Blueprint Golf - Golf Lessons

Blueprint Golf - Golf Lessons

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About this pro

I am a PGA certified teaching professional with over 15 years of teaching experience. I have taught at nationally ranked golf course facilities and for Golf Digest Schools.  I am also the Men's and Women's Head Coach at Arizona Christian University, both teams ranked inside the Top 25 in the NAIA. I have been a caddy on the LPGA Tour and have been around the best and worst players.

My goal is not to complicate things but to explain how the club is designed to be used and how to play the game. Whether you want to play for social enjoyment, business, or tournament competition, I want you to understand your game and develop into your own coach. Oh, and the trash talking lessons are free of charge!

Lessons will take place at an indoor golf studio. Indoor lessons are private, climate controlled, and utilize current technology to show you what is actually going on in your swing. We utilize launch monitor technology as well as video technology to give you the information needed to learn faster. Plus, there are no stuffy dress codes to adhere to!

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Chandler, AZ 85226
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17 Reviews


  • Scott Nash

    I've taken lessons with a few instructors. Some were too technical, with swing monitors, videos, and gadgets. Others were too much about feel. Bryan is a perfect blend. A couple of aiming sticks, some very sound advise, and I gainedible more accuracy, and distance after one lesson. Can't wait to see where my game goes from here. I highly recommend Bryan wit out hesitation.

  • Jennifer Thelen-Guck

    Really patient and he taught me how I club actually works and what is supposed to happen in a swing. Great teaching pro

  • Jennifer Thelen-Guck

    Brian is very easy to work with. He was cordial and patient and walked me through every question I had. Best experience I have ever had with a golf instructor. Helped me immensely with my irons and taught me how the club is supposed to work.

  • Jenny Thelen-Guck

    My golf lesson with Bryan couldn’t have gone better. He is very knowledgeable & was able to help me feel more confident in the things I was doing right, but most of all able to teach me how to improve my distance & accuracy. He is a good listener & very comfortable to be around. I can’t wait to get on the course & crush my husband 😎

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I begin with a general interview to find out the golf experience and the goals of the player. We form a plan and base the instruction off that plan. Each plan is individualized to the customer. Amount and frequency of lessons is determined between myself and the player. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

 - PGA of America certified teaching professional. 
 - Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Certified Instructor
 - Capto Putting Certified Instructor
 - College Coach: Nationally Ranked Teams 
                          4x National Tournament Qualifier
                          Coach of the Year Award Winner
 - "Best of 2107"
 - "Best of 2018"

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Individual lessons are typically 45 minutes long but I am flexible to the needs of the player. Package and group deals are available at a discount depending on the goals and schedule of the student(s). Improvement plans are tailored to the individual needs of the player. 

How did you get started teaching?

I began playing tournament golf as a junior and played throughout high school, college, and professionally. I have a perspective on the game from many angles, including as a player, a caddie on the club and tour level, a collegiate golf coach, and a certified instructor. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I work with men, women, and juniors of levels of ability from beginners to tournament players. I have worked with elite athletes as well as blind players.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Have realistic goals in mind and be willing to practice between lessons. As with anything we try to learn, its one thing to have the information, its another thing to put in the time and repetition needed to improve.

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