Josh is a great instructor. He has made a noticeable difference in my game. He can evaluate your swing and identify faults by just watching you a few times. I would highly recommend Josh for anyone looking to improve.
I have had several golf lessons from Josh and he has been great. He keeps it simple and he has helped me tremendously. He is very patient and knowledgeable. I highly recommend him.
I first stared taking golf lessons from Josh one year ago. I had never played golf before and was very impressed by his patience with my lack of knowledge regarding the game. Josh took the time to explain techniques for holding/swinging the club and the outcome it would have on where the ball would travel and/or land. I have continuously taken lesson with Josh in a monthly basis and it has greatly improved my game.
First, I'd like to know about your golf background (if any) and what are your goals? Then, I want to help you create a realistic path toward these goals. Next, where do you typically miss the ball (right/left/low/high) and what is the 'one' thing you hope to improve most? Golf improvement comes in chunks, so let's tackle the biggest issues first, so you can begin enjoying the game more!
I graduated from the San Diego Golf Academy in 1998 however teaching lessons and clinics at Welk Resort to mostly beginners for almost 18 years is where I've gained the expertise that will have students rapidly improving their golf game.
Lessons are $60 per hour, however, the price is reduced to $50 per hour for multiple lessons and there is no additional charge for more students. That is, 1 student or 5 students is still the same price of $60 per hour. This makes it pretty common to get groups of 2-3 students splitting the cost to make it more affordable.
Have played the game of golf for almost 30 years and after playing competitively in high school and college, attended the SD Golf Academy and discovered the great reward in helping others improve their golf game.
I've worked with all types of students however I have extensive experience in teaching kids, couples, ladies and beginners.
Here at the Welk Resort, we've offered lesson packages where students can follow up their lesson with playing the Oaks Par 3 golf course. It's a great opportunity that most students don't have at a regulation facility. In fact, I like to take my students out on the course so they can see their improvements on the course as opposed to on a range.
Inform the instructor of what you would like to improve and ask him/her their plan to make these improvements.
What do I hope to improve most?
Driving? Ball flight? Accuracy? Scoring better?
How much time can I commit to making this improvement?
What is my specific next goal?