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Teaching Philosophy

 As PGA Professional’s we are committed to providing clear, concise and accurate instruction on the mechanics of the golf swing and of the game itself. This is accomplished in a fun learning environment through the use of verbal cues, visual aids and hands on training.

 We believe that balance throughout the golf swing is essential for a sound gold swing. We also believe that a sound golf swing is one that enables the golf club to swing freely back and through on a consistent plane and enables the clubface to return to the ball squarely at impact.

 During the lesson, you will have my full attention. I feel that the lesson is a two way street. I will never make a suggestion without telling you why we’re taking a particular course of action. In turn, I expect the student to provide accurate feedback on information or instruction that we are providing. This includes any and all questions no matter how trivial they might seem in the mind of a student. If any of my students have a question of any type regarding anything golf, I expect that question to be asked.

 I believe that the only way to improvement is through application (i.e. practice) of fundamentals discussed during the course of a lesson and the application of relevant swing improvement drills. I also believe that a failure to apply recommended practice a drills, coupled with outside advice from un-qualified sources is a wasted lesson for both student and teacher.

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