Golf Skills Coaching

Golf Skills Coaching

5.0 (5)
Best of 2022
2 hires on
15 years in business

About this pro

We operate a world class full service golf academy offering best in class programs and services for all ages and levels of experience. Our four step coaching process of Assess, Learn, Develop and Perform helps our clients take their game to the next level and achieve their personal goals in a professional, informative and fun environment.

Helping golfers achieve their personal goals is the most rewarding part of what I do. I'm a partner with my students, fully invested in their efforts to achieve their personal performance goals.

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Winter Garden, FL 34787
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5 Reviews


  • Colin Jimieson

    Makes golf simple

  • William Sturgeon

    Patrick’s knowledge of the golf swing and fundamentals are exceptional. He is approachable, direct and professional. Be prepared to take an quiz or two.. he is also great with kids!

  • Greg Ryan

    Met with Patrick for a game assessment. He showed me where I was strong and what parts of my game needed help. Very enlightened and encouraged!

  • Bryan Roberts

    Best lesson! Patrick's knowledge and experience shows. Worked with my own swing motion and helped me adapt a simple change in ball position that made all the difference. Knows his trade!

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

During our initial coaching session I will take the student to the golf course to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses. After playing several holes and hitting full and short game shots, we’ll return to the practice area to introduce the simple ideas and concepts that will match their individual swing, physical ability and personal needs.

During our coaching session, practice drills that provide feedback, understanding and improvement will be assigned. 

At the end of the session each student will receive an online personal training space where any lesson notes, swing videos or photos will be chronologically recorded by lesson date.

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

I have been a Class A Member of the Professional Golfers Association for over 25 years. I am PGA Teacher of Year award winner. Every year I attend and conduct numerous PGA seminars on teaching, coaching and club fitting for golfers of all ages and levels of skill.

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

Purchase a 10 hour private coaching package and receive 20% off our individual one hour private coaching session price. Purchase a 20 Hour package and receive 25% off and purchase a 30 Hour package and receive 30% off.

Sign up for one of our Monthly Coaching Programs, prepay for three months and receive 50% off the fourth month.

We also offer sibling and husband/wife discounts of 10% off for two or more family members participating in any of our coaching programs.

How did you get started teaching?

Having played golf at the highest level for a number of years, I realized that I received unique experience and knowledge. Over the years to come, I also developed a passion to help golfers of all ages improve their own golf games.

What types of students have you worked with?

Over my coaching career I have worked with the newest of golfers to one of the most accomplished LPGA Hall of Fame Touring Professional’s. My students range from age 4 to 94.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

One of our most recent success stories comes from a young lady, age 15, visiting from Canada who wanted to see if she could gain more distance on her tee shots because was playing in a big event in Georgia. By the end of our session she had gained 22 yards of carry and 38 total yards with her driver. BTW, that big event was the PGA Finals of Drive, Chip and Putt in Augusta! She won!

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

Look for a teacher/coach that teaches the entire game including putting, short shots around the green, full swing, club fitting and course management skills. You should also look for a coach rather than just an instructor. A personal coach will not only help you to understand technical skills but will also help develop your skills through supervised practice, help you transfer your game to the course and finally help you to perform on the course that matches your personal goals.

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

I would recommend that a potential client have an idea of the following three items before seeking a professional’s help:

1. A clear idea of what they want to achieve.

2. A realistic plan for how much time they can dedicate to accomplishing their goal.

3. A financial budget they feel comfortable with so that the professional can design an improvement plan that is manageable for them.