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Chicagoland Instructor anyone?

post #1 of 4
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Hi all,

 

I've been in the hunt for an instructor for sometime now. I'm actually looking for a "coach" so to speak. Someone who has as much interest in seeing me improve as I do. Sometimes I feel as if tho an instructor is just running you through the paces as he waits for the next student. I don't want that again.

 

Doing my research, I just signed up for my first lesson with Marty Joyce at White Pines. I'm hoping he may be that guy. Marty is a past ILPGA teacher of the year as well as a Long Drive Champion. (remax I believe) I do know that he was the first and only to qualify for Remax both driving right AND left handed! 30+ years teaching, I would think he knows what he's doing. Ive heard some good things about Marty. Speaking with him, he seemed like a very nice guy.

 

Does anyone have any experiences with Marty? Did he improve your game?

 

IF this weren't to work out for me, does anyone have any recommendations of a Chicagoland Instructor? (preferably North/NW side & suburbs)

 

I'd like to keep my options open as I search for that perfect fit of a coach. (if there is one)

 

Thanks!

post #2 of 4

Nick Clearwater is who I would go to in that area. He knows his stuff and works with some really good players. 

post #3 of 4

Nick is very good. I also work at Diversey range and the Bensenville dome. If you have any questions and want to talk PM me and I will send you my number
 

post #4 of 4

Dan Kochevar is also a very good coach at the Bensenville dome. 

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