Nick Adcock Golf

Nick Adcock Golf

5.0 (8)
1 employee
7 years in business

About this pro

I use an extensive knowledge of swing geometry, human anatomy and statistical data to make the best judgements when working with players of all levels.

Using technology such as Trackman and SAM PuttLab helps me make educated decisions, rather than guessing based on my assumptions.

I truly enjoy the learning process. Being a student's guide through the game is incredibly rewarding as they navigate the different challenges they encounter. Helping others reach their goals motivates me on a daily basis.

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Credentials

Heathrow, FL 32746
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8 Reviews

5.0

  • Jeff Troxell

    Excellent for all levels, beginner to pro.

  • Barbara Troxell

    Nick provided great , easy to understand instruction and followed the lessons up with incredible summary sheets including photos showing suggested ball positions, handle heights, back swings, etc. He was nice to work with and very knowledgeable. Everyone would benefit from Nick's instruction.

  • Betsy Junius

    I took a series of (group) short game clinics, with Nick, and learned more than I have in any other lessons. He’s delightful to work with, explains things well, and gave us printed recaps of the lessons, which I review periodically. That’s especially helpful since I don’t play all winter, and need to recall some of the finer points of the game!

  • Rusty Brause

    Fantastic !!! , my first one and only lesson ever took 20 minutes and lowered my handicap 4 strokes resulting in shooting my age for the first time. Nick instantly corrected one of my flaws and helped me have a great season. Thanks Nick


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FAQs


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

The process is different with each student depending on the complexity of their problem and what their goals are.

Some people want a single lesson where they leave with a drill to help correct an issue in their game.

For players who have an understanding of the learning process, the process would begin with an on course evaluation where I watch them play nine holes, making observations of their strengths and weaknesses.

From there we would put a game plan together to reach their particular goal (breaking a scoring barrier, improving a certain stat) which would include frequency of lessons, take home drills, and how to track stats.


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

I am Flightscope certified, a Stack & Tilt Authorized Instructor and Swing Catalyst Level One certified.


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

All pricing is based off a $120 an hour model. For lesson packages, discounts on the hourly rate are larger as the size of the lesson series increases.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with professionals that have played on the European Tour, Challenge Tour, Symetra Tour, Hooters Tour, PGA Latin America Tour, Suncoast Tour, Florida Elite Golf Tour and Moonlight Golf Tour.

The junior golfers I coach play nationally on the AJGA and Hurricane Junior Golf Tour, as well as Florida Junior Tour and Top 50 Junior Tour.

I teach a large number of amateur and recreational golfers as well.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

A female professional golfer I have coached for two and a half years recently got her first professional victory. When we began working together, she was on the verge of retiring due to an injury that was related to her old technique.

It was a long process to change the technique to reduce the inflammation in her left elbow, but those changes allowed her to play pain free and turn her ball striking from a weakness to the strength of her game.


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

Don't choose your coach solely on price. There will always be someone else that will do it cheaper.

Instead talk to the coaches in the area and ensure that they are qualified and have a track record of producing results.


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

Have a goal in mind and a set amount of time you are willing to dedicate towards reaching it. The lesson doesn't accomplish your goal for you, it just gives you the information to be applied.


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