|"I came to the program shooting 115 and got to 80 in eight weeks. I highly recommend the program to anyone who wants to get better and have a good time." Cliff Zall|
|"I came to the program shooting in the high 90’s to 105 and just shot 82. I can now play with the best of them." Gary Ackerman|
|"I came to the program shooting in the mid 90’s and just shot 76. I highly recommend this program. Two thumbs up!" Greg Coates|
|"After shooting 65 today, I know this is the path to the PGA Tour." Isaac Sanchez, Canadian PGA Tour Player|
|"I came into the program shooting in the mid 90’s and now six months later my handicap is now 3.5. I just shot 76 in my tournament today and have qualified for the American River Community College Golf Team." Danny Van Attenhoven|
|"I just shot 67 in our tournament today. This program is where you learn how to do it like a professional – lower your scores and enhance your mental game." Cory Kelly|
"I had never broken par entering the program. Within six weeks I had
shot 69, with birdies of 15, 16, 17, 18. I am now confident and on my path
to achieving my goals for golfing and it feels great."
Justin Fergurson, Accountant
"I was consistently shooting in the low 80's. Within nine weeks I
shot 72, which included a 3 under par front 9. This program is the place to
be if you want to drop scores."
Tim Petteck, Airline Pilot
"I entered the program shooting scores of 88, 87, 88. Within seven weeks
I had shot 78, 81, 79. My confidence was through the roof, and I am on my
way to a single digit handicap."
Dick Boudreau, Retired
"I dropped my scores from 115 down to 88 in only seven weeks. I am blown
away with the results. This is a 5 star program, I highly recommend it."
"When I came into your program, I was hesitant about being in a "class".
I thought I needed individual attention because I was so special and unique!!
Haha. Almost immediately, that concern was dashed as I grew to know your staff
and their sincere wish for us to achieve our individual goals. Last March, I
was shooting in the mid to high 90's and with the occasional 100+. My handicap
was soaring and up to 15. I had no confidence in my swing or putting. I was
constantly trying to tweak my swing, even when it was working!!! It was a
horrible and terrifying experience on a golf course and I hated it. I wanted
to get back to playing in the 70s again and get down to a single digit handicap.
I had no hope of doing that. As you know, I was not able to participate much after
about 7-8 weeks of lessons but the skills I was taught and the books that you
suggested carried me forward. My back issues cleared up about two weeks ago and
I played golf again on Sunday Sept 26th for the first time in 2 months and shot 82
at Empire. My short game worked and my putting was getting better, most importantly
my tee shots improved as well as my iron play. Last Sunday I woke up and told my
girlfriend, "c'mon, I am going to go out and break 80 today!". I was determined. I
stayed in the moment with every shot and never gave up, not even when I doubled #6.
I finished the round 39-39=78 with 27 putts. I could not have done that without the
guidance from you and your staff. You helped me over my negativity and poor thinking
and allowed me to believe that I could do it! And to NEVER give up. I would recommend
your school to anyone and have. Thank you for giving me back the pleasure of playing
"I wanted it to be known how you changed my mental attitude about the game. As
you and Cory know, I was kinda of in the "I can't, or don't think I can"
frame of mind. After several weeks of positive thoughts and encouragement from all of
you, it finally hit me. One morning I showed up with a new attitude of "I can" do this.
It turned my game around, and I am now on a forward track instead of being stuck in
neutral. It took a while for my old brain to compute, but after your tireless work and
encouragement, I am no longer afraid of bunkers and chipping. I now know how to perform
the necessary strokes. I went from an "Oh, no. I'm in a bunker!" to a "
That's ok. I know what to do" mentality. I also learned how important it is to
forget a bad stroke, not worry about it, and move on to the next one. Every shot has
a purpose, choose your club, commit to the shot, hit it and get ready for the next one.
Joining your program was one of the most fun things I have done. You have a great thing
going and I am so glad that I was (am) a part of it. This is getting a little wordy, so
I will just say "Thank you" a thousand times over."