Golf Instruction Trip to Bellingham, Washington

I had the great pleasure of working with some great guys in Bellingham, WA and the Surrey B.C. Area. We had a great time on course and the implementation of the on-course lesson is going to be a large focus in my teaching business.  It’s rare that the average golfer gets a chance to have Read more about Golf Instruction Trip to Bellingham, Washington[…]

Golf Instruction Tip of the Day!

The Key to Success “ON THE COURSE”  As a competitive tournament player and student of this great game for over twenty-five years, I have learned that there are many elements to the golf game that are important for a successful time on the golf course.  It’s imperative to have solid “pre-shot”fundamentals – Stance, Posture, Grip, Read more about Golf Instruction Tip of the Day![…]

SCPGA Fall Teaching Summit

           The SCPGA Fall Teaching Summit at Desert Willow Golf Club, in Palm Desert, California is being held on October 21-22, 2013.  Some of the best teachers in Southern California came together to “instruct the instructors”.  Jim Remy, former president of the PGA America presented great insight into the state of the golf industry and what Read more about SCPGA Fall Teaching Summit[…]

Golf in Palm Springs – Mission Hills CC (Pete Dye Course)

                                    I recently played the Pete Dye Course at Misssion Hills CC in Rancho Mirage, CA…Home of the Nabisco Dinah Shore Championship.  The course was in great shape and Pete Dye always has some major challenges for players Read more about Golf in Palm Springs – Mission Hills CC (Pete Dye Course)[…]

Geoffrey Dean, PGA Golf Instructor

Geoffrey Dean, PGA Director of Instruction offers lessons at at the Escena Golf Club, in Palm Springs, California and College of the Desert Practice Center in Palm Desert, California. Geoffrey has been in the golf business for 25 years, has competed among the best players in the world and has created a unique teaching program for golfers of Read more about Geoffrey Dean, PGA Golf Instructor[…]

Your Driver!!! Accuracy is always better than Distance?

The Golf Industry today has pushed the limits on driver designs relative to distance.  The COR or coefficient of restitution is a term to describe a club’s ability to rebound the golf ball off the face of the club. The USGA and the R&A have limits on a clubs ability to advance the ball forward.  So, you will see a lot Read more about Your Driver!!! Accuracy is always better than Distance?[…]