Watch PGA Greats at the Goat Hill!
Watch local legends Xander, Charley, Dean and Masters Champ Mike Weir compete up close with Linksoul persimmon clubs. Proceeds benefiting NCJGA and the Charley Hoffman Foundation.
Golf Instruction by David Emerick, PGA at Goat Hill Park
If you are just taking up the game, shaking off the rust after time away or are getting ready for a big tournament, David will get you where you want to go.
Do you have a small group ready to learn? David can run a custom class for you and your friends.
Parent's give your kids the gift of golf!
Learn to Play class is designed as a first step into playing the game of golf. Class held weekly at Goat Hill Park and taught by David Emerick, PGA.
Boys and girls ages 6-10 should start with this class as it meets weekly!
This 1.5 hour class is just right for boys and girls who have some golf experience and want to improve their playing skills!
The Swing ~ Score ~ Play method spends time on all parts of the game and we always play a few holes as a team!
Girls class meets on Mondays and Boys class meets on Thursdays from 3:30-5:00.
David's SWING ~SCORE~ PLAY~ System to lower scores!
LEARN THE GAME AS IT IS PLAYED!
Golf instruction starts with the basics of learning the GPA of golf, grip, posture, and alignments. But sadly many beginning golfers try to get the ball in the air and that can lead to many long lasting issues.
Through the years we have learned in order to lower your scores your practice should be spent on Swinging ~ Scoring ~ Playing! That is why I have come up with a system to actually improve your handicap!
Swing - your swing will be developed over time but your will learn how to move and create a swinging motion.
Score - scoring revolves around putting, chipping, and pitching so important to learn the proper feel and mechanics of short game shots.
Playing - yes playing why spend time on practicing without playing!
What's Your GPA?
Many years ago, David coined the phrase "GPA" not for your grades in high school or college but rather to emphasize the importance of your
David can tell by watching only a few swings how well you will consistently make solid contact with the ball, and where improvements can be made.