Best Pro Teachers In Golf

If you are really enthusiastic in learning the art of Golf and want to drive like a golf pro, you have to at some point of time take a lesson from these people who have lived decades through the game playing at the highest level. The expertise levels they offer and the skill – sets they set out to improve can prove invaluable going ahead with your career in the sport. Of course, the best things in life are not free and these instructors do charge a high amount. But on the other hand, you can get exposed to the very depths of the game and its mastery.

  • Gary Wiren

He has written 14 books and is a long time member of the PGA Hall of Fame and the World Golf Teachers’ Hall of Fame. In his teaching experience, he has trained more than 200,000 people in 32 countries over the last 20 years. He charges $400 per session. With the course, you will be receiving a course plan, training aids and a recorded video of the coaching session.

  • Michael Breed

Micheal Breed hosts a famous Golf show called The Golf Fix on the Golf Channel. Alternatively he also conducts training sessions at the Trump Golf Links in New York charging $500 for an hour’s long instruction.

  • Claude Harmon III

Claude Harmon III is a third generation member in the grandeur sporting line of his family. His grandfather won the masters in 1948 and passed all the teachings of the sport to the eldest son, Claude Harmon who in turn passed that to Claude Harmon III who today, teaches numerous enthusiastic aspirants of the sport. For a 90 minutes session, he charges $700.

  • Jim McLean

He is known as the father of the X  – factor theory of the famed Golf Swing, Mclean has worked with the greats of the sport helping them hone their skills. A session with him lasting for an hour at the Trump National Doral, it costs $750 per hour.

  • Dave Stockton

He is one of the most sought after instructors for after and also writes for golfaccessoriesreviews.com – putting and the years of experience and expertise have earned him the name ‘Sensai of the Flagstick’. He is a two – time PGA champion and currently works at the Redlands Country Club where he conducts training sessions costing $600 per hour with 2 hours minimum.