Teaching Philosophy

Teaching Philosophy

My 20+ years of teaching experience has brought me to a few conclusions:

  • Each person swings a golf club differently and there is no one universal way to swing the club.
  • It is very important to understand your golf swing and how change can make it better.
  • There are a few different ways to teach the same concept. Not all players learn the same way.
  • Advances in technology have made it easier to communicate swing concepts.
  • Practice is essential to progress. You get out of it what you put in it.
  • The future of the game of golf relies on our children playing the game.
  • My players teach me more about the golf swing than anything else could.
  • Finally, it doesn’t take hours to improve; it could only take a few minutes a day.

My Goals as Your Instructor

  • Create a very relaxed learning environment where all aspects of the game can be improved.
  • I allow my players to not only understand what they are doing with their swing but how to fix it themselves.
  • Get my players to play golf with their strengths and not weaknesses.
  • Show my players that a good mental game will help you lower your score.
  • To lower your score through our hard work.

What makes me different as an instructor?

  • I use the latest technology to help convey what I am trying to teach.
  • My use of specific drills and training aids bridges the gap between technology and what it feels like to hit great golf shots.
  • I have played golf at the highest levels and can relate that experience to the everyday golfer.
  • I am fully dedicated to seeing you lower your score and enjoy this great game!
  • I understand that changing your golf game is a process and not a one shot fix for most people.

The Use of Technology to Improve Your Game

Technology has changed the way we coach golf.  That’s for sure.  Listed below are a variety of things I use to help my players achieve their goals.  If you are interested in seeing what I use please click here.