GOLF CLASSES BY MASTER PROFESSIONAL RICK DANRUTHER
Only $99 per person for a series of (4) 45 minute group lessons
Learn the Basics of the golf swing & short game in a relaxing and fun environment! These Classes are Ideal for:
– Couples & at least one of them hasn’t played much before
– Parent & Junior
– Golfers who want to start getting better & play more
– Juniors who want to play High School golf
Rick does not teach each person the same, he takes what you got and shows you some simple adjustments and easy to follow drills that will help you gradually improve for the long term. Let’s get rid of all the tips/swing thoughts that are in your head and get you on a simple path to improvement and more fun!
The next class dates have not been set up yet, but to get on the interest list email Rick at [email protected] include your name, cell, email, and brief outline of your current golf game and your goals.
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Need help improving your game?
Our head instructor, Rick Danruther, is one of only a handful of Certified Master PGA Professionals in the United States and has been teaching in the Inland Empire since 1989, a PGA of America Quarter Century Club member, and Assistant Golf Coach at Rancho High School. “I try to keep the instruction simple and effective,” says Rick Danruther. “I take the golfers’s abilities and current swing and sand and polish it a little here and there to help them steadily improve. I don’t believe in tearing down and re-building a player’s swing which rarely works.”
Need help improving your game?
Individual lessons are $300 for 5 sessions for one student. Bring a friend and take advantage of our ‘Partners Lesson Plan”; for only $400 you & your friend receive five 45 minute instructional sessions together at the same time which helps make the learning enjoyable and builds camaraderie. Email Rick Danruther to purchase a package or for more information. Give your favorite golfer a gift which will last a lifetime, help improve his golf game forever!
Do any of the following plague your golf game?
Does your ball start left and then slice back to the fairway or go way right? Does your divot always point to the left and sometimes do you pull your shots? Does your ball go high and leaks off to the right with little power? If so you probably have the clubface too “open” during your swing and no matter what you do you can never quite square it up at the ball so you have to “come over the top” on your downswing and pull the ball left so it can cut back to your target. If this sounds like you don’t worry, most golfers who have played for awhile get into this habit! The good news is it is very simple to adjust your clubface position and not only eliminate your slice but actually draw the ball! Don’t believe me? Then come and take one lesson with me and I will guarantee I can eliminate or reduce most of your slice in one lesson!
Scoring & Shortgame?
Are you a good player but seem “stuck” shooting around the same scores most of the time without any real improvement? Most players focus too much on their swing and not their short game and scoring. I bet there is a shot around the green that is bothering you and costing you several shots a round like sand play, 20-30 yard pitch, or an “in-between” wedge shot. There is a certain position that all great pitchers/chippers have that I will teach you, and you can practice it at home! Every great player keeps his/her hands ahead of the clubface during and after impact, that is the only way to gain consistency in how solid you chip/pitch the ball and the only way to really know how far your pitch/chip shot will go. I will show you how to “FEEL” this correct position and how to get there.
Is there a certain wedge distance like 60 yards that you are struggling with? If so I bet there is a distance that you really like and have confidence in. I will teach you a wedge game system similar to Short Game guru Dave Pelz that will help you learn 3 different distances that you will hit each of your wedges EXACTLY every time. No more guesswork or feel. Imagine playing a golf course that has no yardage markers or monuments?? Then how in the world can you play your best if you don’t know how far you hit your in between wedge shots? For instance these are the distances I hit my Lob wedge exactly: Full swing = 80 yards, 3/4 swing 70 yards, and 1/2 swing 60 yards (and if I choke up I hit the 1/2 swing exactly 52 yards). Now you just pace of the yardage you want to hit your wedge shot, (or I use a Bushnell range finder), and pick the appropriate club and the length of swing and presto, you will hit the ball pin high and save some serious strokes off your game!
Can’t break par or can’t break 80?
Are you ever feel like you are “stuck” shooting the same scores or can’t break a certain score like 90, 80 or par? Do you play well at times during your round and then fall apart on 2-3 holes? Are you the guy after your round who says “take away the triple on #10 and the double on #5 and I would have broken 80 for the first time?” If you watch the pros play on TV or a really good player you might not notice it but they rarely ever make more than bogey. They have figured out that the “secret” to playing your best golf is “improving your bad shots so that they aren’t that bad”. What I try to do with each player is improve their mis hits, not improve their best hits! If you are blocking or pulling 2-3 tee shots every round into trouble, (or worse out of bounds), then we need to find out why your swing produces that shot from time to time and show you how to eliminate it and prescribe drills that will prevent it from seeping back into your game.
Why do I know so much about all of these problems?
Ben Smith – Head Golf Pro
Ben has been the Head Golf professional since 2000 and has been teaching for over 16 years, several of his younger students have earned valuable golf scholarships at Division I colleges. Ben’s warm and outgoing personality helps the student relax and creates a fun and upbeat learning environment which makes the learning process fun, this game is hard enough already!
Sierra Lakes has one of the finest and most experienced certified One Plane Golf instructors in the country, Ben Smith. The One Plane swing is the most direct way to strike a golf ball with a club because it allows you to truly swing on a Single Plane. This method of ball striking is used by Bryson DeChambeau and by the late great Moe Norman, a Canadian Hall of Fame member who was touted by his peers as being “The World’s Greatest Ball Striker”.
Ben Smith (on right) with student &
Dodger great Tommy Davis
Ben offers a complete instruction series for only $275.
The series includes:
– 1st Session: (On Practice range- Video Swing analyzation, Swing instruction & Practice Drills are prescribed
– 2nd Session: (On Practice range- Full swing instruction, practice drills, and follow up
– 3rd Session: Short game including Pitching, Chipping, & putting & short game drills.
– 4th Session: (On Golf Course- Driver & long clubs instruction)
– 5th Session: (On Golf Course- Bunker play, strategy, and review new learned skills.
Email Ben Smith and schedule a lesson today or call (909) 350-2500 ext 4.
Eric Yoo – Junior golf
The IEJGA, (Inland Empire Junior Golf Association), is now hosted at Sierra Lakes Golf Club by the founder Eric Yoo. Junior Golf Classes are available from Eric Yoo for kids ages 5 and up. They are taught the fundamentals of the swing, chipping, putting, and proper golf etiquette.
Lessons for older juniors or teens also available, please email Eric or call (909) 350-2500 ext 31.
Eric was a nationally ranked junior golfer, played college golf, and has a very good touch with kids.
16600 CLUBHOUSE DRIVE, FONTANA, CA 92336