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 Golf Lessons & Coaching

Presented by...

Jason Barrett, PGA

Teaching Golf Professional

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Adult Instruction (18+)  

Private Lesson 

One-hour session

$90 (individual) 

$120 (2-3 people Inclusive)

1/2 - hour session

$60 (individual)


Video analysis included with every lesson, powered by V1 Sports desktop & mobile apps.

Private - Playing Lesson

Two-hour session

$180 (Individual)

*Golf green fee & cart complementary, / Available

early or late in the day based on course availably. 

Group Clinic

One-hour session

Groups consist of 3-5 students

$30 (per person)

Private groups also available:

Let me help you customize a program just right for your group. Great for families,

church groups or

business team building outings. *Call for pricing.

Junior & Family offerings

Junior Instruction (7-17)   

Private Lesson 

One-hour session

$80 (2-5 students)

1/2 - hour session

$50 (individual) 


Private - Playing Lesson

Two-hour session

$160 (Individual)

*Golf green fee & cart complementary. / Available

early or late in the day based on course availably. 

Family Fun Clinic

One + 1/2 hour session

Group consists of the whole family!

Learn how to practice and have fun with golf as a family!


$120 (Inclusive)

Call for more information

*Preferred forms of payment:

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Gift Certificates

Available upon request




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Helpful tips from the Pro!

Prepare for your golf lesson:

Be sure to bring water, sun block and a hat. You should arrive early enough to stretch and loosen up; It's a good practice to get into before any physical activity.


Let's meet on the practice range next to the clubhouse and parking lot. I will come find you!

What to do after your lesson:

I find it very helpful to keep a "golf journal".

Try writing down simple key points that meant the most to you. You will thank yourself for taking the time to

re-enforce what you have learned!

Pro tip: In the beginning spend more time rehearsing correct swing motions rather than hitting too many balls.

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