Jim Muschlitz Golf Academy

Jim Muschlitz Golf Academy

5.0 (3)
3 hires on Lessons.com

About this pro

EducationWorked with Leadbetter staff for 5 years Worked with instructors at the Faldo Institute for two years Jim McLean Teaching Seminar Worked with sports psychologists Dr. Coop Worked with sports psychologists Dr. Cook Worked with sports psychologists Chuck Hogan The Psychology of Teaching PGA Business School II PGA Business School I Rutger's University, Cook College Northampton Community CollegeGolf Accomplishments 2005Inducted Lehigh Valley Golf Hall of Fame1999Lehigh Valley Open Nike Tour Center Valley Club1996Philadelphia Classic Nike Tour Philmont Country Club1993White Rose Classic Nike Tour1985Qualified for USGA Publinx Championship Kuwaii, Hawaii1985Four time Lehigh Valley Amateur Champion 1985, 1983, 1979 and 19781985Seven time City of Bethlehem Champion 1985, 1984, 1983, 1981, 1979, 1978 and 19751982Qualified for United States Amateur

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Credentials

Bath, PA 18014
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Adam Heckman

    Very easy to work with.

  • Cole Young

    My lesson experiences with Jim have always been informational and have taught me that instruction is a two way road. The teacher must be able to give the information to the student in such a way that the student can understand what is happening in the golf swing. Secondly the student must be willing to do the drills with the believe that the instructor is right in what he is teaching. So with the experiences I had with Jim I can say after just 30 minutes the changes one can make if they're willing to listen can be astounding. I think that is Jim's greatest asset as a teacher is his ability to reach whatever student he is helping and make that person understand what they must do in order to produce a more consistent golf swing that hopefully will produce lower scores!

  • Cole Young

    My lesson experiences with Jim have always been informational and have taught me that instruction is a two way road. The teacher must be able to give the information to the student in such a way that the student can understand what is happening in the golf swing. Secondly the student must be willing to do the drills with the believe that the instructor is right in what he is teaching. So with the experiences I had with Jim I can say after just 30 minutes the changes one can make if they're willing to listen can be astounding. I think that is Jim's greatest asset as a teacher is his ability to reach whatever student he is helping and make that person understand what they must do in order to produce a more consistent golf swing that hopefully will produce lower scores!



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