Brad Redding is a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher in America, a PGA Master Professional, and 7 Time PGA Section Teacher of the Year. He runs his Brad Redding Golf Academy at Target Golf Practice and Training Facility in Knoxvill, TN
As a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher and a PGA Master Professional in Instruction Brad has been helping golfers for over 20 years. He has a unique and extraordinary knowledge of the game and the golf swing. He communicates this knowledge effectively to all levels of golfers. He demonstrates an unfailing dedication to helping his students improve their abilities and the enjoyment of the game. Brad’s keen eye for detecting faults and his ability to prescribe clear solutions allows him to correct the cause of the problem. His teaching if more dynamic and effect. His mission is to help his students become their own best teachers by achieving their short-term goals with an eye on producing long-term results. Brad works with his students to develop control of the ball. By giving cause and effect analogies, coupled with hands on examples, he and the student can create a relationship that will produce positive results.
As a seven time secton PGA Teacher of the Year, a Golf Channel “Golf Academy Live” and “Your Game Night” instructor, in addition to being a contributor to Golf Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Golf Digest, USA Today and PGA Magazine, Brad has worked with players of all abilities, from beginners to PGA Tour Players. His trademark “Staying on Plane” philosophy attracts golfers from across the United States and abroad.
Making a real difference in a golfer's game. Helping them reach goals. Most of all it is the relationships you build through teaching. "Know ones cares about how much you know until they know how much you care"
Brad is patient and extremely knowledgeable. Gives you the tools you need to succeed. He teaches you how to practice at the range and not just hit balls. Excited about future instructions.
Brad is very knowledgeable. He has been wonderful coaching my 10 year old. Very happy!
We start by filling out a student profile and when we meet for our frist lesson we discuss the profile and get a better idea of what the student is looking for. The student then will hit some golf balls. Even if they have never played golf before this gives me a better idea of their agility and I can form a plan of improvement. We take some video and then go inside to discuss the plan and where we will start. We work on it inside first so they understand. The key here is that we don't work on 15 things, 2 or 3 at the most. They will soon realize that if we fix the cause the effect will fix. We go back outside and continue working on it but now they can see ball flight. We take some more video and go inside to show before and after. I send them a recap of the lesson to their email and smart phone to foster future improvement. We discuss a practice plan and set up our next session.