Paul Maurer, PGA

Paul Maurer, PGA

5.0 (1)

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Columbia, MD 21044
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1 Review


  • Tom M.

    I started playing golf when I was 60 so I had a lot of catching up to do. My objective was to consistently break 100. I played regularly for a few years. Scores averaged 101-110. I was just reinforcing bad habits. Had a few lessons from other pros but my score remained upper 90's-low 100's. Then Paul Maurer entered the picture. Things changed. During his lessons he suggested 2-3 things I needed to work, not 18. I worked on those easy to understand changes. I noticed improvement and I was breaking 100 regularly. My goal changed. I wanted to play bogey golf- 18 over par. I took more lessons from Paul, practiced his suggestions and was able to achieve that goal as well. To be honest, it isn't just his guidance on what swing changes I needed to make that made the difference. Paul is an excellent teacher, in addition to being a pro. He tailored his suggestions to fit my age, my flexibility and my temperament. I now regularly shoot in the low to mid 80's and have had a few rounds in the upper 70's. I know others who take lesson from Paul and they give him the same high marks. Beginners, advance players and everyone in between will benefit immensely from Paul's lessons! He is definitely a 5-Star teaching Pro!


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

Discuss the students short term and long term goals. Depending on skill level put them through an assessment and put a plan together to achieve those goals.

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

PGA Professional

How did you get started teaching?

My grandfather introduced me to the game of golf when I was younger. I quickly grew a love for the game and started working at a golf course in high school. After graduating college, I became a PGA Apprentice in 2012 and was elected to PGA Membership October 2016.

What types of students have you worked with?

All types. Beginners to advanced players, juniors to seniors and both men and women.

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

Find a teacher that matches your learning style and personality!