Was elected into the PGA April 2013
Have attended many teaching seminars as well as various instrucional seminars that have gave me expierence working with many kinds of students
Teaching gives me the most satisfaction, seeing a student achieve what they set out to achieve is my business
Kyle has provided one on one golfing lessons to my son, Jonathan for several years. Kyle is very knowledgeable, professional, and a terrific instructor.
I contacted Kyle after his quote to help me with my iron game. I was hitting the ball excessively high and my shots lacked distance as well. Kyle recorded my swing and we were able to see that I was flipping my hands at impact, causing the club to increase its loft which is where the lack of distance was coming from. Kyle showed me the correct positions to be in at impact, as well as some key drills to stop me from flipping my hands at impact. Very good lesson and certainly learned a lot!
Typically if I am approached by a new student we will work on the basics, Grip, Aim, and Set-up as these are the most important beginning fundamentals to learn. After these are taught, I move into swing fundamentals that relate to the students body type and physical ability. Not everyone can swing like a PGA Tour Pro and I am a big proponent of teaching a swing that fits well with the students physical limitations.
Graduted from Methodist University as a Class A PGA Professional
Have been a PGA Member since April 2013
$85 an hour
$45 a half hour
I played golf all through High School and wanted to make a career out of it. I was accepted into Methodist University where I graduated as a PGA Member in 2012 and was elected into the PGA April 2013.
I enjoy watching golf on television and was happy to see Tiger Woods win The Masters and complete an amazing career comeback!
Golf is a game that can be played all your life. Golf is also one of the toughest games, and some basic instruction will go a long way into your enjoyment of the game. Lessons are a worthwile investment and will have you enjoying yourself more on the course than a student would who is relying on solely self discovery.
Past injury history and physical limitations