Do you teach beginners?
Yes, I teach all ages and abilities.
What should I bring for my lesson?
Just bring yourself and some golf clubs. If you don't have clubs, the range has clubs you can borrow at no cost.
What should I wear? And, do I need golf shoes?
Wear something comfortable and weather appropriate. And, no you don't need golf shoes...sneakers are fine.
Note: Wearing a golf glove will help protect from blisters.
Can you really help me become a better golfer?
If you're willing to learn and practice, then YES... I can definitely help you.
Should I become a member or just pay each time I take a lesson?
How long have you been teaching golf?
I've been a Golf Teaching Professional for the past 18 years. For more details please visit my about me page.
How often are you available for lessons?
I am available year-round. Check out my hours of business located on my contact me page.
Where do I go for my lesson?
I teach out of 2 different locations. (Merrimack and Epping)
From April thru September, lessons are conducted at Town-Line Driving Range in Merrimack NH with the exception of Weekends. Weekend lessons will be conducted at Twin Pines Driving Range in Epping NH. October Thru March, lessons are conducted at Twin Pines Driving Range in Epping NH. Just ask for me at the front desk.
Do you teach on the golf course?
Yes, members receive special invitations to play on the course with me. For membership information...click here.
How do I sign up to become a member?
It's EASY!!! Just visit our membership page.
How do I schedule a lesson?
What if I don't have golf clubs?
The range has a variety of golf clubs you may borrow for free (for men, women and children).
Do you do club-fitting?
Not personally, however, Twin Pines Driving Range offers club-fitting and club repair from expert clubmaker - Bill Langdon.
How often should I be taking lessons?
That depends on each individuals ability, condition, goals, needs, etc. Generally, once or twice a month. It's recommended you see me for a lesson at least once a month no matter your skill level...to stay on track and not fall into bad habits that may effect your future progress.