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The Greenbrier Classic will open July 29 at The Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia. As the excitement rises among golf enthusiasts in the area, many area golf instructors are reporting an increase in those signing up for lessons. According to many, this interest in improving their golf game is stemming from the fact that West Virginia Amateur champion, Jonathan Bartlett, was invited to compete in The Greenbrier tournament.
Bartlett’s story is one that has inspired amateur golfers all over West Virginia and the United States. A former All American golfer with the University of Mississippi, Bartlett experienced some back problems that kept him from playing for a number of years. He has had to work his way up from the bottom of the pack in order to even play in the West Virginia Amateur tournament this week. Despite tough competition from the reigning champion, Tim Fisher, the 33-year old Bartlett took the championship and qualified for the exemption to participate in the PGA season’s inaugural event at The Greenbrier Classic.
Not only are local golf instructors experiencing a surge of interest from those wanting to improve their golf game, some internet based courses are also seeing a huge spike in interest. The owner of one such site, http://www.BeliveauMethod.com/, says his visitor count has shot through the roof.
“I am getting so many emails this week from golf enthusiasts who say that Jonathan Bartlett is their inspiration,” says site owner, Alex Mirabeau. “They tell me that if Jon Bartlett can come back to win a championship and play in a pro tournament at the age of 33, then they have hopes of improving their swing and their game to possibly do the same. They are drawn to The Beliveau Method because it is the only one that guarantees improvement.”
Mirabeau’s website is based on the method developed by the late Marcel Beliveau, the renowned Canadian television producer. Beliveau, an avid golfer, developed his unique scientific approach to his golf swing after surgery stopped him from being able to swing a golf club like he used to. Once he perfected his new swing, Beliveau found that his game improved by a large margin.