Introductory, Level I – Adult
Acquire the basic fundamentals, information and ability to feel comfortable on the golf course – perfect for individuals with limited or no experience! Classes will begin with putting and chipping and progress to pitching and full swing. Finish up with an experience on our par 3 golf course where students will get a basic overview of how to apply the skills learned on the golf course. Classes provide a fun environment to learn how to play this wonderful game of a lifetime. Come out and join a class to experience the joys of playing.
Introductory, Level I – Adult
Intermediate, Level II – Adult
Are you ready for more than the fundamentals? These classes are the suggested “next steps” after completion of introductory classes. Classes focus on fine tuning your golf swing through the introduction of games and drills that will help you transition successfully to the golf course. The fourth lesson will be held on our Par 3 or Executive 9 Golf Course.
Introductory, Level I – Junior
Our introductory classes are designed for those who are interested in learning the basic skills to get out and play golf. Classes and camps provide a fun environment to learn how to play this wonderful game of a lifetime. With the Par 3 course at Foothills Golf Course, we can provide the perfect situation for students to experience the joys of playing.
Intermediate, Level II – Junior
Are you ready for more than the fundamentals? These Level II have been created for you as suggested “next steps” after completion of introductory classes. Focus is on fine tuning your golf swing through the introduction of games and drills that will help you transition successfully to the golf course.
Developmental, Level III – Junior
Do you play routinely, want to lower your scores and improve your overall consistency? Developmental classes and camps will provide the concepts needed for creating consistent motion. Lower student/teacher ratio and increased class time allow for more personal attention. Our instructors will assist you in developing an improvement plan to satisfy your goals.
Adult Private Lesson:
30 minute lesson: $50
45 minute lesson: $70
60 minute lesson: $85
Adult 4-Lesson Series:
four, 30 minute lessons: $190
four, 45 minute lessons: $265
four, 60 minute lessons: $320
Junior Private/Semi Private Lesson (ages 17 and under):
30 minute lesson: $40
60 minute lesson: $75
Junior 4-Lesson Series: four, 30 minute lessons: $150
Create your own group: Do you have a group of friends who would benefit from group instruction? Contact our instructional staff to set up your custom made class. We can schedule classes that meet at your convenience. Lessons are conducted at 1 hour per session.
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Family Lesson: $100 (Up to 6 people in the same family)
Hometown: Holdrege, Nebraska
College: Regis University, Denver
Randy is currently the PGA Head Golf Professional at Foothills Golf Course. He has been teaching with Foothills and The Meadows golf courses since 1992. Randy is a Certified Class A PGA Member who has been involved in golf the majority of his life. Prior to working in golf Randy spent four years of NCAA golf on scholarship, he was medalist in 14 NCAA events. He has extensive experience at teaching every phase of the game to students of all ages and ability levels.
Instructor Quote: “I like to keep the fundamentals of golf as simple as possible. When analyzing an individual’s golf swing I isolate areas to locate the fault that is causing other problems. Once this is determined, many swings can be improved quickly and dramatically. I enjoy teaching the mental aspects of the game and helping students get to their next level.“
Hometown: Titusville, PA
College: Mercyhurst College, Erie, PA
Nina is a Class A member of the LPGA, Assistant Golf Professional and Director of Instruction for Foothills Golf Course. Nina has been teaching golf to students of all abilities since 2001. Prior to her time here at Foothills, Nina was an Assistant Professional at Haymaker Golf Course in Steamboat Springs, CO from 2001-2008 where she was responsible for all outside events and was the Director of Junior Golf.
Nina is a member of the Global Education Team and serves as a National Evaluator for the LPGA. In addition, Nina is a US Kids certified instructor, is Positive Coaching Alliance Certified, and prides herself on building golf programs to meet the needs of all students at Foothills Golf Course. Nina has grown the Junior Golf Program at Foothills to be one of the premier programs in the metro area. She coaches multiple junior teams and brings a lifelong passion for golf to all of her students. Nina, in addition to golf, enjoys hiking the mountains and paddling the lakes of Colorado! Nina spent 18 years living in the mountains of Steamboat Springs, skiing, golfing, and raising her two daughters prior to her time in Denver.
Instructor Quote: “I enjoy the game of golf immensely and love to pass on my knowledge to my students in a way that is easy for them to understand, interpret and apply so that it is meaningful to them. I believe every student is an individual and learns in a way that is unique to them. A successful lesson is one where my student leaves the lesson tee with a complete sense of ownership.”
Hometown: Dysart, Iowa
College: Northeast Missouri State University, University of Northern CO
Beth is a Class A LPGA Professional and has been teaching golf since 1991. She has worked at Foothills for most of that time, but also spent five years with the McGetrick Golf Academy. She grew up in Iowa and played college golf at Truman State University. In addition to Foothills, Beth also teaches physical education and coaches both the boys and girls middle and high school teams at Colorado Academy. She formerly served the LPGA as a National Evaluator and currently serves on the LPGA Master Professional Committee. Aside from golf, Beth loves baseball (Go Cubs Go!), traveling and just about everything in Colorado.
Instructor Quote: “I think a person’s golf game and reasons for playing golf are as unique as the individual. I also believe that golf is much more ‘learned’ than ‘taught’. My primary goal in instruction is to help players discover and develop physical and mental skills in order to become the best they can be in accordance to their personal goals.”
Hometown: San Diego, CA
College: University of Denver
Bill is a San Diego native, and graduate of the University of Denver. He turned professional in 1989 and has been a PGA member since 1996. He is a member of the PGA Quarter Century Club, is a member of the Positive Coaching Alliance, is ADM certified and is a US Kids Certified instructor. He enjoys teaching students of all levels, abilities and ages. As a player, he was the Sun Country PGA champion in 2002, was runner-up in the 1998 New Mexico Open to Notah Begay III and has participated in the PGA Club Pro Championship four times, the Senior PGA Club Professional Championship twice and the national PGA Assitant’s Championship once.
Instructor Quote: “I want to make the game fun. I would like to find out what the student’s motivation is for taking the lesson, then develop a plan to improve their game which includes sound fundamentals communicated in a way that is enjoyable and educational.”
Hometown: Denver, CO
College: University of Colorado
Scott is a Class A PGA member. He was an Assistant Golf Professional at Foothills Golf Course from 2001-2007. He was the Head Professional at Broken Tee Golf Course in 2008 and 2009 before taking time off to stay at home and raise his two daughters. He played NCAA golf for three years and has played in numerous US Open qualifiers. He spent 4 years coaching High School golf at Colorado Academy. When not golfing he enjoys fly fishing, bicycling, playing basketball and spending time with his family.
Instructor Quote: “Everyone plays golf for a different reason. My job is to understand the student and their goals to help guide them on their journey through swing mechanics and mental aspects. Golf can seem complicated, intimidating, and frustrating but I will show you that you can do it! I enjoy working with all ages and abilities.”
Hometown: Chicago, IL
College: University of Illinois Campaign-Urbana
Jim is a Class A PGA Professional who has been teaching Individual & Group Private lessons and clinics on all phases of the game for the past 12 years at West Woods Golf Course and most recently at The Club at Inverness. Years of martial arts practice led him to study the Body-Swing Connection in golf. He achieved Level One Certification from the Titleist Performance Institute, and works with both physical therapists and fitness instructors to help golfers reach their potential.
Instructor Quote: “Every ‘body’ is different, so every swing will be unique. The physics of impact don’t lie – ball flight is a diagnosable cause and effect. We just need to find the most efficient and repeatable motion for each individual to optimize that moment of impact. I’m just a guide, though – trying to help each client ‘find their groove’.”
Hometown: Denver, Colorado
College: University of Colorado
John is a Class A PGA member and has been a golf professional since 1981. His prior experience includes Head Professional at Copper Mountain Golf Course and Head Professional at Breckenridge Golf Course. John has extensive years teaching at several courses in Colorado, including: Foothills Golf Course and Englewood Golf Course. John enjoys teaching the game and playing in professional tournaments.
Instructor Quote: “There are a number of ways to play good golf. I try to match each person’s physique, athletic ability, and work ethic with a swing model that will fit their goals.”
Hometown: Evergreen, CO
College: Colorado State University
1988-1989 Heather Ridge County Club
1990-1991 Kennedy Golf Course
1992-1998 Overland Golf Course
2007-present Meadows Golf Course
Instructor Quote: “Golf is a game that to be played well, has to be played by feel. The best players describe feeling like an artist on the golf course, not an engineer. However, for someone beginning the game, or a player struggling with their game, the swing mechanics have to be addressed. In golf, like othe sports, consistency is achieved by developing good fundamentals.”