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Pflugerville Golf Instructors

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Garry Rippy Golf
from 48 reviews
  • 40 years in business
  • 83 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Alex M.
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Extremely knowledgeable and easy to understand Garry's thought process and translate it to your game. One of the best instructors I've seen and far more beneficial than other big box golf lessons.

  • 21 years in business
  • 14 hires on Thumbtack
Ellis E.
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Best golf lesson i have ever had. It was obvious to me Richie spent a lot of time on tour.

Waleska L.
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JJ is just amazing. He is not only an instructor but a cheerleader, he gets genuinely happy when you do well and he never gives up. He teaches different techniques until he finds the ones that work for you. Learning golf with him is easy and so much fun. Thanks JJ!!

Point Venture Golf Club
from 3 reviews
  • 46 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Donald J.
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Hi Golfers! ⛳ Five Stars to Justin Orbin and Point Venture Golf Club. After months of research and testing clubs, I made an appointment to be fitted for new clubs with Justin Orbin at Point Venture. Today, I played my new clubs for the first time and shot five strokes under my handicap, which if you ask anyone, has nothing to do with my clubs. BTW, they matched the price I researched online and I had my Christmas gift to myself within a week. If you’re in the market for new clubs, lessons, or just a round of golf, I truly recommend buying local and I certainly recommend Justin at Point Venture Golf. You’ll never find a nicer group of people.

Linda G.
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Jenn did a great job bringing the yoga to my level.

Blackhawk Golf Club
from 1 review
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Brad B.
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Matt is awesome with my 14 uearold daugter.Can't wait for the next lesson!

Golfsmith Learning Center
from 1 review
    Rick H.
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    I have been working with Doug for several years now and have had great results. My friends asked me what happened and i have refered numerous people to Doug and all were amazed at the results.

    Austin Golf Fitness
    from 1 review
      Jagger R.
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      Bobby is great! He helped me improve my mobility with his golf fitness training. I absolutely recommend him to anyone that wants to improve in their sport, golf or not! He is an outstanding and knowledgeable guy!

      The Golf School
      from 1 review
      • 3 years in business
      • 1 hire on Thumbtack
      Andrew R.
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      Worked on a couple easy fixes to my golf swing.


      Access to golf course & practice facility at Twin Creeks Country Club.


      We offer excellent golf lessons in Austin, TX. We provide professional golf lessons to individuals or groups, clinics, playing lessons, game improvement packages, and video swing analysis. We specialize in the fundamentals of the game, ideal for newer or beginner players who are eager to learn the game. Lesson packages are available for private or group lessons.


      From Tour players to beginners, get better, faster, at Austin Golf Institute!


      I was raised in a golfing family and have been golfing for over 25 years. I've received multiple lessons at a young age and have worked along side my brother who has completed stages of his PGA training to give lessons to beginners. I am very well versed in the fundamentals of golf and would love to work with you to get you involved in the lifelong game.


      My services include the following: * 1, 2 or 3 Golf Schools * 5-day Golf Camps * Executive Golf Schools * One-on-one Instruction * Scholarship Guarantee Programs * Speaker/Clinics * Golf Consultant "Great things begin with great goals." My training philosophy: My training is based upon the scientific application of neuroscience, physics, anatomy, and kinesiology. The technical advantages that I teach incorporate accelerated learning through full-motion imprinting exercises. * Accelerated learning techniques and the scientific principles behind them The golf kata, golf chi, as well as impact backwards, are based on Belman's optimum principle. Belman's optimum principle states that there is an optimum policy for the property that whatever the initial state and initial decision are, the remaining decisions must constitute an optimal policy with regard to the state resulting from the first transition. For the swing path, this suggests that you can decompose the motion of the downswing into several components, starting from the moment of impact and working in reverse up to the top of the swing. For each of the components, you try to work out the best forward motion segments (that will still fit together), and then assemble them into a complete downswing. That downswing composed of sets of motion components (remaining decisions), that are each optimal, will constitute the best swing (optimal policy). Reverse engineering the downswing from the moment of truth (impact). Viseo motor behavioral rehearsal (VMBR) is super slow motions exercises in deep relaxation, with vivid mental imaging of the skill to be learned. This creates a body brain interaction that allows for clarity and focus for the entire duration of the swing. * Fluency building Smooth fluid motion done through repetitions with a weighted club that forces the muscle groups in their most efficient role. The muscle groups have their perfect roles that they fit into for effortless motion. They are: 1.) Primary movers 2.) Secondary movers 3.) Stabilizers Fluency building uses the body's own smoothness performance index (efficiency model) for an ideal mechanical advantage. The ideal mechanical advantage equals the least amount of effort for the maximum amount of force. I believe, and I know that this is the only golf swing that anyone can master, and it is the easiest in every sense of the word relating to mechanical difficulty. However, mastery is a journey, not a destination, and will require time on task as well as repetition of the correct motion; remember that repetition is the mother of all skill. My golf swing is not reserved for the naturally gifted or the freaks of nature, but for everyone, weak or strong, young or old, male or female. Anyone can do this swing. My impact backwards motion-building exercises guide you pass the obstacles that can keep you from the rewards, become a zealot of practice and connoisseur of the purity of technique, and the rewards are limitless. We must deal with the anatomy, kinesiology, physics, neuroscience, and biomechanical advantages. Don't be frightened! For this journey will not require hours of study and a high intellect; you can rest assured that the rewards will be easy to achieve and understand simplistic in many ways, and will define accurately and precisely the purity of technique that has but one definition and one translation/iteration. The words that I use, and the phrases that I use, many of which I have coined myself because the words that existed simply were inadequate or were used as advanced slogan mongering by any number of previous golf instructors have confused and damaged some very fine and reasonable golf instruction. I do not contend to be the first to discover any particular movement in the golf swing, but rather the first to weed out the perceptions and the agendas of the so-called golf guru. Following the instruction will simply eliminate failure. The reason for this is that I teach exclusively exercise motion building and not error correction. Error correction tells you what you are doing wrong and failed because even though you can see what you are doing wrong, and if you happen to have a so-called good instructor, you can feel what was going wrong. You'll only be given drills to work your way out of the problem. With my system and doing my training, you'll be imprinting the correct motion, training it, so it becomes motion memory. Practicing gives you results that when you go to the golf course, you are free to be creative, spontaneous, brilliant, magical, heroic, and surprisingly good natured. Imprinting is about motion memory, and is not to be confused with drills. Imprinting has the precise forward motion that takes place at a given point in time and a given area of space. This means that what is happening in the golf swing during a segment of the downswing can be captured to the point of becoming a dominant motion memory. Training is about taking the motion memory to a point whereby the repetitive skill is done with an instrument in your hand that does not impede the motion itself. With the proper training, the motion now becomes effortless even with a golf club in hand. Practicing entails having the instrument precisely measured and exacted to a given point in space. This means that the golf club will strike the ball squarely on the center of the face at the equator of the golf ball, provided that the subject returns to the defined impact position. Practicing creates a pattern. Your bio mechanical individuality will produce shots that are consistent, repeatable, and well within a shot pattern that they can be managed on any golf course on the planet. Practice to play this exercise is included to make the transition from being able to get consistent golf shots to being able to line yourself to a target, and feel comfortable that your shot pattern will not only be in play, but very near your target, distance and direction wise. Anybody can produce consistent, repeatable, quality golf shots. The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in battle. Warm regards, Scott Hazledine The S.A.G.E. (single, axis, golf, expert) Chief Golf Professional

      • 25 years in business

      The Harvey Penick Academy has been helping golfers since 1993. Our methods are based on the instruction of the legendary Harvey Penick. The Director of Instruction, Jim Hopkins, has been with the academy from the very beginning and our only goal is to help you get more enjoyment from this great game.

      • 6 years in business

      Truly just want to uplift my client and make them feel comfortable with the game of golf.

      • 23 years in business

      I stand by my work with a money back guarantee ( if you purchase 6 or more lessons. I also give free playing lesson if you purchase 6 or more lessons. You have nothing to lose.


      I provide fun and informative tennis lessons for all ages in the Austin area. I began playing tennis at the age of 5 and played competitively through high school and college. The instruction formats will vary depending on age, and I will help determine the player's skill level to ensure that the desired goals are met. My ultimate goal is to help every player improve and enjoy playing tennis.


      I am a PGA apprentice working on my books to become a class A PGA professional. I am currently an academy instructor at the Barton Creek Golf Academy. I play professionally and have played competitively for over 15 years. Come out to the Barton Creek Golf Academy and let's get your game in shape for this summer! I work with golfers of all levels and all ages. It doesn't matter if you are a beginner to the game or an avid golfer, I know I can help improve your game.


      I am a great teacher for beginners of all ages. You can expect a very patient and fun individual willing to meet your convenience requests.


      My name is Dacia Mackey, and I have been a golf instructor for over 13 years. I am a former NCAA Division I head golf coach who is now a full-time teacher and coach in the Austin area. My students ages and skill level vary from beginners to advanced players. I enjoy teaching, and I am here to help!

      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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