I believe in keeping the swing natural and the game fun!
My favorite part of my job is seeing a student have that “ah,ha” moment. Or making pure contact for the first time! It brings joy to my heart and satisfaction in what I do.
This is my son's first year of golf in high school. Dustin has been wonderful with my son in teaching not just basics, but technique and form. Dustin has been instrumental in my son's success, and is wonderful to work with. He is always flexible with any scheduling conflicts, and the lesson package price is excellent! We look forward to lessons and I'm thrilled with the developing skills I'm seeing in my son. Thank you Dustin!!
Each session, I feel that I gain some kind of new knowledge about the mechanics of it all.
Lots of knowledge about the golf swing.
Lessons with Dustin were fun and informative. Doesn’t matter if you are just learning the game or if you’ve been playing for years I would definitely recommend working with him.
Find out what they want to accomplish with golf. Put together a plan with the student that best fits their goals and time frame. Work the plan with the student. Instill a joy and passion for the game in each student.
Golf Academy of America Graduate and recepient of the Byron Nelson Award and the Capstone Achievement Award. Which are the two highest awards given to the graduating class.
1st Assistant Golf Professional at Oakmont Country Club. As well as lead instructor. I’ve been teaching athletes for 10 years but have specialized in Golf for the past 3 years.
$300/5lessons and 1 Free lesson Total of 6 lessons.
My first official teaching began at Hackberry CC in Irving. It's something I have always gravitated towards. My background as a college baseball player. Which I followed with joining the Army. And later a professional baseball instructor. Have all taught me to collectively agree on a goal, and implement a plan that best suits the team. Which I have transferred to how I instruct currently.
One day I was standing on a Tee Box with my grandfather, father, brother and my little boy running around with his plastic club. I thought what other sport allows 4 generations to play together.
Beginers to college athletes.