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I like to find out about the student first.
Golf history, lessons they have had in the past.
Any physical limits, past injuries etc.
I prefer to work with the student with where they are right now. "I do not believe in reinventing the wheel."
I work on each students golf basics to improve their game.
I am a member of the PGA of America and have taught lessons on a full time basis since 1991 but have been teaching since 1983. I have taught more than 27,000 lessons during that time.
I also regularly attend teaching and coaching seminars to stay up to date with my teaching education.
I do. You can visit my website at www.golfinstituteschools.com for all pricing.
After graduting from Florida State University, where I played on the golf team, I turned professional and starting teaching. I have been in the golf business as an assistant and Head golf professional before starting my own golf school in 1991. I have been teaching full time ever since.
I have taught all ages, all genders, all skill levels.
I am excited to have my daughter, whom I have coached, shoot a score of 67 this summer before heading off to college to play on her golf team there.
Find a professional that is either PGA or LPGA that has the credentials to teach. They have been through the education process to teach, they are also expected to have the playing background so they know the game.
Also be sure to find someone who you can communicate with. You need to be comfortable with the teaching style as well as what they are saying. You should always be able to ask questions.
What is your goal? What is your time line to attain this goal?
What are your limitations? If any.
How much are you going to play or practice?