Golf is a pastime activity, an established sport, and a lifestyle. Golf has been designed and influenced by many golfers throughout the years. A 2002 report by American Sports Data uncovered that there were 8.5 million self-identified golfers in the world. 55 percent of golfers polled had visited a coursein the last year were under the age of eighteen, and 69 percent were male.
The biggest change has been the generation that tried clubs in their youth and have grown up with the PGA Tour explosion into the world wide mainstream of competitive sports and now sees it as a natural participation sport or art for their children as led by athletes who are affiliated and instruct for our brand and web site.
Have you always wanted to learning how to play golf? Is fear keeping you from starting? Understand all of the basic principles of golf fast . We will teach you the basics of golf like how to put, foot positioning, slices and driving, getting out of sand traps, and strategy. Irrespective, of where you are at.. you can benefit from individualized instruction to meet your current skill level.
Who we Serve:
We recommend a pair of sunglasses and a full set of gear. Rental equipment and clubs are included.
We have multiple golf courses right in Davis Park. The exact location depends on which day and time you choose and what level of lessons you need.
What you will learn:
From $47.50 per hour/person and up. (Green fees may be extra).
Davis Park Testimonials
”I expected somebody to say “Okay here, do this, do that, go home, and come back next week,” but the follow up that he has given, and the effort of sending me the lessons, and the encouragement… He’s very subtle about it but he’s so positive, so he has surpassed my expectations.”
– Mary from Davis Park, NY
“I had always wanted to learn to play the golf, but due to bad music lesson experiences in the past, was afraid to try. Your lessons make the process accessible and exciting, and work with me at my own pace. My lessons with Josh have taught me so much and I’m eternally grateful for that!” Jim in Davis Park