I grew up playing most sports but none intrigued me as much as golf. Golf is a wonderful blend of physical skill, mental strength, and emotional control. The golf course is also a great place to expand professional and personal networks. I have been playing the game for almost 20 years and hope to play for another 50. I graduated from Golf Academy of America in 2012 and am currently a PGA apprentice. I have worked and learned from some of the top instructors from coast to coast and am determined to help others enjoy playing the game i love so much.
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First lesson starts with an interview. I like to get an idea of the students skill level, knowledge base, and goals for improvement. This information helps to develop a lesson plan for development.
I played on High School team all four years including the State Championships. Graduated from Golf Academy of America with a degree in Golf Course Management and Operations as well as certificates in teaching, club fitting, and club repair. Currently a PGA apprentice working towards my PGA mebership.
Individual Lessons are $60 for a 50 min lesson for the public and $50 for a 50 min lesson for members.
5 Lesson package is $250 for public players and $200 for members
Junior Lessons (under 18) are $35 for a 50 min lesson
I have always had a deep passion for the sport and decided to turn that passion into a career. I attended Golf Academy of America and upon graduation took a job as an assistant club professional at a country club. I have been teaching ever since trying to spread love of the game to as many people as possible.
I have primarily worked with juniors and newer players to the game. I have also worked with some more accomplished, higher skilled players.
I would advise the student to meet with a potential teacher before starting lessons. I feel it is important for the student and potential teacher to have complimentary personalities to maximize the students interest and retension of the lessons.
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