Chris has over a decade of experience teaching golfers of all levels. He believes that there is more than one way to swing the golf club correctly. Each individual is unique and encompasses different skill sets depending on their athletic backgrounds, flexibility, body types and life experiences; therefore, each student can not fit into the same mold.
Chris is a "total game teacher" and truly enjoys teaching all aspects of the game. He believes that there is a balance between proper fundamentals, concept comprehension and skill acquisition needed to achieve success at every level. Through a system of first class instruction, effective communication and interactive technology, students will learn the most efficient way to produce the most desirable results!
Slow Motion Video Analysis
Personalized Swing Video With Online Locker
Flightscope X2 Elite Assessment
BodiTrak Shift System Pressure Mapping
Very patient teacher, gave different strategies to achieve then desired result. Never got frustrated even when I did!
Patient. Kept things very simple for me.
Clear and concise. Made things very easy to understand. Lesson video was fantastic!
Really helped me. After my first lesson I shot one of my best scores ever.
It depends what type of program they will be particpating in. If it is just a regular lesson then I would:
1) Take them through a questionaire/evaluation to make sure I understand exactly what their needs/wants are.
2) Take them through the 3 step learning process
What are you doing now?
What should you be doing instead?
How do you make the change?
PGA Class "A" Member
Jim McLean Master Instructor
US Kids Certified Instructor
Certified by Positive Coaches Alliance
Plane Truth Level 1 Certified
4 Putting Elements Certified (Eyeline Golf)
US Kids Top 50 Teachers (HM) : 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, & 2016
Lesson are usually done by the hour. My hourly rate is $135 per hour for adults and $90per hour for juniors under 17. I also offer monthly improvement programs and lesson packages. Please contact for more info.
I started playing golf at 12 yrs old and like every kid wanted to become a professional. I decided to go to college and pursue a degree in Busniess with a concentration in PGA Golf Management. Upon graduation from college, I took an internship with the Jim McLean Golf Schools and the rest is history!
I have worked with all levels of golfers from beginners to professionals. I don't focus on just one aspect, I teach the total game!
I would advise the customer to do his homework and research the different instructors. Find out which services they offer, the cost, and the facilities that the instructor has available to them. This way they can find the best fit for them.
1) What are my goals?
2) How much time do I have to practice and play?
3) How much do I want to spend?
4) Am I open and ready to learn?
5) What do I expect from a lesson?
6) What resources/ facilities are available to me?