Brad Brewer Golf Academy

Brad Brewer Golf Academy

5.0 (2)
1 hire on
16 years in business

About this pro

My love for the game of golf provided junior tour, high school, collegiate and professional tour success. I grew up in Italy, earned a college scholarship to play at Lynn University, Florida, turned professional in 2009 and taught at Core Golf Academy and I am dedicated to my students here at the Brad Brewer Golf Academy.  This great sport can be played for a lifetime and why I believe, no matter what your interest level or playing aspiration, you should be kind to yourself and have more fun playing better golf!

It is priceless when you help someone accomplish what is important to them.  That is the greatest satisfaction of what I do, helping other people get what they want.

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Orlando, FL 32819
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2 Reviews


  • Antonio Walpen, Februero 2017

    El instructor Federico ha logrado en el periodo de clases de practicas de golf, hacerme dar cuenta y corregir error que tenia. Entiendo que Federico es un excelente professional y una buena persona. En mi proximo viaje, ire' nuevamente a trabajar con el.

  • Jim Bilsborough, England, UK

    He Doesn’t just Teach from a Book! I have stayed at Rosen Shingle Creek twice, both times I have had lessons with Federico. I’m an enthusiastic beginner with a handicap of around 24. Federico is so very friendly and easy to talk to. I told him where I thought my game was ok and where I thought I needed improvement. We had an 18 hole playing lesson, as each hole is different he was able to observe every stroke, giving advice as we went along, recording me with his tablet so I could see the good and bad points. Fed has such a good eye for the “golf swing” I couldn’t believe that the small differences he made enhanced my game so much! As he also plays with the lesson, you can appreciate what an excellent golfer he is and isn’t just teaching you from “the book”. Later, time was spent at the excellent Academy area, going through all aspects of my game and the changes I had made on the course. Fed is a total professional and so patient (when you just can’t get it right!) and is genuinely happy for you when you hit the perfect shot!! I’m returning in 2017, hopefully with a lower handicap but will definitely have more lessons, highly recommend Fed for any level of golfer.”


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

Students are sent a pre academy questionnaire to start so can learn more about them and where they are with their game. It also makes me aware if there are any physical limitations.  During the first lesson I make many notes about each skill area, this allows me to show proof of their progress when the next assessment is done. 

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

I am a member in good standing with the Italian PGA.  I taught under the direction of Core Academy and am now certified by Top 100 Teacher Brad Brewer.  I am a constant study of the greatest instructors.  I also continuously evaluate clubs, balls and training tools as they come onto the market so I can make educated recommendations to students. 

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

$130 for a private 1-hour lesson

$520 for a Series of Five 1-hour private lessons

2-hour and 18-hole playing lessons, and Half Day and Multi Day Academy programs also provided, pricing is based on season (on course fees vary.)

How did you get started teaching?

Back in Italy, I would help friends and family members with their games and realized how much I enjoyed this aspect of the game.  I also recognized I have a keen eye for the golf swing. 

What types of students have you worked with?

New players to tour players.  Male and female, adults and juniors.  In private settings, small group and large corporate team building and networking events.  With tournament level juniors and post graduate students I also help create tournament schedules. 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Any time a student is excited and happy about their progress, whether it is a new shot or a tournament win, that is an event I am most fond of. 

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

Every student is unique.  An instructor must treat you as such.  They should ask effective questions and truly listen to how you respond to know how you learn best.  If you walk away from your first lesson excited about the next one, then you found a good fit!

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

Students need to know WHY they set a goal with their golf game.  Be sure it is what you want for your game, that makes putting in the practice worth while.  Speaking of practice, it is critical to practice in between lessons.  Do you know how much time you truly have available in a given week to practice?