My name is Greg Boyd. I have been teaching for 30 years. I also play professionally when I can. Right now I teach at Brown's Golf World in Humble and driving ranges in Spring and Houston. I used to teach golf schools for America's Favorite Golf Schools. I am going to teach online on Skype very soon. My teaching methodology is the five modern fundamentals of golf. I am very patient and flexible in my instruction. I have experience with all levels and ages of students. I have given thousands of lessons over the years. I have learned from some famous, well known instructors.
I get real enjoyment out of helping people strive to meet and exceed their golf goals. I take my job very seriously and want my students to improve almost as much as they do. I will help youn achieve your goals through drills and explaining swing concepts in simple terms. I have been teaching since 1987. I still play in pro tournaments and enjoy that very much. I have won a few tournaments and made several cuts in State Opens. Feel free to get more information by visiting my facebook business website at facebook.com/Houstongolflesson
Greg is an outstanding instructor! Inside of one lesson, he was able to address my swing mechanics, and through his keen eye identified the correct adjustments needed for much better ball stricking. I couldn't believe the difference in ball trajectory and flight. I highly recommend him to anyone looking to improve their game
Greg was very understanding and he is a great communicator. He totally changed my game!
I assess the students biggest flaws and address those first. Sometimes the student is very close to good golf but just needs tweaking. The very first thing I look at is the students grip, followed by posture, stance, backswing and downswing.
I have a B.S. Degree in Psychology. I know how the mind works in relation to the golf swing. I have also taken lessons from some of the most well known, best instructors in the world.
I charge $60 an hour and offer discounts on multiple lessons packages.
I started teaching as an assistant professional fresh out of college.
I've worked with juniors, seniors, women, men and left handers.
I made the cut in the 2015 Texas Senior Open. It was a windy tournament and I had to rely on guts and determination. That was gratifying to me.
Hire an instructor that doesn't give up and has a lot of patience.
First off the student should have goals(what they want to accomplish). The student should convey this to the teacher and trust the teachers ability to get the student there.