TopGolf Miami Gardens

TopGolf Miami Gardens

5.0 (7)
1 years in business

About this pro

Being around golf over 40 years with a love for the game. I’ve been teaching now for 20 years. I’ve worked with all ages. I work by the TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) philosophy that there is no one perfect swing, but there is one perfect swing for every golfer. I love helping others to enjoy the game more. I’ve been told I have great patients and a way of teaching that allows you to understand. 

I love helping others learn the game of golf. There is no better feeling than when a student tells you about there improvements they have made. 

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North Miami Beach, FL 33169
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7 Reviews

5.0

  • Ignace E.

    Rob has a great knowledge of the game. His teaching methods are very adaptable to both beginners and people simply looking to improve their game. I highly recommend RTS Golf Academy.

  • Omar Ortiz Alvarado

    Great golf instructors to work with. Personalized lessons. Listen to his clients . Easy to work with, respectful and knowledgeable. I am glad I decided to take lessons with him. Highly recommended.

  • Lucille Mankus

    My experience with Rob was very helpful. Rob was able to watch me hit my golf balls and within a short time was able to show me what I had to change to get my golf ball to go down the middle of the fairway. Needless to say I am very happy with my instructor and will continue to have lessons from Rob.

  • Lyndsey Imbert

    Rob is fantastic with my daughter. She’s 8 and can have trouble focusing at times. He’s very patient with her and has taught her so much. She’s always had a love for the game, but I think he’s helped instill that adoration even further now that she has the tools and techniques to vastly improve how she plays. Thank you Rob!


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

I ask every student about themselves. I find out what your job is. Do you play other sports. What physical limitations you may have. These questions let me know how you think and how you might learn. I than ask about your golf experience and what goals you have for taking lessons. Then I will evaluate your swing or putting etc. 

Once I have all of this information we can make a plan to achieve your goals for improvement. 

This could be a single tip, a complete lesson plan, video analysis, or even physical fitness improvement. 


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

I am a PGA member with 20 years experience. I have attended multiple teaching seminars, the National Teaching Symposium in Orlando and have attended the Level 1 Titleist Performance Institute training seminar. 

I have extensive experience working with seniors, women, juniors and of course men. 

I teach with the First Tee and PGA camps. 


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

I charge $95 per lesson. (45 minutes)

If you pay for 5 ($475) the 6th is free. 

Juniors rate is $50 per lesson. (30 minutes)

i also offer monthly plans for those looking to take there game to the next level. 


How did you get started teaching?

I started golf when I was 6 years old. I went to work out of college and realized I wasn’t doing what I was meant to do. I decided to do what my passion is and embarked on my path to becoming a PGA Golf Professional and have been working as a Golf Professional now for 20 years. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I’ve worked with all types of students. I’ve work with 0 handicap to 50 handicap. I’ve given lessons to 6 year old and a 99 year old. 

I’ve worked a in private retirement community as well as public facilities. 

I’ve given clinics for beginners, women and intermediate golfers. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I am always fond of my students coming back and telling me of there improvements. 


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

Find one that you understand and get results that make you feel better about your game. 


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

What are your goals. Are you looking for a quick fix or willing to make changes for long term success. What type of practice are you willing to do for improvement. 

Let your instructor know this so that a plan can be implemented for your success. 


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