Golf Live, the revolutionary app that allows golfers and coaches to connect for live lessons at any time from any location, is building off a successful 2022 by introducing Chris Como as an official partner.
“I have always aligned myself with partners that share my vision and can help optimize my skills as a coach,” said Como. “Golf Live provides many tools for coaches and players alike. Today more than ever, it’s important to connect with golfers in real-time. The Golf Live platform is unlike any other in the golf space. Golfers all over the world can now be confident they’re receiving exceptional coaching in an extremely effective and convenient manner with Golf Live.”
Chris and Golf Live will kick off this partnership at the 2023 PGA Show from January 24 – 27 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Those attending the PGA Show will have the opportunity to meet Chris on Thursday, January 26th at 10AM at Booth Number 3413.
“We built Golf Live to challenge the status quo of golf instruction,” said Golf Live Founder Keith Scioli. “We believe it can be delivered differently, in a more efficient and effective manner to all golfers. We have combined the highest quality coaching with our patent-pending remote coaching technology providing the most enhanced live virtual lesson you can find. Whether you are a scratch golfer or the beginner golfer with a busy job and family, our mission is to be here for you on your terms and provide more than just a lesson”
Chris has coached some of the best players in the game, including Tiger Woods, Jason Day, Bryson DeChambeau, Trevor Immelman and Jamie Lovemark. Recognized as the #2 coach in the world, Chris has been featured on The Golf Channel, on his instructional shows: Como Concepts and Swing Expedition. Chris spent the first part of his career being mentored by the biggest names in teaching—including David Leadbetter, Mac O’Grady, and Hank Haney. He rounded out his education by completing all of the graduate-level coursework for a Masters degree in Biomechanics, all while publishing three research papers in the journal of Sports Biomechanics.