KG1 specializes in Junior Golf and helps ALL golfers find the game they've always wanted!
"I enjoy working with everyone looking to learn the game of golf. I especially love coaching, caddying for and working with junior golfers to help them get a start in golf, whether its just for fun or a desire to compete at a championship level"
U.S. Kids Level II Golf Coach
NTPGA Tour Caddie
The idea that everyone has the potential to have a great game and a beautiful swing is a fundamental one of KG1. Even though it can take a lot of effort, it is definitely possible.
Golf is not simple, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun. It is a lifelong practice that constantly challenges even the best of professional players. The rich complexity of the game is actually part of its unique appeal. Think of golf like chess or slow-roasting cuisine, not checkers or fast food. Golf takes time to master, and it should be enjoyably challenging as you learn all aspects of the game. It is never too late to learn to play golf or improve on areas of weakness in your skill set and game. Learn Beginner/Intermediate Foundational Skills through Experiential Learning & Technical Instruction: -Golf Fundamentals -Putting -Chipping -Pitching -Driving -Hazard Shots -Controlling the Swing
U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach Level 2
Young kids and juniors need a golf coach that understands the best methods and practices in golf instruction. As a Level 2 U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach I am ready to help your young player learn to practice, play, and love golf as a lifelong endeavor.
"Level 2 certification gave me the tools to motivate and inspire students based on their different personality traits, have a more structured program and curriculum for each student’s journey, and helps me better communicate with parents and students to show marked progression and keep everyone on track to reach their goals." - Coach Dan
WHY POSITIVE IS POWER
A positive approach gets the most from youth and high school athletes, which is what coaches, parents and the athletes themselves want. Staying positive also helps youth get the most out of sports.
Encouraging athletes with positive reinforcement helps them hear and heed the necessary corrections. With that winning combination of truthful, specific praise and constructive criticism, athletic performance improves and so do the chances that kids stick with sports longer and learn all the valuable life lessons inherently available through organized competition.
Best of Lessons.com
"I have been fortunate enough to receive the "Best of Lessons.com" award for the past 3 years. Thank you to all my students and the support they continually give!" - Coach Dan