Tyler feels, the key to connecting with students is to first understand how his students learn. He has a passion for working with juniors, women, beginners, all the way up to the accomplished amateur player.  His use of modern technology, like Trackman 4, is woven into his simplistic approach to the game. The goal is to have fun, and cultivate lasting relationships with your playing partners, while also improving.

After playing golf in college, Tyler traveled with his golf career – from golf clubs in Montana to spending his winters caddying in Palm Springs, and along the west coast. However, as the son of educators, Tyler always knew where his ultimate passion would be: instruction. Tyler uses his experience from caddying to observe how all types of players approach the game. His instructional philosophy is that the key to teaching is to first connect with students and understand how they learn. His teaching expertise ranges from juniors, beginners, women, and all the way to the accomplished amateur player.

His teaching style blends old school with modern technology. His use of modern golf technology, like Trackman 4, is woven into his simplistic approach to the game. His use of modern technology, like Trackman 4, is woven into his simplistic approach to the game – but the most important tool for golfers to possess is course management, which is taught at every lesson… It’s all about shaving strokes! Ultimately, the goal of golf is to have fun, cultivate lasting relationships with your playing partners, while also focusing on continual self-improvement.

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