As one of Golf Tips Magazine's top 25 golf instructors, PGA Teaching Professional, Frank O'Connell will take the complexity away from learning. The number one issue golf instructors hear from students is "I would like to be more consistent". Frank has a simple philosophy, "The Basic Four Golf Groups", grip, posture, alignment and balance. These four fundamentals are essential for making a good athletic move. The positions that we have at set-up will tell us what we can and can not do in the golf swing. Frank feels that every golfer can start like a tour player and finish like one by correctly utilizing "The Basic Four Golf Groups."
I now teach and do club fittings with TrackManIII, which provides 3D imaging of ball flight, club face, face angle and so much more. TrackMan III also offers the TrackMan Combine Test which is a standardized test that enables golfers to identify their shot making skills as well as benchmark their performance with players of any level. I'm also a certified club fitter for TITLEIST Golf.
All lessons include video
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I typically consider the grip posture alignment and ball flight that my student wants. There is no ONE way to hit a golf ball. My job is to take out the unnecessary motion wether it be the body motion or club, we will come up with a game plan to take your game to the next level
PGA of America member for 20 yrs
given over 15,000 lessons
experience player for the past 15 years
competed in 3 National PGA Professional Championship
$150 per hr
$400 for 3 hr
$625 for 5 hr
$1200 for 10hr
I was a Head Professional at a facility in Phoenix and I felt a passion for teaching. In1999 I started workingwith Scott Sackett a Top 100 teachers in Scottsdale Az
All players and all ages. I have a 7yr old son who I teach and a 87yr old student
A student that just received two offers for collage who two yrs ago couldn't break 90 now she is in the 70's
Do research on them, call and talk to them and if needed get a lesson and see if you all fit
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