Justin Peters turned professional in 2000 after graduating from the University of Nevada. Since then, he has competed with the best players in the world and compiled an exceptional amount of experience/knowledge that he passes on to his students. Justin has played in PGA tour events and was a full member of the Web.com PGA Tour for 4 years. He knows what it takes to improve the games of both beginners and professionals. With his Communications degree from UN, he is extremely personable and gets his message across clearly in each online analysis. Through the years, he has proven to have a great eye for the mechanics of the golf swing. A great deal of his fellow professionals look to him for tips. He has learned many tricks of the trade over the years and passes them on to his students daily.
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When working with a new student, I believe it is very important to understand the goals of the student. I will then analyze the physical capabilities and come up with a game plan moving forward. I have a keen sense for what each student needs to hear and see to be able to improve.
I have been playing professionally for 17 years. I have studied and learned so much from the game. I have had the opportunitey to work with beginners and seasoned pros. I truly enjoy watching a player improve their skills while using my instruction.
I amusing an online structure at the moment, so I can be available to more students. I use the V1 software to analyze the videos. I offer one time lessons, monthly, and yearly memberships as well. Right now I am offering one lesson for $75, one month unlimited lesson membership for $150, and a yearly membership for $1000.
I have always had a knack for helping people. I have been playing professionally full time. I noticed that there are not many options to get lessons and instruction for tour players. There are many options out there for standard teaching professionals, but I feel getting instruction from a touring professional has a completely different face value.
I have worked with first time beginners and also PGA and Web.com tour winners.
My advice would be to find a teacher you are excited about working with. Someone who you have confidence in their ability to give you the best instruction. Find someone who has experience. Never take a lesson from someone who can't beat you! :)
Students should think about what their realistic short term and long term goals are. It is important to have a plan of attack and not just put band aids on the swing.