I'm an LPGA Class A instructor located in Panthersville, GA offering virtual golf lessons, which keep you safe during these challenging times. This also allows me to keep the price more affordable than traditional golf instruction while providing you with the same results and education.
Furthermore, I can go beyond swing instruction to help you shoot lower scores. Improving your swing is a start, but the path to performance includes a few more steps.
I can perform a professional analysis of your golf game to highlight your strengths and weaknesses, while identifying the areas of your game with the biggest opportuntity for stroke reduction. Not all skills are created equal. For example, you might hit your driver 14 times during a traditional round, but you'll stroke your putter anywhere from 25 to 45 times each round.
My 11 years of experience as a NCAA Division I golf coach has given me the skill of planning effective practices. On average, my players have improved their stroke averages by four shots from year-to-year, while some players saw their averages drop up to a nine shots!
Combine a game analysis with practice plans into a package at a discounted rate!
You can visit www.lessonswithjessica.com for more information.
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Jessica isn’t your traditional golf swing instructor. She in tune with the latest training methods and continues to evolve with what her clients are requesting. With Jessica as your swing instructor you just don’t get the typical lessons on the range hitting ball after ball, she mixes it up to keep you guessing on what you will work on next. She does this with a variety of training exercises that test every aspect of your game. The training doesn’t just stop at the range, Jessica is also a great resource to go over course management as well. I highly recommend Jessica to anyone that wants to improve their game at any level.
She was very personable and she helped me stop slicing the ball so much. She gave me simple cues that made a huge difference in my golf game.
She was patient with my lack of skills. Coming from softball to golf in my mid 40’s was not easy.
The process begins with a consultation or a detailed questionnaire. I want to know about their background in golf, any phsyical limitations, and what their goals are. Then we can decide what level of support is right for them.
I'm an LPGA Class A instructor with 11 years of experience as a NCAA Division I Head Women's Golf Coach.