Ryan Train Golf Instruction

Ryan Train Golf Instruction

5.0 (10)
1 hire on Lessons.com
1 employee
5 years in business

About this pro

I am a Class-A PGA Professional with over 400 hours of professional golf instruction. Along with my Level 1 TPI Certification, I am also K-Coach Level 1 Certified and utilize TrackMan Launch Monitor system and V1 Pro Video software.

My teaching portfolio ranges from beginning juniors, to elite collegiate athletes and club champions, to seniors looking to stay healthy and hit it longer. Prior to my golf coaching career I coached varsity level high school baseball in Connecticut for 6 seasons leading to 15 All-Conference awards, 5 All-State, and 1 MLB draftee.

Along with my PGA, TPI, and K-Coach certifications, I am also a sponsored athlete for TaylorMade Golf, a Nike Golf Swoosh Staff member, and V1 Pro Brand Ambassador.

I pride myself on a personal connection and dedication to my athletes improvement on both the physical and mental side of the game. All athletes will leave my instruction with lesson recap videos so you can continue to improve on your own in hopes of maximizing your potential, and getting to that next step.

If you have any questions please reach out and I will be happy to help you in any way possible, and lets get together to #TrainYourGame

The thing that I enjoy most is watching my athletes achieve their goals.  Everyones goals are different, but I pride myself on helping you along the way in accomplishing what you didn't think you'd be able to accomplish. 

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Woburn, MA 01801
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10 Reviews


  • Matt Meyersohn

    Ryan is a great teacher - he clearly loves the game and helping his students get better. I liked his approach as it was accessible and not overwhelming. I got better from working with him!

  • Stuart Clark

    Ryan takes into account the specific goals and physical circumstances of his students. He is patient and encouraging while delivering his lessons.

  • Cory Olcott

    Almost immediately you can tell that Ryan has been working on his craft. He possesses plenty of knowledge about the game, yet unlike coaches who were simply excellent players, Ryan has studied how to most effectively communicate his feedback. His directions are clear and simple. He quickly diagnosed the issue with my swing and gave me specific corrections that have made a marked improvement in my game. Moreover, he often will check in while I am at the range to offer free advice or suggestions. Finally, Ryan is smart, interesting, and has a good sense of humor, so time spent with him is enjoyable.

  • Shauna Mason

    Ryan was fun and easy to work with. I saw a serious improvement in my game this past golf season after taking lessons with him.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

First and foremost, I want to develop a connection with my athletes.  I always start with an evaluation of what YOU want out of the process.  Not everyone has the same goals, so I want to know what YOU want.  From there we will evaluate your initial swing flaws, and come up with the best course of action moving forward.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am a Class-A PGA Member, TPI Level 1 Certified, K-Coach Level 1 Certified, and PGA Coach Certified

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Lessons are $120/hr, which includes the cost for bay rental.  TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) screens avaialbe for additional $30.  

How did you get started teaching?

I was a high school baseball coach for 6 years and really developed my love for coaching there.  I was always a better coach than a player, and then took that same passion to golf.

What types of students have you worked with?

I work with juniors and beginners to college athletes and club champions.  

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Find someone you connect with on more than a golf level.  You are putting your trust into this person, you need to feel comfortable.  Someone could be the most knowledgable golf person on earth, but if they can't relay the message to you, what good are they?  

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What do YOU really want out of the expereince?  Be specific, don't just say "I want to be better at golf."  Evaluate your game, and think about where you have the greatest area of improvement.  

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