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Originally from Hartlepool, England, Tony has over 20 years of teaching experience, working with players of all calibers, including PGA Tour winners, Champions Tour players, state champions and NCAA Division 1 nationally ranked players. Under the mentorship of Jim Hardy (current top 10 Golf Digest Instructor), the late Jim Flick (instructor to Jack Nicklaus) and Chris O’Connell (current instructor to Matt Kuchar and Golf Magazine top 100 member), Tony is a certified Master Golf Instructor and current World Golf Teacher’s Federation Top 100 instructor. With an accomplished junior golf career, Tony has competed against players such as Justin Rose, Sergio Garcia and Francesco Molinari. His extensive competitive play has armed him with a web of knowledge that he is passionate to share with his students as they strive to improve their golf games. Tony has taught out on the PGA Tour for the last five years at venues such as Augusta National, Pebble Beach, Bethpage Black and Shinnecock Hills but to name a few. “The golf swing is like a signature, no two are alike. Every student that I work with is unique, and I relish in the task of taking what they have and putting in the missing links.”
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Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Michael has been teaching golf for 10 years and has been playing the game for 25 years. He has played at every level, from Junior golf all the way to Professional. With two professional wins and multiple top 5 finishes, Michael has extensive playing experience with some of the top players in the world such as Brian Davis, Chris Couch and Chase Koepka. He has worked with top Instructors such as Rick McCord, who was a PGA of America top 50 instructor, and Greg Harrison, who has worked with the tour players Bryson DeChambeau, Brendon Todd, and Lexi Thompson. Michael goes beyond teaching the basics of the golf swing, he educates his students on the bio mechanics and lends his expertise in course management. Focusing greatly on the mental side of golf, he helps his students achieve lower scores with greater playing satisfaction. “If you can’t learn with the way I teach, then I will teach you the way you learn”