Andy Thompson Putting Coach

Andy Thompson Putting Coach

5.0
1 employee
6 years in business

About this pro

I specialize in Putting Coaching only.

Certified AimPoint Level III Instructor

Certified SAMPutt Instructor Level II

Certified Flatstick Instructor

I love seeing my players improve their putting and shoot lower scores!

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Minneapolis, MN 55405
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

When meeting with a new student, I want to get to know them, understand why they are seeing me and what they have done previously to work on their putting.  I want to understand their beliefs and thoughts on what is needing improvement. 

The next steps are observation, video and SAMPutt Lab evaluation where I can gain my perspective as to what is going on.  I look for the area of opportunity that will make the biggest impact for this individual. 

After understanding what is going on we work to together to make improvements.


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

SAMPutt Level II Instructor

AimPoint Level III Instructor

Flatstick Instructor

Edel Golf Advisory board

Trained with Geoff Mangum


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

$125 for the initial evaluation

$100 for 45 minutes after the evaluation

Reduced price for those who make a committment for multiple sessions.

AimPoint Clinic (Level 1 and 2) $150

AimPoint Individual $225


How did you get started teaching?

Became intrigued about putting instruction after working with David Edel, David Orr and Geoff Mangum.  I was given the opportunity to become an AimPoint Instructor by Mark Sweeney which complemented my putting instruction.

As one of the first owners of a SAMPutt in the US I have learned a lot about putting.


What types of students have you worked with?

Multiple PGA professionals, college coaches and players as well as mid and high handicap players.  I have worked with many players suffering from the "yips".


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

What are my tendencies? 

What are my goals?

Am I willing to make changes?


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