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Nothing makes me happier than seeing a student work hard at the task at hand, and seeing them succeed. Whether that is their first round breaking 70, or just simply making solid contact. I take great pride in all of my students and strive to make each and every one of them acheive their goals!
Dylan did an amazing job of understanding my needs and goals and made things easy for me to understand. I had taken lessons previously but I had not received this kind of attention. I highly recommend him to anyone. While I am a former collegiate golfer, my son whom is new to the game is also taking lessons with him. He is great for all levels.
Helped me learn at a comfortable pace while still pushing me to get better. A great feel for different learning styles. Can't wait to take another lesson!
Best swing I've ever had. Amazing guy, great communicator.
Took lessons for fraser golf and improved dramtically with him teaching me. 5 star overall
I begin with a few easy questions. How long have you been playing? What do you look to accomplish by taking lessons with me? How good do you want to be?
I am a level one PGA Apprentice. I am a PGA member of the Michigan Section.
I learned, and continue to learn, first hand from a Class-A PGA Professional that taught me the game from the very begining. I continue to learn from him each and every day.
$30 per lesson, or buy four and receive the fifth one free. 5 lessons for $120.
I fell in love with golf the very first time I played it. Since then I have made it my life's work to continually strive for excellence and better myself as a player, coach, mentor, and instructor.
I have worked with junior golfers that have never touched a club before and I have worked with other golf professionals. I have a very extensive knowledge of the game of golf and swing fundamentals that allow me to cater to any and all students that come my way.
I would tell them to try a few. Find a couple teachers that you might be compatible with, and then go take a lesson from each of them. You need to find that teacher that you can get along with and really work well with. If you don't believe in what you are being taught you are wasting your own time and money!
Really think about what your goals are. Do you just want to be able to play on the course comfortably and enjoy a day on the course? Do you want to beat your friends every time you hit the links? Or perhaps you want to win your club championship, or be the best player at your school, place of employment, and beyond. I design my lessons around what your goals are and how good you want to be, so it is important to know what you want to do and why.