On Target Golf

On Target Golf

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About this pro

Custom fitting without all the drama. Basic lessons that won't break the bank.

Helping a student build confidence as they gain knowledge of the basics of playing this wonderful game.

Seeing people learn and enjoy the game of golf. It is a satisfying feeling when students

move ahead and progress in the skill level of their game. the

I have experience teaching and developing a Junior program with the PGA of America. Working through the National Police Athletic League we(Law Enforcement) worked with local Pro's from the PGA to set up clinic and range time for kids. The PGA provided equipment to the local Golf Courses to accommodate this program.

I'm currently working on my game as well as teaching students to obtain my Certification with the USTGF.

USTGF is a national program for coaches teachers etc.

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Longwood, FL 32750
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9 Reviews


  • Jared Fowler

    I've been playing golf again for about 1 months and durring that time I could not for the life of me fix the shank on my drive. After a quick warm up, and a sime explanation of proper swing mechanics, Ed was able to get my drive in the fairway every time. Being a beginner at golf, I felt very encouraged and proud of the results of my first lesson and will be working with Ed regularly to refine all aspects of my game. Thank you so much!

  • Elizabeth Kran

    Ed was absolutely fantastic! He has a gentle hand when teaching and we were able to go over the driving range, chipping and putting. As someone who has never played golf I was really wanting to learn how to swing and learn the right technique. My husband who has played before was able to work on his swing and technique and Ed was able to balance our different skill levels throughout the two hour lesson amazingly. He was gracious and incredibly patient with both of us. I hope to work with him again and recommend him to anyone who wants to get better at golf in the Orlando area. Thanks again Ed!

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  • Ron Clayton

    Emphasis on the basics. Good instructional techniques. Very patient.

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

Assessing the background and experience of the student. Determination of their goals and desire to improve.

Remember this is all about the you, and what your willing to put in to improve.

My pro was a woman and really stressed the basics of Grip, Stance & Alignment.

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

Former Golfsmith Certified club builder and repairs. Former PGA Supertstore Club fitter and repair. Taught in the PGA junior program placing 10 to16-year-old kids the golf basics.

Worked with my Pro who was a well known Lady isntructor.

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

My rate is 40 an hour lesson with a minimum of 1 hour. I don't charge travel time etc. I have a half hour putting clinic thats 25 per session. I can also work with groups with advanced notice to set up a proper site to practice.

How did you get started teaching?

As a player I started studying Golf Club History which led me into building golf clubs for other people. I had my own shop for a number of years and then went to work at the PGA Superstore as a club fitter and repair associate.

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with all ages and skill levels. I started out working with Juniors when I was afilliated with the PGA of America while representing the National Police Athletic League.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

recently seeing a student hitting drives 250 to 280 yards in our second session. They couldn't get it past the 150 yard make in our first session.

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

Experience is a good starter. Talk with the instructor to see if it's a match working together. They should be practical about their abilities and what motivates them to improve. Your gonna be spending money and time. Money you can get back, time you cannot.As anything in learning communication is the key.

 Asking questions as to why and how you do things. There are no dumb questions.

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

Assesment of Budget , what and why are they looking to improve. Do they have the desire and time to work consistently to improve.

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