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Cleburne Golf Swing Trainers

Browse these golf swing trainers with great ratings from Thumbtack customers in Cleburne.

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David Russell
from 20 reviews
  • 22 years in business
  • 24 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Jason G.
Verified review

He was great. I have an eight-year-old daughter who I have been teaching the game of golf too. I did not feel I could take her further with her game. David immediately pinpointed her strengths and areas for improvement. My daughter really took a liking to his coaching style and his approach. We are very excited to have found him for our coach.

  • 22 hires on Thumbtack
Scott S.
Verified review

Cole has a unique approach to teaching. Though he knows the mechanics of a golf swing, that's not his focus. He works with the swing you have and controlling the golf ball. He teaches you to recognize the feedback you get after hitting a shot. With that recognition, you learn how to self correct. He is not an instructor of the golf swing but, a teacher of working the golf ball with your swing

Jason Kiser Golf Instructor
from 13 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 30 hires on Thumbtack
Mark H.
Verified review

Thank you Jason for helping me with my swing. I can now hit the fairway and I've added a few yards to my shot. You helped me cut a few strokes from my score.

Golf Out of Control
from 13 reviews
  • 15 years in business
  • 20 hires on Thumbtack
Sedrick E.
Verified review

I had my first lesson with Tim and am looking forward to my next one. He does a good job of balancing the technical mechanics of the golf swing and the mental aspect. I learn best by visual (video) and feel (practical drills). Tim gave me plenty of homework before our next lesson.

Casteel Sports LLC
from 10 reviews
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Stuart D.
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Created a total program for golf, from fitness to lessons

Michael Martin Golf
from 5 reviews
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Brooke M.
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Michael is the best. He does a great job of communicating and my golf game as improved dramatically since I started taking lessons from him! He always does a great job of answering any questions I have and even allows me to send him videos of my swing when I have questions and can't get to a lesson.

Lassen Lessons
from 3 reviews
    Mark S.
    Verified review

    I would like to recommend Matt Lassen as a teaching professional. I am currently an 11 HC but was a 15 HC at the time I took a series of lessons from Matt. I owe that improvement to the help I received from Matt. He helped me learn to consistently drive the golf ball and he increased my driver average over 50 + yards. What I like the most about Matt’s instruction is his simple approach that builds from your own swing instead of completely rebuilding a new swing. Matt listens well, he’s encouraging, he communicates well and he’s fun as a teacher. I highly recommend Matt as a teacher.

    Golf Lessons
    from 3 reviews
    • 5 hires on Thumbtack
    Kevin S.
    Verified review

    Very patient and easy to follow. I have improved in a short period of time. I have always struggled with my swing mechanics and Jacqueline has straightened me up.

    Brookhaven golf instructor
    from 2 reviews
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack
    Sean F.
    Verified review

    Joey worked wonders for my son. Fixed his swing right before his golf team tryouts. I highly recommend him.

    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.

    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.

    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.
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