My main teaching location is at an indoor & year-round facility in Birmingham, Michigan, called 4 Seasons Indoor Golf. I work with my students on specific technical aspects of their game, while utilizing the Foresight Sports GC2 launch monitors, which shows them their simulated ball flight on beautiful large simulators!
I simply love helping people improve their golf swings, and my true satisfaction comes from seeing my students succeed, like when they hit nice & solid shots!
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I keep things very simple with a new/beginning golfer! We'll definitely cover key fundamentals such as the grip, posture, alignment & ball position, and I'll also use some video to compare a new/beginning student to a touring professional to show the student why proper fundamentals are essential to hitting good shots!
I've been playing golf for over 40 years and have been teaching the game since 1993. I've been a Class A member of the PGA (Professional Golfers Association) since 2001. I gained tremendous knowledge of the golf swing after 5 years under the tutelage of Rick Smith at Treetops Resort in Gaylord, Michigan, and I became one of the country’s few instructors to be “Rick Smith certified.”
I have my standard rates for single (1) lesson and also for a Series of lessons. I even offer some lesson specials during the year. More info can be found on the Coaching page of my website at https://www.bobmenzies.com/coaching.html
I've always been fascinated with how & why the golf ball goes & does what it does, as the result of a good or bad golf swing. Learning as much about the golf swing -- and therefore teaching the game as my career -- became a passion for me very quickly. I gave tips & lessons to my family & friends at an early age, but began teaching as a career in 1993.
All types -- everyone from an absolute beginner up to touring professionals on both the PGA & LPGA Tours. More info can be found on the Clientele page of my website at https://www.bobmenzies.com/clientele.html
Seek an instructor, like myself, who has lots of experience in teaching the game, and who also uses the latest technology like video and/or data from simulators.
As the instructor if they teach in the area year-round, like myself. (Some instructors, especially ones in colder climates, only teach at a facility for half of the year, and then they go to a warmer climate the other half of the year).
Ask the instructor what are their hours of availability, so that you and the instructor can agree on lesson times.