The teaching pro, Trey Wyatt , is patient and clearly understands the golf swing. He couples this understanding with simple drills and explanations which produce results. Each time I train with him I improve both fundamentally and go on to shoot lower scores. I fully recommend him as a instructor.
ve been to several instructors over the years and Trey is the first instructor who really understands the golf swing and he understands that everyone has a unique golf swing. It really helps when your instructor has played at the highest level because he can really illustrate and communicate on how the pros execute shots. Trey works on all apects of the game from the mental approach, chipping, pitching, iron shots, putting and green reading. The difference is that Trey doesn't give you instruction and sends you on your way but he handles supervised sessions to insure that you are practicing the correct way!!! This year my handicap has gone from a 20 to a 12 in just 6 months. If you are looking to improve your golf game, this is the place to go!!
I had a short game lesson with Trey. My Handicap has dropped from at 8.0 hcp to a 3.0 hcp after working with Trey. He is the man!
The best golf instructor in the area! I look forward to my next lesson.
Personal Teaching Philosophy
I try to avoid a "cookie-cutter" approach to teaching the game of golf, as I believe it is detrimental to teach every golfer the same. Imagine if Bruce Lietzke were forced into Zach Johnson's swing, or vice-versa. I highly doubt either would have had their respective successful careers. While these two gentlemen are on another level, the same truth applies to all golfers. My approach to teaching an individual who is 70 years old and needs every inch of distance possible will be different than the 42-year-old scratch player or 18-year-old junior with great power and flexibility. The senior may have modifications to the set-up, such as a more closed stance and stronger grip, allowing them a path more from the inside closing the face through impact producing a heavy draw. They younger player with more club-head speed may find it necessary to be in a square position and a more neutral grip allowing him or her to hit a higher, straighter shot. This individual finds it more important to hit fairways and have the ability to hit high soft shots to tucked pin positions often found in competition.
While the above describes the flexibility in my approach, I have a set of principles that I focus upon in order to accomplish what the golfer and I determine to be their best path to improvement. I will observe the combination of ball flight and set-up, working backwards, to determine the root cause of a swing flaw.
Unless there is a physical limitation, the posture will contain certain angles that will allow the golfer to produce a specific shot. Video analysis allows the golfer to immediately see the correction necessary and implement it on the tee.
I believe a person gains power from the ground up. Therefore, I will focus heavily on stabilizing the body throughout the swing. Often, golfers simply work too hard in an effort to gain more distance. Maintaining the posture through impact with a stable lower body will produce more centered hits, resulting in longer, more consistent golf shots.
Lastly, our goal is not to play "swing" but to play "golf." On-course instruction is most effective and given frequently. It is not uncommon to leave the range a few minutes early to play a couple of holes in an effort to apply learned principles to the playing field.
PGA certified in teaching and coachiing (600 hours)
Given over 5000 lessons since 2006
One lesson for $65
5 lessons for $275
Junior lesson 15yrs and under $30
beginner, intermediate, advanced,mini tour players and US Curtis Cup Player
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