Professional Golf Instruction

  • Brian Schommer PGA

    My philosophy is to first listen to my students. Secondly, I will create a level of trust and comfort with my students. I believe in creating an understanding for the game that will enable them to reach their goals and have an enjoyable round of golf.

  • Yeido Yeo PGA

    My teaching philosophy starts with the idea that each student that I teach can and will improve his or her game with the time and effort that is required. Every student should have fun while in the lesson and when they begin to play better. I plan to study the body and how it moves during the golf swing. Which moves are the most efficient and why, while still adhering to the limitations of each person’s individual body and body types.

  • Tom Crowley PGA

    I have been teaching all levels of golfer since 1985 at Keystone Colorado. I moved to Arizona in 1991 where I achieved Class “A” PGA status. I have worked at several golf clubs in the Valley including Estancia, Pinnacle Peak and Tonto Verde Country Club. I believe in developing the fundamentals of the golf swing and teaching students to practice correctly so they will continue to enjoy the game.

  • Sean Dunn PGA

    My teaching philosophy begins with understanding each person’s goals and, together, building a plan to achieve them. I find that core to meeting goals is the individual’s understand their own golf swing – both the positives and negatives. This isn’t something that happens overnight, so I also teach perseverance. I believe students need to celebrate what they’re doing well and build on it to tackle their next challenge.

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