PGA Member and Certified Teaching Professional, Sean Keller, works cooperatively with his students to create their blueprint for golf success. Over his 14 years of golf industry experience, Sean has run programs at country clubs, destination resorts, and worked with award winning instructors. He was a PGA Apprentice at The Los Angeles Country Club before becoming a full time instructor at Westchester Golf Course. In addition to private lessons, he teaches weekly group clinics for adults and juniors. He is also Chairman of The Keller Tour Jr Golf Series.
Helping my students allows me to create more birdies than I can make on my own.
Sean has a firm grasp on the fundamentals of the golf swing. I am a real novice and Sean helped me develop a strong foundation that I could build on moving forward. I would highly recommend a lesson with Sean!!
Sean is really patient and sweet. He is good with the technical and how to teach them. I am very happy with him.
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I gain an understanding of the player through conversation and by learning about their background and knowledge of the game. From there, I like my student to hit lots of shots and work on the detail that I think will help them most. By focusing on a specific part of their swing, they are able to remember and continue using the skill beyond our lessons.
I earned my Sports Management Degree while working at various facilities and with top PGA Professionals. I earned my PGA Membership and continued my education by becoming PGA Certified in Teaching and Coaching.
Standard Pricing is $45 per half hour, $90 per hour. Plus, a special package, which is $225 for 3 hours (to be split up as required).
Over the past 14 years, I have grown in the golf industry and gained the trust of my fellow professionals and my students.
I have worked with beginners to experienced players, including women, men, and juniors.
This past year, I have run 39 Junior golf events at Wetchester GC and I have enjoyed how much our players have improved their play. Our favorite event was the Parent/Child Tournament, which was a great way to get the parents involved.
Find an instructor that keeps it simple and helps you devise a practice plan to follow up with.
Students should get a sense of scheduling availability and what part of their game they are most interested in working on.