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Monarch Bay Learning Center Hosts: RED ZONE Short Game Golf Schools and Junior Camps Presented By New Rules Certified Golf Coach

SAN LEANDRO, Calif., March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Monarch Bay Learning Center set to host 2014 RED ZONE 1-day golf schools and RED ZONE week long, junior golf camps.  The RED ZONE, Inside 100 yards, is based on Charlie King's, top 50 PGA instructor, Golf's Red Zone Challenge book adapted for golfers wishing to eliminate the most frustrating shots in golf, break through barriers, and for juniors to join school teams or play competitive golf, all with immediate results.

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The first RED ZONE 1-day golf schools will be held four times during the year starting March 16, 2014. RED ZONE junior camp will be held April 14 to 18, during local school Spring Break week, and several times in 2014. Past students have seen8 to 18 percent immediate improvement through the objective scoring system.

RED ZONE 1-day golf schools are designed for players seeking to eliminate the most frustrating golf shots around the greens, break through scoring barriers, and improve their play inside 100 yards with immediate improvement. Junior camps are designed for players' ages 10 to 17, seeking to be regular play members of their school teams and improve their competition results.

RED ZONE schools and camps are held at Monarch Bay Learning Center, with its new all grass range and specialty targets up to 100 yards.  The agenda follows the New Rules Of Golf Instruction approach focused on skills in the short game areas of short & long putting, chipping, pitching, bunker play and wedge shots up to 100 yards. This approach allows players to determine their current skill level, improve their scoring game and see immediate improvement from the retesting of their skills.

Coach Rick has been in the golf teaching business for over 14 years. "As a PGA professional and certified golf coach, we provide unique programs to strengthen regular member's games and provide a path back to regular play for the infrequent golfer, who may have left golf due to frustrations in their game. Attendees gain an objective measurement system, valuable techniques, and takeaway pocket guides to use and improve their golf games so they can become their own golf coach."

Monarch Bay Learning Center offers programs to all level of player with PGA initiative programs.  The center is dedicated to helping golfers with a unique combination of swing mechanics, game / shot management and emotional / mental control techniques in all of its programs. Based on the mission to get golfers more skillful, while keeping their unique style, we achieve results quicker and longer lasting.

Monarch Bay Learning Center is located at 13800 Monarch Bay drive off the Marina Blvd. exit off route 880, in San Leandro.  We offer the award winning 18-hole Tony Lema course and the 9-hole Marina course, for player's enjoyment and challenge.

Contact:  Coach Rick Laforet: 510.917.6442 or [email protected] or at www.NewRulesCoachRick.com and www.MonarchBayGC.com/instruction

Media Contact: Rick Laforet, Monarch Bay Golf Learning Center, 5109176442, [email protected]

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