Harry.co

Harry.co

5.0 (3)
1 employee
9 years in business

About this pro

I am a young professional golfer who has been a private golf instructor for more than 7 years.

I love the game of golf, and I really enjoy helping people have more fun playing this great game.

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Credentials

Scottsdale, AZ 85261
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Benjie Lewis

    Harrison has a complete understanding of the golf swing and an ability to communicate in a way that is easy to take to the course. I've found that some teachers aren't very good at adapting to the student. They have their way of playing golf and everyone should do it that way. Harrison has the ability to take what I was already working on (6.8 handicap) and tweak it here and there to improve my game with some subtle changes/adjustments. I didn't need a complete rebuild, and to be honest I don't have time for that at 44 years old. Harrison is also great with kids. I would recommend him to anyone that is looking to get better at golf and still have fun doing it.

  • Eric Brown

    I had been a bogey golfer my entire life. Honestly I was tired of wasting my time on the course only to lose balls and patience. In a last ditch to save my love/hate relationship with the golf course I contacted Harrison. He made me enjoy the game of Golf. My drives are straighter and stay out of the rough and my short game has never been better. I’m still not ready for the PGA tour and I never will be, but I am ready and happy to enjoy a day on the course. It’s a lot more fun when you hit pars and birdies more consistently. Thanks to Harrison I enjoy my days on the course and my new found love for the game of Golf.

  • John McLaren

    Absolutely amazing. I never shot so well in my life.



FAQs


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

First and introduction and a brief question and answer session to establish communication and assess athletic history. 

Depending on the students needs we will more than likely cover fundamentals like, grip, posture, set up, and alignment. 

Beginners will start with learning the short game basics, chip shots, pitch shots, and putting. Once a solid set up and understanding of the impact position we will work our way towards learning to use different clubs.


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

I am currently a professional golfer.  I attended Q-School in Thailand at the beginning of the year, and will be playing in Q-school in March for Canada.  Prior to playing professionally, I was a private golf instructor for 7 years, an Assistant Golf Professional for 4 years and a High School Golf Coach for 1 season.  


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

I offer Private and Group instruction. 

Private lessons start at $60/hr or 3 for $160.

Group lessons (4 people) $25p/hr or 3 for $60pp

(3 people) $25pp/hr or 3 for $65pp

(2 people) $40pp/hr or 3 for $100pp


How did you get started teaching?

While playing in college I had friends ask me for advice or swing tips.  That grew into a passion for helping people improve their game.  Throught the help of the PGA I was able to learn more about the game in order to share the knowledge with future students.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with students who are skilled collegiate golfers, professional golfers, bogey golfers, and golfers who have never played the game before. Any student can be learn, as long as they are willing to listen.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I have been traveling a lot during this calendar year and of my recent memories I was backpacking through Germany, Switzerland, Greece and Albania.  Experienceing Eastern European cultures and connecting with fellow travelers was a great adventure that allowed me to apprecitate the opportunites that I have been given.


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

Make sure you are having fun, and keep the process relatively simple.  There are many roads that lead to better golf, and there is no secret pill.  Hard work and understanding will always bring you closer to your mission.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What are you trying to gain from the lesson?

What type of golfer are you currently?

What type of golfer do you aspire to become?


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