Viera Florida golf enthusiasts know golf is a game of inches, make every inch count with our friendly knowledgeable professionals at Viera East Golf Club. With several professionals on staff, scheduling a lesson can be done at your convenience.
|Lane Burney||1/2 hour $35||1 hour $50|
|Mike Hogan||1/2 hour $40||1 hour $60|
Mike Hogan | Director of Instruction
Phone: (321) 544-6902 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike has been a PGA Member since 1999 and has played professionally on various tours. With thirty-years of experience teaching golf and thousands of lessons under his belt, Mike has been able to help players of all abilities. From the seasoned avid golfer, to those just taking up the game for the first time, Mike has been able to help every type of golfer improve their game. “I stress to my students the importance in basics. Being a PGA teaching professional, it has enabled me to attend teaching seminars taught by some of the world’s best instructors. I bring that knowledge back to my students. Enabling them to shoot lower scores and have more fun! Being able to take advantage of today’s high technology is a big help in becoming more consistent. I offer sessions with flightscope, the next big thing in golf training. Flightscopes 3D doppler tracking radar offers flight distance, club head speed, ball speed, smash factor, shot dispersion and total distance. If you would like to improve your score and have more fun playing golf, Michael teaches at the Viera East Golf Academy located at the Viera East Golf Club in Viera, FL. For information about lesson availability please contact Michael via email or phone listed in the contact information.Lane Burney | Head Golf Professional
Every golfer is different and I approach my instruction that way. I begin each lesson by interacting with my students to make them feel comfortable while learning about their personality. While I believe in certain laws and principles in the golf swing, I always try to structure the lesson towards the individual.
Every great golfer had to start somewhere. My style of teaching begins with the fundamentals such as: grip, stance, posture, and ball position. Since each player is uniquely different, I focus to develop a lesson plan that’s tailored to identify each student's strengths and weaknesses to help them reach their full potential.