Coach in the News
GolfTEC Coaches In The News
It’s been a big year for GolfTEC Coaches. Not only did GolfTEC hit a major milestone when Coach Brian Rogish from GolfTEC Canton taught GolfTEC’s three millionth lesson, but five Coaches were recently honored on Golf Digest’s list of top instructors by state.
Ty Walker and Nate Morris from GolfTEC Denver Tech Center and Andy Hilts, GolfTEC VP of Instruction, were recognized on the Colorado list by Golf Digest.
|GolfTEC DTC Assistant Center Manager,|
|GolfTEC DTC Center Manager, Ty Walker|
James Kinney, GolfTEC Omaha Center Manger and Franchise Owner was named as a top Nebraska instructor and Nick Paez, Center Manager and Franchise Owner at GolfTEC Cleveland West was recognized in Ohio.
|GolfTEC Omaha Center Manager and Franchise Owner, James Kinney|
|GolfTEC Cleveland Center Manager and Franchise Owner, Nick Paez|
The 2011 awards ranged beyond the Golf Digest list and GolfTEC Golden Coach Patrick Nuber was named Colorado PGA Teacher of the Year.
|GolfTEC Golden Center Manager and Director of Instruction, Patrick Nuber|
The average PGA professional teaches approximately 100 lessons per year. During 2011, Kinney, Walker, Morris and Nuber all taught more than 1,600 lessons and Nick Paez taught nearly 2,400. Over their GolfTEC careers, Nuber and Paez have taught over 10,000 lessons and Kinney and Morris have both taught close to 8,000. That’s a lot of improved golfers when you consider GolfTEC’s 95% success rate. Ty Walker was the first employee at GolfTEC and joined co-founders Joe Assell and Mike Clinton in 1996. Ty has taught well over 30,000 lessons in 15 years.