Private Instruction & Coaching

     Geoffrey Dean, PGA



Junior Golfer: (17 years and younger)  I encourage ALL JUNIOR GOLFERS to join my golf development program. My program is based on 3 pillars – your golf skills, physical fitness and player management skills.  My program is designed for the beginner as well as the avid junior golfer who wants to take their game to the highest levels in Middle School, High School, College and beyond.

Beginner:  The golfer who has never picked up a club or it’s been so long since you have played, it’s like starting over.
Higher Handicap: The player who doesn’t get a chance to play that often and has trouble breaking 100.
Intermediate:  The golfer that has worked hard, developed some skills and can shoot 90 to 82.
Low Handicap:  The advanced player that shoots anywhere from 81 to 71, competes regularly and is looking to fine-tune his or her skills to improve overall scoring.
Tournament Player:  the golfer (professional or amateur) who shoots par or better on a regular basis and is looking to fine-tune his or her skills, set up a training program for in-competition and off-season, and to optimize club technology for peak performance.

1. Putting:
Overview and purpose of putter designs
Putting Stroke Fundamentals
Individual stroke analysis (video/computer)
Green reading techniques
Practice drills

2. Short Game (Chipping, Pitching, Lob and Sand shots)
Overview of wedges design and purpose
Techniques for chipping, pitching, lob and sand shots
Shot analysis (video/computer)
Practice drills

3.Pre-Shot Fundamentals (Dean’s-7- static positions)
Develop and maintain all 7-key static golf positions. Stance to the follow-through

4.In-Swing Fundamentals (Kenetic Sequencing)
Develop and execute the full-swing based on student ability and awareness of
Dean’s 7- static positions

5.Through the Bag
Develop a routine for playing on-course.
Establish a pre-shot routine, visualization, set-up and execution of golf shots
Shot analysis (video/computer)

6. Golf flexibility Lesson
Physical Assessment and stretching routine based on needs and capabilities of the student.

7. Club Fitting
In order to maximize your golf game, you must be fit for the right equipment for you.  Receive a thorough analysis of your current equipment, swing speed, swing path and face angles through impact.  Based on findings, receive a prescription of what’s optimal for you.

8. On-Course Lesson
4-hole playing lesson
Apply swing fundamentals, short-game techniques and on-course strategies for lowering scores. Shot analysis (video/computer)



Valued Price

Single Lesson
1 student

Series (3)
1 Student

Single Lesson
2 Students

Series (3)
2 Students

Each Session
60 to 90 minutes





Each Playing Lesson
90 to 120 minutes

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