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Davis Love III Launches DL3Golf Website

Site Includes New Endeavor – Love Golf Academies

This week 2012 U.S. Ryder Cup Captain and McGladrey Classic Tournament Host Davis Love III launched dl3golf.com, a new website portal that features information on each of his lines of business and charities. The “DL3” site provides a brief explanation of Love’s organizations from golf design to education along with links which provide readers with additional information about each company.

The site is a means of communicating the Davis Love Companies’ commitment to the ideals of family and integrity and preserving these values through a passionate pursuit of the business of golf.  In addition to Davis’ foundation and his established businesses, Love Golf Design, Love Golf Management and Paddle & Putt, the site introduces the Love’s family newest golf endeavor, Love Golf Academies.

Love Golf Academies is a new program which Davis Love III and his brother Mark have established to carry on their father’s legacy through golf education.

The brothers’ father Davis Love Jr. discovered his passion for teaching golf after competing on the PGA TOUR. He was a lead instructor for the Golf Digest Golf Schools and helped develop the Sea Island Golf Learning Center.

Davis and Mark learned to play golf from their father and his prestigious colleagues. Davis Jr. taught his sons more than the functional techniques of the game, but also how to enjoy it. He emphasized the importance of “play” in golf, something his sons hope to pass on to their future students.

Love Golf Academies promotes the idea that golf training should cater to the individual, with a focus on achieving the lowest score rather than the perfect swing.

Students aim for self-improvement via the “proper fundamentals” of the golf swing and the “experience” gained by physically playing the game. The Loves believe that through the inclusion of play in practice through experimentation and games, students learn to both enjoy and achieve.

“We feel like the game has gotten too complicated at times,” said Mark Love. “By using the fundamentals found in our father’s book, and providing programming and instruction in the manner that we learned, we can help simplify the game for students and help them get more joy out of playing…as well as helping them to improve.”

With the enjoyment of play considered the utmost importance, the academies will blend new technology and classic instruction to develop the potential of each student. Love Golf Academies encourages the simple love of the game which Davis Jr. taught his sons at an early age.

 

About DL3 Love Golf Companies (www.dl3golf.com)

20-time PGA TOUR winner Davis Love III is founder of Love Golf Companies.  Love Golf Companies consists Love Golf Design, Love Golf Management, Paddle & Putt and Love Golf Academies.  Davis and his wife Robin also founded Davis Love Foundation in 2005.  The Foundation is host of The McGladrey Classic, an official PGA TOUR event that raises charitable dollars for Special Olympics, Boys and Girls Clubs and other nonprofits.  Davis is the 2012 U.S. Ryder Cup Captain.

 

5 Responses to Davis Love III Launches DL3Golf Website

  1. Dani says:

    Thanks Bud! Just a solid grip and a non obstructed snap raelese to my target with solid compression; this is provided by waiting for the weight of my arm club which gives me good rhythm and timing and a delivery of juice from the ground up! Maximum hammer with minimum effort. It is hard to contain the enthusiasm when you get such a charge from all your senses in golf; feeling that ball squeeze on the face and hearing that flush contact and fzzzz in the air and seeing the flight

  2. Sharon Skinner Engstrom says:

    “Davis and Mark learned to play golf from their father and his prestigious colleagues. Davis Jr. taught his sons more than the functional techniques of the game, but also how to enjoy it. He emphasized the importance of “play” in golf, something his sons hope to pass on to their future students.” “We feel like the game has gotten too complicated at times,”said Mark Love.”

    Hello,

    Your dad would be so proud! I feel fortunate to have learned from him back in the ACC days. The lessons he taught helped and inspired all of the young juniors at the club-girls and boys. We had so much FUN playing together-The Bourdeax kids, Steve Hernandez, Jim Bankston, Hugh Lane, Cain Harris, Lisa Turner, Valerie Voyles, The Stokes boys, The Welch boys, my sister and I…those were the days I remember. Nowadays, cheer/football/baseball/soccer are the programs that children sign up for-they are missing out on the opportunity of a great sport that simply has not been introduced to them and teaches so much about life.

  3. Robert Strother says:

    I think it’s a great site anything DL3 does is always interesting especially being this years Ryder cup captain and an all around classy guy!!!

    • Javier says:

      Yes, the Cam did distort a clupoe angles; as for the shaft angle; since your right hand is lower than the left and you have a natural tilt in the set up to allow the arm club unit to swing freely to the target, because the arm club unit must feel like it is hanging, the only way to feel it’s weight is this way; to place the handle back or forward from this would cause a manipulation and subsequent cancellation of this hanging feel; Shawn

  4. Worth Banner says:

    Davis,

    A central locale for outreach to the public re your business and charities is useful. Moré attractive would be something moré personal included, such as a blog reflecting thoughts on golf matters. Thanks.

    Worth Banner