This winter and spring, the instructors at Bear Creek, like a lot of PGA Professionals, are focusing their efforts on player development. Most PGA teaching professionals believe that golfers who invest a little time in learning to play often enjoy the game more than those who’ve never taken a single lesson. But, just taking lessons is one thing, a commitment to player development is another. The PGA teaching professionals at Bear Creek want you to play better golf through learning programs that evolve as your playing progresses.
“We have a wide range of programs with classes for beginners, women, juniors, couples, and individuals as well as our Scoring Game Schools. Our students range in age from 3 to 90 years old,” explains lifetime PGA member and Director of Instruction Michael Barnett. Bear Creek is considered one of the Valley’s most versatile and accommodating golf facilities. An 18 hole Nicklaus designed championship course, an 18 hole executive course, two practice putting greens, and an excellent short game practice area provide for instruction and play time under all conditions.
The PGA instructors at Bear Creek have put together a variety of player improvement programs this winter and spring to suit most schedules and budgets. Players can choose from 6 and 8 week classes, which includes a women’s only “learn to golf” class, as well as the nationally recognized Get Golf Ready Program. Whether you’re a beginner looking for fun, intermediate or more advanced player, Bear Creek has the right program for you. Ask your PGA professional about a Player Development plan that might just take your game to the next level.