Individual Instruction at Calabasas Country Club

The entire staff at The Calabasas Golf Academy are PGA members and Hank Haney certified Instructors. The Staff is committed to helping our Members play their best golf. By utilizing the Golf Performance Center, which includes two putting greens, the Dave Pelz designed short game area, full practice range, and TrackMan Launch Monitor. The Academy instructors are prepared to help golfers further enjoy the game through improvement.

Game Evaluation

Begin your improvement by spending 45 minutes with a PGA Professional who will get to know your game, observe all areas of your game from driving to putting, analyze your full swing on video, help you set goals, and customize a plan of action to reach your goals.

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Regular Instruction

Once you have a plan, work regularly with your instructor to achieve results. True improvement is built with focused practice on one concept at a time to make steady progress. Sometimes a single concept takes more than one session to master. Most students take a lesson each week to ensure they are working on the correct concepts.

Well Rounded Instruction

Work with an instructor on the full swing indoors in the Performance Center or outdoors on the full length practice range. At times, it is best to be swing-oriented and work on mechanics. As habits are formed in the swing, your instructor will help you transition to the practice range and then to the golf course.

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Learn to score lower by working with your instructor on your short game at the Dave Pelz-designed short game area featuring three greens, each with its own bunker. Perfect your putting stroke with your professional utilizing the putting studio in the Performance center or on either of the two putting greens overlooking the 9th and 18th holes.

Put it all together with on-course instruction during which you will learn how to play the game better. Your professional will help you with planning your shots, thinking more effectively, hitting from various slopes and lies, and playing situation-specific shots.