Chip is a great instructor. He works well with kids and teaches good foundational skills and approaches to the game, while encouraging them to have fun. I highly recommend Chip to anyone looking to get your kids started with the game or to help get them to their next level of potential.
Chip was my golf instructor for many years. He did a great job keeping me focused on the fundamentals such as posture, alignment, and grip. I found the drills Chip gave me helped to reinforce what we covered in our lesson. I also liked watching my swing and hearing Chip’s feedback on the V1 app. I highly recommend Chip as a golf professional!
I have been taking lessons with Chip for a while now and he has dropped my scores from the upper 90s to low 80s and upper 70s. He is very knowledgeable of every part of the golf game and has a drill for everything. We have worked on ever aspect of the golf game and now I know when to play every shot and how to do it. Chip is an excellent instructor.
I have been working with Chip for some months now. His methods of teaching and his understanding of the golf swing are paramount to any pros I had worked with in the past. The video aspect offers immediate feedback and a constant tutorial for future reference. My handicap has dropped 5 points in these past few months. Chip quickly analyzes your golf swing and isolates the areas that need attention. The fundamentals he teaches will become etched in your mind for every pre shot routine. Kudos Chip.
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During my golf career as a PGA Member, I have coached and instructed more than 25,000 private golf lessons since 1995. By successfully coaching hundreds of students, I have gained valuable experience and knowledge in teaching the proper fundamentals and techniques of both the full swing and short game that are necessary to help lower your scores.
I really enjoy helping my students get better with their golf games and learn how to "Practice with a Purpose."
I have played both as a professional and as an amateur. No matter what your golf experience may be, I guarantee we all have one thing in common. We all desire to shoot lower scores!
I believe the key to shooting lower scores is to learn how to be more consistent with every club in the bag. I have taught over 15,000 private lessons from beginners to professionals. By successfully coaching hundreds of students, I have valuable experience and knowledge in teaching the proper fundamentals and techniques that are necessary to help lower your scores.
The key to obtain this goal begins with understanding consistently cause and effect. The first step in achieving this is to have a good foundation. By learning how to have the proper setup, position and alignment, we will build from the ground up a more consistent golf swing. Which in return will begin the proper foundation in understanding how we need to implement a change with your “cause and effect.”
The next step for consistency is to learn how to “Practice with a Purpose.” If you practice with the incorrect fundamentals of the swing, then you are practicing incorrectly. Learning how to practice correctly with proper instruction is the only way you are going to make outstanding progress and start playing better golf!
PGA Member for over 10 years, specializing in coaching and instruction of short game, full swing and golf course management. Have helped coached over 25 girls and boys that have earned Division I, II and III golf scholarships.
PGA Director of Instruction at Park Ridg Golf Course in Lake Worth, Florida.
30 minute adult golf lesson is $60.
60 minute adult golf lesson with video analysis by V1 Golf is $110
I played 4 years of varsity golf at Anderson University and became Assistant Golf Coach after graduation for a season and half.
All levels and ages from 5 and older.
I had 2 girls ages 8 and 9 that played in the US Kids World Championship at Pinehurst, NC. They both placed in the top 10 with over 100+ juniors playing in their respected age divisions.
Make sure the teacher is a PGA Member specializing in golf instruction and coaching.
How long are they interested in taking a lesson and how does cost effect that.