I am currently the player development director of instruction at Steel Canyon Golf Club in Sandy Springs GA. I am also US Kids Certified, and an LPGA Instructor. I currently run the womens and junior programs at the course and teach private instruction. I am passionate about being able to relate to any level of golfer and bringing the best out of them to reach our goals together.
I love to focus on your goals as a student and make the most out of our time together. I find it extremely important as an instructor to make sure that at the end of each lesson we have reached our goal for the lesson and find out what we can take away from our time to move forward or help you on your own time.
Productive practice makes perfect! There are so many ways to get a good practice session in but it is important to make it simple.
Have fun! It is hard to get any positive practice in without enjoying what you are doing, so get out there and have fun!
Being able to do what I love to do and helping others!
I love to see my students succeed!
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My main Focus is on the students wants and needs. Whether you are a beginner or have been playing for years the focus on a good golf swing starts from the basics.
With a new student, I want to find out what our goal is as a pair. What are you trying to learn and your goal as a new student and we can base our lessons from there.
LPGA Teaching Instructor
Kids Certified Instructor
Positive Alliance Coach
Instructor at Steel Canyon Golf Club, Sandy Springs Fox Creek Golf Club and Legacy Golf Links in Marietta.
Teaches Junior Classes for ages 5-17 at Fox Creek Golf Club
Teaches Ladies Classes at Fox Creek Golf Club and Legacy Golf Links
2004-2008 Auburn University full athletic scholarship for Golf
2004-2005 UAB Volunteer Assistant Coach
Monthly Specials on Instruction will vary and package pricing.
Junior Rates are 85.00 per hour
Adult rates are 125.00 per hour, if you take 3 or more lessons I will reduce your rate to 105.00 per hour.
Package rates vary
My father who I learned golf from is a PGA Instructor as well has played on tour and is currently caddying full time on the Senior Tour.
I learned from my father-with him being my teacher all throughout my junior and college career and found a passion in helping others.
My parents own their own business that sells golf training aids called PVC Sports and with learning both sides of the business I knew instruction and helping others is what my passion is about.
I have worked with students of all ages! From as little as 3 years old up to any age!
I have so many fond memories. Every student is special to me in different ways. I must say my favorite part about any lesson is finding that "ah-ha" moment.
When you have a goal and you and your student are both able to see it come to light is such an amazing and powerful moment!
Trust your gut! Finding the right instructor is an investment! If you dont see yourself being able to relate or believing in the type of instruction they are bringing to you- dont be afraid to find someone who you do believe in.
Just as you have to believe in your ability- you must believe in the type of instruction that is being give and have fun with it!
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