Ric Moore, PGA

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18 reviews
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  • Wei Z.

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    Feb 3, 2018Verified
  • Ruben A.

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    Ric is an awesome instructor. I have learned so much already even after just 2 lessons. Looking forward to learning more.

    Sep 16, 2016Verified

About this pro

I am an award-winning PGA golf professional with 27 years of expierence. I am also a certified instructor with US Kids Golf, Aimpoint Golf, and Get Golf Ready. I have many specific intruction programs to help any golfer reach his/her goals, develop his/her skills and enjoy the game even more.

Years in business

30

Times hired on Thumbtack

26

Background check

Completed
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    Q & A

    • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
      Below are five tips on how to get the most out of golf lessons: 1. Determine your needs 2. Find the right teacher 3. Set expectations 4. Focus on your hands 5. Practice, practice, practice Start by deciding what type of lesson you need. Do you need a range lesson or a playing lesson? If you want to improve your ball striking, erase swing faults, or add more power to your swing, take a range lesson. If you want to improve course management skills, take a playing lesson. Having decided on the lesson type, find a teacher that's right for you. Ask your buddies for suggestions. Or, thumb through old issues of golf magazines for names of teachers in your area. Make a short list of candidates, and then call each one. Ask about their teaching style. Does it work for you? Next, set expectations. Tell your teacher what you want to get out of your lessons. Chances are you'll need to take more than one lesson to achieve your ultimate goal. Be realistic about what you can accomplish. Don't expect to drop 7 strokes or hit 300-yard drives after one lesson. You'll probably get a lot of information thrown at you in one lesson. But lessons tend to boil down to one thing: how you use your hands and arms. Focus on how your arms and hands work and you'll defeat information overload. If you're taking a range lesson, practice what you were taught by your teaching pro. And don't get discouraged if you don't get perfect results after you first try something. It takes time and effort to eliminate a habit. So don't give up.
    Coverage Area for Ric Moore, PGA is about 30+ miles of Monterey Park, CA.