Golf Lesson with a PGA Pro

From: $129   

Location(s):

Course & instructors nationwide.

Availability:

Year round, 7 days a week pending weather and instructor availability.

Click here for a list of courses & instructors nationwide.

Increase the level of your drives, swings and putts during a golf lesson with a PGA Professional in Charlotte.

  • Lesson Recipients may select from a catalog of course locations and instructors for their lesson
  • Skills and technique learned during the lesson will last a lifetime
  • Instructors include regional PGA Teachers of the Year, Collegiate coaches, and former tour players
  • Tailored to fit your ability level!


More detailed description >

Description:
PGA Class A Professionals are universally recognized as the leaders in the field of golf instruction. This is your chance to put their years of training and knowledge to use for you.

Our instructors include regional PGA Teachers of the Year, Collegiate coaches, and former tour players.

With a private lesson from a PGA Class A Professional, you'll discover techniques and strategies for improvement that would otherwise take years to learn.

So whether you are looking to add distance to your drive, improve your short game, or learn how to finally hit your irons straight, your instructor will help you reach your goals.

Sample topics covered include proper alignment, grip, posture, ball position, swing mechanics and more.

Learn to play the course with confidence!

Instructor & course locations for the Charlotte region:

Dave Bayko; The Golf Depot Driving Range and Learning Center; Pinevile, NC
Dave Bayko is a PGA Class A Pro with over 30 years of teaching experience. He was nominated to be a PGA Teacher of the Year in 2001, 2004, 2005 and 2006.

Dave honed his skills as an instructor while working under a Top 100 Teacher, Craig Harmon, at Oak Hill Country Club. He also formally served as the assistant golf coach for the Wingate University mens and womens teams.

In addition to being a great instructor, Dave is an accomplished player. He qualified for the 1992 Ben Hogan Tour and formerly held the course record at Stanly County Country Club with a score of 64.



Key Info >

Essential Information:
This experience includes course or practice facility fees. Golf clubs not included, participant must provide his or her own.

Instructors are PGA Class A professionals who have completed a multi-year series of work, study and training in every aspect of golf. They have passed an aptitude test and must maintain his or her expertise through continuing education programs.

Cloud 9 Living is not affiliated with the Professional Golfer's Association of America (PGA).

Duration:
1 hour

Maximum Participants:
One

Spectators:
Not allowed

Weather Dependent:
Yes, this experience is weather dependent. In the event your lesson is canceled due to weather, you will be able to reschedule your lesson with your instructor.

What to Wear:
All golfers must wear proper golf attire, including golf slacks or golf shorts and appropriate golf shoes. Men must wear collared shirts and women must wear appropriate golf shirts.

Booking Information:
It is recommended to request bookings 14 - 30 days in advance. Lesson dates and times are subject to your instructor's availability.

Cancellation Policy:
Prior to scheduling/booking a date for this experience, Cloud 9's standard return and exchange policy shall apply. Once you have scheduled a lesson with your instructor, no returns or exchanges are allowed. Rescheduling will be subject to your selected instructor's rescheduling policy.

Experience ID:
GOLF-CHA-0004



View FAQ's >

  1. Will my lesson be with a famous professional golfer like Phil Mickelson or Sergio Garcia?
    No, your lesson will not be with a famous golfer from the professional tour. Rather, your lesson will be with a qualified instructor who has received his Class A certification from the Professional Golfers' Association (PGA).
  2. What is a PGA Class A Professional?
    All of our instructors have been certified by the Professional Golf Association (PGA) as Class A professionals. In order to receive their PGA Class A, he or she must have completed a multi-year series of work, study and training in every aspect of golf, must pass an aptitude test, and must maintain his or her expertise through continuing education programs.
  3. What will the lesson focus on?
    This is a customized lesson for golfers of all levels, from beginners to experienced golfers looking to hone their skills. Areas of instruction may include driving, putting, chipping, proper body alignment, grip, posture, ball position, swing mechanics and more.