Kyle Voska is a PGA Certified Instructor and teaches at The Links Golf Course in Highlands Ranch, CO.
Kyle is passionate about teaching, his goal is help his students play their best golf so they can enjoy the game more. With 12 years of teaching thousands of lessons, 25 years of tournament experience, professional caddying, and instruction from Top 100 instructors such as Carl Rabito, Mike Bender, and The David Leadbetter Academy, he is very knowledgeable of the game.
I love meeting knew people, creating relationships through golf, and putting smiles on my student's faces.
Personable,professional and knowledgeable
Very knowledgeable and patient.
I was very impressed with Kyle's engagement with my teenage son. He was professional, courteous and patient. I look forward to his help in making the sport fun for more son again, including forthcoming competition.
Totally professional: hands on instruction with video feedback! Video feedback is by far and away one of the best methods to help students emulate/grasp the fundamentals of a swing that produces the desired results! Positive reinforcement through video and Kyle's verbal clues not only enhance the learning experience but smoothes out the learning curve big time!
Getting to know the student, who they are, and what kind of goals they have. I do my best to work with the student's goals and try to apply them in the simplest way possible.
I'm very experienced in teaching having giving nearly 5,000 lessons. I'm Certified through the PGA of America and have learned from quite a few Top 100 instructors.
Individual Private Lessons:
Semi-Private Group Lessons (One hour):
After playing professionally full time for 6 years, I really became interested in teaching after spending so much time around great instructors. I find teaching challenging and very rewarding.
Pretty much every type. I teach a lot of beginners, juniors, seniors, ladies, high school and college players, a few pro's, and more. I've given lessons to golfers as young as 5 and golfers nearly 90 years old. I'm very comfortable with all levels of golfers.
Recently, I've had 3 students get hole-in-one's after taking lessons with me. Pretty crazy and exciting. Believe it or not, the third one was on the same day!
Make sure your teacher is a Member of the PGA of America. Then, look at their experience. Many teachers claim they can teach because they can play. If possible, contact your potential and have short discussion to see if you like their personality. If you can get along well with them, you'll probably learn better.
Their goals. Are they looking to hit it farther, stop the slice, 3-putt less often, chip closer, etc. If I know what your goals are, I then can cater our lessons towards making you as good as possible as fast as possible.