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Leesburg Golf Fitness Trainers

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John Hughes Golf
4.8
from 12 reviews
  • 20 years in business
  • 19 hires on Thumbtack
Morgan B.
Verified review

I have been golfing for a few years and I have reached a pretty good level on my own. I have trouble finding a good fit for a golf coach until I met John. He is very knowledgeable and is a great teacher. I have learned a lot just from a couple lessons. He is very personable and you can tell that he truly cares about your improvement. If you want to improve your game, John is a great choice!

ICE Golf Academy
4.9
from 10 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
Bryan L.
Verified review

Awesome Experience!! Vincent is very good at teaching anyone the golf swing. I'm very happy with making my decision on Vincent being my golf instructor. In my past I been a lot of golf lessons like golf tech and lot of private lessons. Vincent is by far the best teacher that I ever used. Vincent actually care about making you better with a great personality. He teaches the golf swing and makes it easy to learn that will make you want to come back and learn more. Do yourself a favor and use Vincent to teach you the swing and fitness of golf.

Nick Adcock Golf
5.0
from 8 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Whit M.
Verified review

Nick is very good at working with what you can do physically. His ability to adapt to your physical stature will define him as one of the best local golf coaches. He is infinitely patient and understanding. I was very pleased with what he did for me and will go back to him as needed to tweak my game. Whit Matthews, 12 handicap

Better Every Day
5.0
from 2 reviews
    Robert R.
    Verified review

    I play professional golf, and have been to just about every gym in Orlando trying to continue to better my game. I was then told about Better Everyday Gym where I was introduced to Bruce Berryman. Immediately we got started setting goals, getting a diet plan together, and training in the areas I needed most. A month later I entered in a tournament which I experienced longer drives, more balance, excellent stamina, and overall better performance which helped me to place second. Bruce has truly taken me to the next level of fitness/ performance and would recommend his expertise to anyone. My goals might be different from yours but with Bruce's wide range of knowledge of the fitness world he can truly make anyone Better Every Day.

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      I give you information on how to improve and allow you to be the one who is going to decide whether or not you want to get better with Fitness and Swing.

      Q & A

      Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

      What makes a good golf instructor?

      A good golf instructor is someone who has the playing skill you’d like to achieve, is qualified to teach golf, and is someone you can get along with. Some experts recommend you only take golf lessons from coaches with active accreditation from reputable associations such as the PGA, LPGA, or similar organizations that focus on continuing education. You’ll be spending hours out on the green with the pro during lessons, so a good rapport, strong communication and the right personality fit are key. A proven track record is also important. Read reviews from their current and former students to make sure they have helped people achieve their golfing goals, and always ask about the instructor’s experience before signing on for lessons. Years of providing lessons can contribute to a deeper understanding of how to teach the sport. Just because your friend or partner is great at golf doesn’t mean they’ll give good golf lessons. Invest in a professional golf instructor who knows how to teach the sport from short game to full swing.

      How much are golf lessons?

      Golf lessons are a great way to break into the sport or take your golf game to a new level. The national average cost for golf lessons is $50-$60, but prices will vary based on what type of lessons you want. The most expensive golf lessons will be private instruction with top-tier coaches. These are golf instructors who have held high professional ranking and have a good reputation. Regardless of who is teaching, private instruction is always more costly than couples’ lessons or small group lessons (usually up to four people). Teachers often offer a lower price per lesson when you buy a package of several lessons at one time. Here are some examples of average golf lesson costs:

      • Individual lessons:
        • Standard pricing for 60-minute private lesson: $60.
        • 60-minute lesson with renowned golf coach: $100.
      • Couples’ lessons:
        • Standard pricing for 90-minute duo lesson: $100.
        • 60-minute lesson with renowned golf coach: $125.
      • Golf lesson package pricing:
        • Purchase six individual lessons at one time and save $10.
        • Purchase 10 individual lessons at one time and save $40.
        • Purchase six couples’ lessons at one time and save $40.
        • Purchase 10 couples’ lessons at one time and save $200.

      What age should you start golf lessons?

      Golf lessons for kids can start as early as age four or five. They’re too young for formal training, but you can keep them interested and engaged and give them a feel for the game. U.S. Kids Golf recommends starting formal training for junior golfers at six years old. It’s important for young golfers to swing clubs that are the right length and weight for their body; U.S. Kids Golf provides a fitting guide.

      Golf lessons for kids, especially young kids, should be about encouraging success rather than correcting mistakes, according to U.S. Kids Golf. If you want your child to love golf for life, you want their early experiences to be positive. Golf lessons for kids are less expensive than golf lessons for adults. A monthly rate (including four lessons) for group golf lessons for kids may average $100. Semi-private golf lessons for kids may range from $150 to $200 per month. Location and instructor reputation can also affect cost. Often, discounts are provided when multiple months are purchased at one time.

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