Spring Creek Golf Instruction
Become the Golfer You've Always Yearned to Be
Spring Creek is dedicated to helping you improve your playing skills - whether you're a beginner hoping to get a good start in our great game or an experienced player who wants to improve your accuracy and strategy. Our club is the place to find the help you need.
Our PGA professional staff has more than 25 years of teaching experience and can accommodate all skill levels. Please let us improve your swing and enjoyment of golf.
A variety of options are open to you in our lessons. Private instruction will help you make the most rapid progress on your game. But we also offer group classes limited to five students per instructor. The group sessions start with the basics and then we focus on each golfer to make sure that the basics fit that person's needs.
|30 Minutes||60 Minutes|
|Group Lesson (Up to 5 per instructor)||$30.00 ea.||$60.00 ea.|
|Playing Lesson||$120.00 (9 Holes)||$180.00 (18 Holes)|
Special Junior Rates (50% off regular prices) available for children up to 18.
Lesson Series are available at 20% off (5 for the price of 4)
Our Teaching Philosophies
Kevin Haney, PGA - Head Golf Professional
"From a teaching philosophy standpoint, I try to design a golf swing around a person's body capabilities. I've been involved in teaching all kinds of golfers - rehab patients, people in wheelchairs, folks who for whatever reason had one arm to hit with. And I've also taught players who've had the opportunity to play on the PGA Tour. For each and every student I've had, it's been fun making the game fun for them. We start by finding out what the student desires and base our lessons on sound teaching practices that are used throughout the country."
Rob Schultz, PGA- Assistant Golf Professional
"Through my time in golf, I have learned that there is no single golf swing that fits every player. There are certain fundamentals, however, that every golfer must incorporate in order to consistently hit the ball solidly. My job as an instructor is to find the best way for students to integrate these fundamentals into their swings, thus becoming second nature to them. This helps them become a better player, which in turn helps them to enjoy the game of golf much more. People have many different learning styles and I tailor my instruction to teach them in a way that is simple to understand, enjoyable, and exciting."
Robert "Rupe" Taylor, PGA - Assistant Golf Professional
"I developed a passion for teaching the game of golf at North Carolina State University, where I received an education to become a PGA Professional, with a concentration in coaching. As your instructor, I intend to help you reach your full potential as a player. I will begin by observing four basic fundamentals. How you GRIP the club has a tremendous amount of influence on your ability to strike the ball consistently. Proper ALIGNMENT to the target will allow the path of your swing to be in the direction of the target. Establishing and maintaining good POSTURE will reduce the risk of injury and enable you to maximize club head speed. Staying in balance is key and begins when you are taking your initial STANCE. Once you have routinely demonstrated these relatively simple steps, I will be able to teach you what goes into shaping shots, changing trajectory and controlling spin!"
Peter Mazza, PGA - Teaching Professional
"I believe that everyone has a unique swing and his or her own approach to learning. My role is to understand your style and provide the best communication in order to maximize your learning potential. Together, based on your goals, motivations, and abilities, we will create and individualized road map to your success. Improving in golf takes practice, persistence, and patience. There are no "quick" fixes which will translate in to lasting improvement. Even PGA Tour players have coaches. None of us can do it alone. For most people, the fastest way to lower scores is improved putting, chipping, pitching, green side bunker shots. Playing better golf is not just about beating balls on the range. Smart practice is not the same as a lot of practice."