Why Train on the Course?

There are over 60 recognized sports in North America and golf is the ONLY sport where a player practices in a different space than where they play. For instance, on the court, in the water, on the ice or on the field, golfers practice hitting from a flat piece of land, either from an artificial mat or mown grass.


Golfers know their lie is often not flat or the golf ball may be sitting down in the grass, or on a tight lie for chipping.  For this reason, Can-Am International is on the golf course often.


Taking advantage of an average of 290 sunny days each year and having 4 holes to practice on a real golf course for chipping, pitching and putting, allows the player and coach to actually practice where they play.  That makes Can-Am International a very special place to train.