Dear SCGA Members,
The Southern California PGA is looking for students to participate in a one-day teaching event at the world famous Dinah Shore Tournament Course at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage. Our 11th PGA teaching event is scheduled for Sunday, May 7, 2017. This unique event pairs each participant with a dedicated PGA teaching professional to serve as his/her own personal coach and caddie. If this date has passed you might call Mission Hills Country Club to see about 2018
The coaches themselves do not play but instead, advise the participants during the round of 18 holes. Players start with two hours of private instruction with their coaches on a world-class PGA TOUR teaching facility. The private lesson is then followed by 18 holes of stroke-play competition on one of the best courses in Southern California. The low net score will not only claim victory, but more importantly, raise money for charity.
The entry fee is $350. This includes an 18-hole playing lesson from the best coaches in the game, two hours of private instruction on an all-grass practice facility, box lunch and a wonderful appetizer reception to finish a great day of golf. The winning students receive prizes; the winning coaches receive prize money.
Please come out for a day of fun and learning and support your local PGA professionals and the SCPGA Foundation. The experience of having your own personal PGA pro for the day and a chance to support your local charity should not be missed.
America’s Golf Coach provides a first-class teaching event and a great golf experience. To reserve your spot, please email Tim Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org. The entry fee is not required at this time. Please include your name, SCGA/GHIN number and phone number.
Following is another PGA teaching event scheduled for 2017:
Sunday, November 12, at Talking Stick Golf Club in Scottsdale, AZ.
For more information, contact Tim Johnson (310)489-0898 or visit americasgolfcoach.com. Trust in the PGA and let’s get your golf game moving in the right direction! Tell them where you found them, thanks.