On-Course Coaching


On-course coaching is done in small groups of 2-4 students. There is obviously a lot more to the game than just what takes place in a typical lesson on the range, short game area or putting green. These sessions enable both the coach and the students to spend time together on the course – where course management, shot selection, trouble shots and mental game is more effectively discussed. Part of Brad’s unique method is spending a high percentage of time on the course with juniors – this is crucial in developing and preparing them for high level junior and collegiate golf. This process has developed AJGA champions, JTNC Players of the Year, AJGA Scholastic Junior All-Americans and numerous college golfers.

On-course classes typically meet on weekdays after school or on Saturday afternoons. Over the course of each session another area in addition to on-course time is typically covered. These additional areas include: short game, putting, distance wedges and TrackMan training. Competitions between students and contests on TrackMan help take the skills learned and transfer them onto the golf course. This competitive group environment is similar to the practices golfers will see at the college level.

Development from a junior golfer into a collegiate golfer takes countless hours of hard work on both the student’s and teacher’s end. The structure of working with students one on one and also on the course in groups allows for more hours of instruction and observation, and leads to more rapid improvement for the student. Seeing the student on the golf course is of great value and where course management and strategy can most effectively be taught and learned.

All classes are held at Corica Park in Alameda, CA. In addition to the expansive putting green, driving range and short game area, they also have 45 of the best holes the Bay Area has to offer. More information on the facility can be found here.

Sessions range between $200-250 depending on the length of the session.