Playing Lesson with the Pro

A great opportunity to have a professional assess your game. Acting as a player/caddie by showing the shots, reading the greens, checking alignments and being there to answer questions. Gary will make you into a much better player.

The Playing Lesson with the Pro is probably the most underutilized golf improvement program in this day and age.

Golfers do not seem to understand how they can benefit.

This learning technique goes back hundreds of years. It is how all golfers improved their skills, by watching the better players play, up close. Learning their thinking and shot making. Learning to play better happened on the course in the actual situation under the gun.

Players tend to not use this program for fear of embarrassment of playing bad in front of the pro. So they practice and practice to get real good so to impress the instructor. The playing lesson usually never comes about.

As a professional, sure we love to see golfers playing well, but the playing lesson will not be as great a benefit if you play your best game that day. Your worst game would be the best lesson. We need to see your trouble areas. That is why we are there.

Sign up as an individual or group – excellent progam for any level of player.
(Fees include instruction for the game and the teacher’s green fee)

9 Holes
$299 PP

18 Holes
$499 PP

Call Gary for the newest dates available 416-402-7171 or email and get started today!

Frequently Asked Questions

 Why did I duff that shot?

 Why is my score not improving?

 Where am I aimed?

 Why did it go over there?

 Why do I hit it good at the range but not as good on the course?

 Why does everybody say my practice swings look great but I can’t hit the ball consistently?

 How do I align properly?

  • The best lesson I ever got was a playing lesson with a former tour player. I watched how he played the shots and asked many questions about alignments, yardages, scoring shots, green reading and swing techniques. It was so informative and inspiring. I had my best year ever that summer. Setting many personal playing records

    Gary Kent