I have been in the golf business, PGA Professional for 20+ years. Straightforward instruction that helps my students swing the club and play the game to the best of “their” abilities. I teach my students the way that they best learn. I don’t make them learn the way I teach! I don’t teach “tour” swings! I don’t teach any particular “method”.
I really enjoy watching a student put the time and effort into improving and seeing them aquiring the skills to attain their goals. We (the student and myself) watch the improvements. We track the improvements by using the available technology. I get excited when they hit a shot they've never hit before; when they visibly make a change. That's why I do what I do!!!!
Very professional, and friendly.
Kelly is the quintessential golf instructor. As a brand new player he made me feel at ease and understood. He is great at explaining techniques and provides lots of visual aids along the way helping you grasp the various concepts. Kelly is very attentive and has just the right temperament you’d hope for in a coach. Just after one lesson he had me swinging better then I ever have! If your on the fence, get off and give home a shot! You’ll be glad you did!
Focus on great fundementals. Then work towards making “their” swing as functional, efficient and effective as possible.
PGA Professional since 1998. Elected to Class A PGA Membership in 2004.
LPGA Certified in “Teaching Her” 2017
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I have played competitively since the age of 10. I still compete today. Golf is my 2nd career and teaching is my passion.
Women, Men and teens.
Find a teacher/coach that wants to work WITH you. Ask questions, lots of questions. Don’t be worried about hurting feelings or insulting their intelligence or ego. If they bruise that easy, you don’t want to work with them anyways.
Be honest! If you tell me that you hit everything great but you just can’t hit a driver, you’re the only one that’s being fooled. Whatever it is you do with your driver, I promise you that you do it with your 7 iron as well.
Wanting to add 50 yards to your irons, quite likely isn’t going to happen. 15-20 yards, well, maybe but it’s going to take time and effort on your part.
Anyone that guarantees you success.....stay away. There are NO guarantees!