Alex: In the UK we’ve had a few lockdowns. During the first lockdown, everyone (like much of North America too) bought ball return nets so they could practice in their house or yard- and we’d have good sessions virtually. I’ve learned that the language I use is of utmost importance because with virtual lessons via a webcam you obviously can’t put the students into various positions physically. The words I use might work for one student but not another. So, while it’s been challenging, Golfzon makes it easy with the amount of data I can pull from. Eventually, the lessons tapered off as the lockdown was lifted and people just wanted to be outside. But, with another lockdown it was a little harder to retain students because when you take lessons you want to be able to see results on the course. So, I got many students to download the Golfzon app and send me swing videos that way. And that was much easier to provide lessons and feedback. Especially for more of the tech-savvy younger golfers. Because the younger golfers would send me a swing video and then their friends would do the same and we could have a dialogue through Golfzon that way.