Doug Hixson, PGA
PGA Golf Professional/General Manager
An accomplished professional, Doug has made a successful career as both a player and a teacher. His many accomplishments include qualifying to play in the 1992 PGA Championship, playing several times in the National Club Professional Championship, and he was the 1996 Northwest Open Champion. Doug strongly believes in teaching sound fundamentals, developing simple strategies, and providing a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for his students. Recently, Doug has been selected by Golf Digest Magazine’s Top 5 Instructors in the State for the last 4 years. Rates: $75 per 45 minute lesson / $210 for a series of 3
Paul Kindel, PGA
PGA Golf Professional
My Teaching Philosophy:
- First and Foremost – Golf is a game and should be fun. If you are not having fun, we need to figure out how to make it fun.
- Everybody is different – Each player has a different body, different swing, different limitations and different goals. There is no one swing that will work for all golfers and I will tailor my instruction to fit YOUR game.
- I don’t buy into the philosophy that when you make swing changes, your game must get worse before it gets better. If I am doing my job, you will see improvement by the end of your first lesson.
- Any player that wants to reach his/her potential in the game of golf needs someone to help them with their game. 99.9% of Tour players have a swing coach – shouldn’t you?
Rates: $60 per 45 minute lesson / $165 for a series of 3
Andy Reehl, PGA