Innergame Golf Instruction

Innergame Golf Instruction


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Instruction is built around a system that helps you gain a better understanding of what's preventing you from improving.

Learning techniques using the acronym PGA. P-position and posture, G-achieving the proper grip, A-Learning to aim and correctly align yourself to a target line.

Golf is a game of bad shots. Learning how to minimize them is a sure way to improve.

Allow me the opportunity to assess your swing and help you improve your ability.

Are you a beginner and don’t have clubs....don’t worry, you don’t need them.

I will provide you with clubs until you decide to purchase clubs of your own, I will help you when that day arrives. Let me introduce you to the great game of golf.

Regards, FORE!

I enjoy helping players with the breakthroughs that help them enjoy the game. 

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Spring, TX 77389
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Focusing on the fundamentals of the game enables a student an understanding that the closer you get to the hole is where the rubber meets the road.

Using the acronym PGA, -Posture, Grip, Alignment-Guiding you throughout a method that helps you use the driving range to help you improve. I try to teach and assist golfers references for WHY they fail.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I attained certification from the United States Golf Teachers Association,(USGTA) and have been playing Golf for over 3 decades. I guide a golfer through a process that allows them to use their athleticism combined with an understanding of how their anatomy responds throughout their golf swing.

Theres no need to complicate the game. I don’t try to reinvent the wheel. Let’s meet and discuss how you can methodically learn to play better Golf.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Series of Lessons are available.



50.00 per hour of instruction

How did you get started teaching?

Through the years, I've intruduced friends to the game. I always made myself available to help them and stressed the importance of practice. Teaching people how to practice is an important part of improving their abilities.

What types of students have you worked with?

I've instructed every level of golfer, from beginner to both low and high handicappers.

The closer you get to the cup, the tougher the game becomes. During a round, you'll be using the putter 42% of the time. I believe that not enough time is spent practicing the art of rolling the stone.

Pitching, Chipping and the dreaded Sand traps can ruin any round, therefore it's crucial that you start to understand how to properly use your hands.

This all starts with your Grip.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Start with the fundamentals.

Posture, Grip & Alignment.

An instructor teaches you how to swing the club, not hit a ball. Afterall, it's just lying there waiting to be hit. By learning about your anatomy and how it responds athletically during the swing, you'll learn to respond to its rigors.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Learning to swing the club and understanding that it's a game of bad shots, shouldn't stand in the way of understanding that failure teaches you how to succeed. Ask how they teach the references for their failures. It all starts with Posture, Grip and Alignment

Find an instructor who can communicate how to improve.

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