There are quite a few people who have a drinking problem and want to get a hold of it before it affects every part of their lives, including their health, work, and relationships

There are quite a few people who have a drinking problem and want to get a hold of it before it affects every part of their lives, including their health, work, and relationships.  Many of these people have been through twenty-eight day rehabilitation programs, and have attended twelve-step meetings, but continue to relapse.  The belief is that business people often find meetings at relapse-prevention programs inaccessible, as a majority of twelve-step meeting participants do not share a mentality or experience that is in any way similar to those who work in a professional setting. In short, they feel that they just do not “fit in.”     

That is where Golf to Recovery comes in.  This, Atlanta-based, day program offers people the chance to join a group that understands the importance of recovery, and the demands of professional life. It allows participants the chance to change their lifestyle, and fill their newly found free time with a healthy, productive activity.  Participants are given daily golf instruction at an upscale facility, with recommended accommodations near-by.  Each day of the program includes a nine-hour block of assigned activities, ending with a “Golfers in Recovery” twelve-step meeting.      

Each participant in the Golf to Recovery program is given individual attention.  Clients are instructed in golf etiquette, the rules of the game, and swing improvement.  The ratio of clients to instructors is three to one at all times, and the outstanding facility in which the instruction takes place includes an eighteen hole course, as well as both an outdoor and indoor range (in case of inclement weather). In addition, there is a custom golf shop for clients’ specific needs.     

First, golfers are, evaluated by the program’s staff, using both state of the art digital equipment and the experience of expert golf instructors.  Staff members at Golf to Recovery have more than thirty years of experience in golf instruction, as well as thirty years of experience with recovery.     

It has been observed that a golfer’s performance is misleadingly stronger on the range than on the course.  For this reason, Golf to Recovery evaluates its participants while they are on the course. This gives the most accurate reading of where improvement is needed.  After evaluation, an individualized course of instruction for golf improvement is prescribed for each client to use, throughout his time in the program. The program is based on two nationally recognized programs of CBS Sports, “Break 100 in 90 Days,” and “Take 10 Strokes off Your Game.”     

This program will improve the quality of its participants’ lives, as well as their golf game. Participants are welcome to join the program for as long as they feel it necessary.  The program is based on a daily fee that is substantially lower than the fee for standard, twenty-eight day drug/alcohol rehabilitation programs.       

Golf to Recovery’s philosophy is that the life-enhancing principles associated with those who overcome addiction can also be found in golf.  The game of golf requires honesty, hope, courage, integrity, willingness, humility, consideration of others, self-discipline, and perseverance.  Without ethical players, the game cannot be played successfully.  The twelve-step program also utilizes the above principles in day-to-day living.     

Also, those who want to improve their golf game need to spend time learning the fundamentals of the game.  There are many hardworking men out there who need to fill their free time doing something they enjoy, once they are in recovery.  For those who are sports-minded, golf instruction is an ideal energy-outlet. By joining this program you not only improve your golf game, but you also improve your life. 

For more information one can visit the web site at: or call 770-330-3879.

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