I enjoy talking about all aspects of the game. Most of my teaching philosphy relates to overall improvement. This includes improving the mental side of the game, the short game, and managing the course. Whatever may be involved, keeping it simple and fun is the key!
5 years as an assistant golf and teaching professional. Lead instructor for weekly ladies clinic and junior summer camps.
A member of the PGA of America.
Contribute a monthly lesson tip for my country club's newsletter.
Class "A" PGA Professional.
Former member of the All-Army Golf Team.
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Hi Sandy Thank you for your question. The game of golf is based upon etiquette and courtesies. That however, has very little to do with the Rules of golf, and while there isn't a specific rule about
Greetings Mary First of all, let me start off by saying that you should be commended for your desire to "getting it right" the first time. Yes, golf equipment can become rather pricey, but the wrong
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