Become a great player, not just another pretty swing!
What We Do
Helping Junior and Adults alike learn to play and love the game of golf.
The Four Steps To Mastery
Step #1: Understanding Cause & Effect
During Step #1, we help our players:
- Determine which skills are costing them the most amount of strokes,
- Seek understanding of what they are doing wrong
- Identify what they need to do to fix it
Step #2: Provide Supervised Practice and Training
During Step #2, we provide opportunities for supervised practice sessions - lots of quality repetition and feedback. Golfers are engaged in practice with deliberate intentions of improving his or her skills. This type of deliberate training provides the necessary feedback to develop skills.
Step #3: Transfer Training
During Step #3, we assist our players in exposing golf skills to conditions that simulate and experience out on the golf course under competition. Transfer training create the opportunity for a player to strive to build a new habit that can withstand the pressure and ever-changing conditions that one would experience on the golf course.
Step #4: Play
During Step #4, we help golfers better play the game using their existing skills and new skills while keeping score on the course. We use scheduled time to observe and assist players playing on the course. During these times, we can provide additional guidance in the skills of decision-making and self-management, while taking notes of ball-control skills that are in need of further development.
Meet The Team
Golf Performance Coach / Director of Coaching
Patrick Leahy is the Director and Lead Golf Coach for Golf Skills Coaching. A thirty–year Class A Member of the PGA of America. A native of New Fairfield, CT; Patrick was graduated from Boston University.
Certified Junior Golf Coach
Michael Burke is an Assistant Coach for Golf Skills Coaching and a PGA of America Apprentice Professional. A native of Cincinnati, OH; Michael attended Ohio University.