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Golf Lessons Alpharetta GA

Local resource for golf lessons in Alpharetta. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to golf lessons, golf instructors, golf courses and golf training aids, as well as advice on how to improve golf game and handicap.

Aaa Used Golf Balls
(888) 346-5322
Gravel Springs Rd
Buford, GA
Services
888-346-5322

D. W. Quail Golf
(770) 517-1505
1025 Rose Creek Drive, Suite 620 #350
Woodstock, GA
 
Jackie Cannizzo
(770) 475-7820
Country Club of Roswell
Roswell, GA
Started Teaching
1986
Professional Affiliation
PGA
Price Information
Hourly Rate: 75.00
Accepts Lesson Gift Certificates

Tim Foster
(770) 476-2525
The Hooch Golf Club
Duluth, GA
Started Teaching
1985
Gender
Male
Professional Affiliation
PGA
Price Information
Hourly Rate: $75.00
Clinic Rate: $25.00
Playing Rate: $125.00

Derek O''Rourke
(770) 497-9432
St. Ives Country Club Dr.
Duluth, GA
Started Teaching
1997
Gender
Male
Professional Affiliation
PGA
Price Information
Hourly Rate: $70.00
Junior Rate: $50.00
Clinic Rate: $25.00
Video Rate: $85.00
Playing Rate: $100.00

Appletree Golf
(770) 442-6747
PO Box 72497
Marietta, GA
Services
888-806-8008

Eric Smith
(770) 992-4233
Georgia Golf Center
Alpharetta, GA
Started Teaching
1987
Professional Affiliation
PGA
Price Information
Hourly Rate: $140.00


William Jankel
(706) 557-3006
Ultimate Golf Center
Suwanee, GA
Started Teaching
1991
Gender
Male
Professional Affiliation
PGA
Price Information
Hourly Rate: $45.00
Junior Rate: $20.00
Video Rate: $55.00
Playing Rate: $100.00

Jim Miller
(770) 497-9265
Peachtree Golf Center
Duluth, GA
Started Teaching
1972
Gender
Male
Professional Affiliation
PGA
Price Information
Hourly Rate: $75.00
Junior Rate: $25.00
Playing Rate: $125.00

Marc Brooks
(770) 418-1212
GolfTEC
Duluth, GA
Gender
Male
Professional Affiliation
PGA

How To Choose The Right Golf Instructor

A good golf instructor can do for your golf swing what a rodeo clown can do for a tossed cowboy โ€“ he keeps too much bull from getting in the way. The chore here is to find a teacher who understands that his instruction isn't meant to constantly rehash how Jack Nicklaus did it. Rather, the instructor's goal should be to assess how your golf swing can be improved within the parameters of your own physical abilities.

The first thing to remember when looking for a good golf instructor is that there are no miracle workers. The golf industry is awash with instructors who advertise how their teaching methods will take you to a single digit handicap almost overnight. That's not going to happen, believe it! Obviously, a good instructor can identify and rectify some glaring errors in your golf swing. But he/she essentially can't do any more than what your physical and mental aspects will allow.

What does a good golf instructor bring to the table? He/she can coach you in a way that assures your swing will be more consistently on line. The instructor's teaching manner is friendly and doesn't belittle your efforts. A good teacher is patient; no matter how many times your golf swing refuses to resemble what he/she advised. A dedicated teacher will invest time and money to improve how his/her methods reflect the best that golf instruction has to offer. That includes using proven swing aids and going to videotape to truly give a student the chance to understand what the instructor has seen but didn't effectively address.

One factor good golf instructors incorporate is that they listen to what their students have to say about the teaching process. No matter how a question is transmitted โ€“ email, telephone, personal contact โ€“ it is important that a teacher remain as accessible as possible. In some regards, it's almost as if the golf instructor has become a therapist, with patients looking to settle some inner ...

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