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Group as well as individual golf instruction is available for all player types throughout the year at Swenson Park Golf Course and Van Buskirk Golf Course. So whether you are a beginner golfer learning the basic fundamentals or an advanced player in need of a little swing tune up, Tony Troncale, PGA Professional is available to help you improve your golf game.
Golf Instruction is provided by Tony Troncale, a Life Member of the PGA and named a "Top 25 in Northern California" Instructor in 2004 by the publishers of the the Northern California Golf Guide. The benefit of working with a PGA Professional is that you have your own "personal trainer" to develop and improve your golf game.
Tony is proud to be a quarter-century club member of the PGA of America (plus the years going through the program, that’s 30+ years of dedication to the game). If you take lessons from someone other than a PGA Professional, you are missing out! We are trained professionals that have to re-certify regularly. Just because someone works at a golf course does not mean they are a PGA Professional – look for the certification!
Individual & group golf lessons are also available from other professionals on staff at the Stockton Golf Courses:
Joe Smith, PGA, Golf Professional, Van Buskirk Golf Course
Joe Smith grew up in the central valley and played high school golf for St. Mary’s in Stockton. He had a successful college golf career winning state titles and amateur events. After college he entered the Professional Ranks playing in many tournaments. Joe has been working in the golf business and giving instruction for 16 years, teaching players of all ages and abilities. He looks forward to helping you reach your full golf potential. Contact: email@example.com
Ryan Carter Golf Professional, Swenson Park Golf Course
An NCAA National Champion at Sonoma State University and PGA TOUR CANADA Competitor in 2012, Ryan's competitive background and drive to simplify the golf swing makes his method of teaching enjoyable as well as effective. Ryan also aims to emphasize how important the "mental side" of golf is to a student, both while practicing and playing, helping students develop stronger visualization, preparation, and execution techniques.