I am a certified golf instructor and PGA Golf Pro with a Class A card and over six years of experience teaching both children and adults. I have given hundreds of hours of individual lessons to both children and adults. I have loved the game of golf and it's challenges ever since I started playing in high school.My Bio: I am a certified golf instructor and PGA Golf Pro with a Class A card and over six years of experience teaching both children and adults. I have given hundreds of hours of individual lessons to both children and adults. Since 2010, I have led 4 clinics each year for junior golfers who range in age from 5 to 18. I have loved the game of golf and its challenges ever since I started playing in high school. I attended Johnson and Wales University in Miami, where I earned a bachelor’s degree in Golf Management and played on the varsity golf team. I am now a Golf Professional at LeBaron Hills Country Club in Lakeville, MA, where I offer golf lessons to members and manage over 40 tournaments annually. I have also worked at the Bonita Bay Club and the Diplomat Resort and Spa in Florida. I look forward to hearing from you and learning about how I can help you improve your game!My Philosophy: I love both teaching and the game of golf and want to make sure that you have as much fun as I do. Lessons are designed to help players become more consistent, which helps them produce better results. My goal is always to offer students tips and strategies so that they understand the fundamentals of the game and have the knowledge they need to improve quickly, both through lessons and practice on their own. I believe that all golf lessons should be:Customized: I make sure I understand what each player wants to get out of their lessons. For some, that might mean working on the fine points of the game, while others just want to brush up before a vacation or company outing. Whatever you want from your lessons, I am here to help you get it.Straightforward: I often find that people can improve their golf games tremendously by focusing on the basics: grip, posture, alignment, and ball position. Keeping things simple helps players improve quickly by giving them an opportunity to really focus on the game.Fun: Lessons should be relaxed and comfortable, not high-pressure or intimidating. Not only does that make the lessons more enjoyable, it helps players focus and improve their game quickly!