Keep It Simple Golf

Keep It Simple Golf

5.0 (8)
1 employee
2 years in business

About this pro

I've been passionate about the game of golf and all the life lessons it has taught me and is still teaching me since I was 13 yrs old. In the first 4 years I played the game I was fortunate enough to win 3 Jr. Club championships. I went on to play Collegiate golf at Ft. Lewis College in Durango Colorado. I moved to Phoenix in 2001 where I played some Mini Tour Events and worked as an Assistant Golf Professional for 7 years. I've also caddied on The Gateway Tour and at PGA Tour Q School Finals. My goal is to teach and grow the great game of golf to others and "KEEP IT SIMPLE" as we all know how difficult and complex this great game can be.

I just simply get a ton of satisfaction sharing my knowledge of the golf swing and the game itself with others. There's nothing better than seeing a student improve and I take great pride in making sure they do so.

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Littleton, CO 80128
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8 Reviews


  • Diane Haney

    Shane is very informative and is an awesome instructor. I learned a lot and really enjoyed the lessons. I am looking forward to taking a few more. I highly recommend Shane Manning for golf lessons.

  • Ken

    Shane was great to work with, patient and willing to work at your speed. Prices are very reasonable for what he will add to your golf game.

  • Matt Tucker

    Just how it’s described. Not a lot of confusing hard to remember instructions. Keeps it simple. Stance,balance & grip.

  • Nate Saunders

    Shane is a natural teacher. He understands the game and the golf swing really well. He has a knack for teaching you simple things that make a big impact on your game. Not only has he helped me with my game but he has helped my son also. He had my then 5 year old son properly gripping a club in less than 5 minutes. Good dude that truly wants to teach you to be a better golfer.

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

Start with a solid understanding of the fundamentals and move forward from there.

Lessons offered