Lessons & Clinics


Clinics

Chip, Pitch, & Flop

Improving your short game is an essential step to lowering your overall scores. With the right technique, practice, & feedback, getting better at pitch, chip, and flop shots is possible for every golfer. You’ll learn how to increase your chance of hitting it close, how to decide when to chip, when to pitch, and when to flop (hint, it’s rare to use a flop shot!), and ways to vary your setup to produce different ball flights and spins. Our golf instructor will guide you toward rapid improvement, using the most accurate simulator technology in the world.

Driving Distance & Consistency

A longer drive means a shorter approach shot, which leads to more accuracy and lower scores. The driver is the second most important club in your bag behind your putter, and attention to techniques and practice habits that focus on distance and consistency is a key factor in decreasing your scores. You’ll learn the right grip for you (there is no one size fits all), ways of adjusting your stance, and what ball flight information you should be watching during practice sessions. Our golf instructor will guide you toward rapid improvement, using the most accurate simulator technology in the world.

Fairway Woods & Hybrids

If you have trouble hitting your woods & hybrids or you want to improve consistency and gain distance, this is the clinic for you. You’ll learn about setting up your stance, correct swing path, and what ball flight characteristics will lead to more solid shots and better outcomes. Our golf instructor will guide you toward rapid improvement, using the most accurate simulator technology in the world.


Instructors

Tommy Zumtobel

Tommy enjoys helping his students through a combination of feel-based teaching and video analysis, making sure the student understands the basic fundamentals of setup and grip. He helps my students understand the relationship that basic setup and swing adjustments before, and in the golf swing, can have on contact and ball flight. Tommy explains the process that is needed from a player to shoot lower scores overall, whether that be technique based or improving their course/mental approach to the game.

Tommy has years of private instruction experience on simulators and launch monitor systems, and 8 years of work with his own game on a simulator. 4 years of experience teaching children and adults in group settings. He is a competitive golfer with a scratch handicap and several tournament rounds and victories.

Tommy teaches golf to all skill levels.


“Tommy is an amazing instructor – improved my game almost immediately. Highly recommend a lesson with him.”

— Aaron H