Tathata Golf has set their own monthly record with 33,000 hours of learning and training completed by their students in January 2017. These hours of training have been completed by students going through the revolutionary Tathata Golf 60-Day Training Program. Organized by 6, 10-day chapters, each day of the training evolves as the program progresses. Students ultimately move through 60 strategically structured days of learning and training to build their entire golf game from the comfort of their own home, free of daylight and weather constraints. Now averaging more than 1,000 hours of training consumed by students per day, the Tathata Golf 60-Day Program can be considered all but an overnight success since launching in September of 2015.
“We couldn’t be more grateful to be able to impact and benefit such a large number of students in one month period,” said Bryan Hepler, founder of Tathata Golf. “What is most satisfying and humbling are the words that we hear from students on a daily basis about how they are enjoying the program and how much their games are improving. To be able to touch so many people on a daily basis is really encouraging for our ability to help grow the game and benefit the entire industry.”
The Tathata Golf 60-Day Program is the first of its kind delivering world-class movement training to people’s living rooms. Students simply follow-along to the program’s movements and routines to build the movements of the greatest golfers and athletes of all-time right into their swings. Supported by martial art movement and striking principles the movements are also the safest, healthiest way to swing a golf club and prevent injury. Rooted in over 2,500 years of martial art traditions, mental training discussions and exercises come alongside the program’s movement training to round out the “MIND, BODY & SWING” essence of the program.
Freely endorsed by Brandel Chamblee, Gary McCord and other industry leaders like Deb Vangellow LPGA T&CP President; the Tathata Golf 60-Day Program is making the impact that these individuals anticipated. A quick trip to the TathataGolf.com website reveals many of the student success stories that have made the program such a success with golfers, instructors, and others throughout the industry.
“It’s understood that if people play better golf, they will enjoy the game more, play more often and will be more inclined to share the game with others in their life,” continued Hepler. “We believe golfers can play and experience the game at a radically higher level than what we typically see today over a short period of time. Through better golf, participation and enjoyment in the game can skyrocket providing a foundation for the industry to thrive for generations to come.”