Golf Instructors & Rates
LPGA Director of Instruction
Brooke Watts, LPGA
I believe in teaching my students how to swing the golf club with a bio-dynamic approach. Swing the club the way YOUR body is designed. Everyone is built differently — so we are all going to swing the club differently. Studies have shown there are over 3 trillion ways you can swing a golf club. Using a bio-dynamic approach, I can customize a swing solution that is specific to every student. Give Watts Golf ATX a try and learn how to hit the golf ball like an athlete!
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General Manager/Director of Golf
Matthew Long, PGA
Matthew’s teaching philosophy is simple. “There is no perfect way to swing or learn, each golfer is different and needs a different approach to their own golf game” Solid fundamentals, good habits and practice can improve any golfers playing ability. With over 21 years of experience Matthew teaches all ages and abilities to play and enjoy the game of golf. His goal is to create a safe, comfortable and encouraging environment for each lesson to become a better golfer. Whether you want to learn to become a scratch golfer or want to simply enjoy the game more he will be able to provide an instructional program that helps you reach your goals.
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Head Golf Professional/Tournament Coordinator
Tim Hutchinson, PGA
As a member of the Professional Golfers Association for the last 13 years, growing the game of golf to be a FUN sport!! A sport that all can play and enjoy at all levels. I teach the fundamentals and focus on tempo and balance in the golf swing.
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Alisa Rodriguez, PGA
Alisa was born and raised in Austin Texas. She attended The University of Texas at El Paso on a golf scholarship and graduated in 2018. After college, Alisa decided to pursue her dreams of playing Professional golf and competed in the 2019 LPGA Qualifying School. Alisa currently plays on the EPSON Tour, the feeder tour for the LPGA. Alisa recently qualified for the 2021, 2022 and 2023 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship as a teaching professional representing the PGA of America. When she is not traveling she loves growing the game for juniors and women. Alisa believes that everyone can improve their score by focusing on short game and course management.
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Van Johns, PGA
My approach to teaching the golf swing is a combination of Ernest Jones, Angel De La Torre and Manuel De La Torre Methods. I feel the swinging motion is the most energy efficient method to produce the force necessary to hurl a call a great distance.
The focus of the golf swing on the golf club itself, not on the body. It is the club movement as a whole that is the major concern. When the club is used properly to send the ball to the target, the body will respond correctly as a direct result. This concept works for all types of golfers, from the beginners to the experienced, from the yond and old.
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