I have been a PGA Professional for 23 years. Playing 30-40 tournament rounds per year at the highest levels available locally keeps me close to what works to create a modern developing skill set. I enjoy golf more than most and hope to share the pleasure of playing well with everyone I meet.
I use a Trackaman Launch Monitor to acurately teach and communicate to every level of golfer. I can guarantee improvement to anyone who will listen and train to the concepts presented. Every lesson comes with homework to ensure retention.
I will present the most accurate and modern version of golf instruction that exists, and take you onto a golf hole to test your abilities whenever you are ready to do so. You can't get a more complete golf learning experience anywhere else...
I enjoy sharing a passion that I have had all of my life with those willing to test themselves. I am excited for my student's succeses, and have the goal to positively effect each of their lives through golf.
Nick is very personable, patient, and positive with his students. He understands his students skill level and teaches them accordingly. Nick not only the skills of golf but how to play the game.
I believe one of Nick's best qualities as a teacher is being able to take all the analytics from TrackMan (and his decades of experience) and explain them in simple English. As a student its great to hear about spin axis, attack angle and dynamic whatever but somedays you just need to hear "swing out"! Well, Nick has a knack for knowing when to do which. To go along with Nick's in-depth knowledge of the game he's just simply a great guy... He's not going to run you down the rabbit hole of endless lessons, but rather get you on the right track to decide how far you'd like to take it. The guys knows his stuff!
Trackman Video Evaluation
Summary of Goal and Process
Immediate short term goal setting
PGA Professional for 23 years
Trackman Expert Operator 36,000 hours of training
1 Hour - $80.00
4 Hours - $280
6 Hours - $390
My father was a golf coach, and pointed me towards golf as a first job. I enjoyed the setting, and stayed with it through my life. I had several great mentors along the way
Beginners to High level Collegiate players and Local Professionals.
Long time student Ed Clark shooting his age for the fourth year in a row. 70, 71, 72 ,73...
If it seems like they are guessing and making things up without the use of technology, then they have not been re-educated to the modern version of golf instruction.
Do you have the time and will power to commit to practicing golf skills?