones, Bob Toski, Jim Flick, Bob Murphy, Davis Love and Dave Pelz. I am an avid golfer and also have a certificate in golf course architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. I also served on the medical staff of the PGA Tour for over 10 years. Following hip replacement surgery my game fell to pieces ... I was just about ready to quit. I heard about Anne from a fellow physician and after my first three-day session I had a breakthrough. I’m hitting shots down the middle, and my handicap has dropped six strokes. I’ve been back to see her twice since then! Anne Cain is by far the best teacher I’ve ever had.”
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