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richRich Carr, Class A Teaching Professional

Rich has been instructing and improving the games of his students for over 10 years.  He is widely regarded as one of the finest and most knowledgable instructors in the region. He has instructed and mentored many NCAA Division 1 and 2 players to success on the golf course and in the classroom.  Rich instructs all types and talent levels of golfers.  He has learned his craft from the finest instructors in the country, many of whom are recognized by Golf Magazine annually on their Top 100 Teacher list.

Here is what one of those instructors had to say about Rich:
"Rich Carr is a true student of the golf swing.  He has taught at many of my schools and the students love his teaching style.  He possesses all the tools necessary to improve all types of golf swings. His passion in working with his students is second to none." - Ted Sheftic, PGA  Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher

To schedule your lesson:
Call 717-786-5054 or Email Rich HERE

"I take complex information and communicate it in a simple fashion.  I work with each individual student, taking into consideration their unique talents and abilities."  Rich Carr, PGA


scottScott Sklar, Class A Teaching Professional

Scott attended Methodist University where he majored in the Professional Golf Management Program located in Fayetteville, North Carolina.  In 2009, he graduated from Methodist University with his Class A Certification to the PGA and a Degree in Business Administration. Before coming to Tanglewood, Scott became the Head Golf Professional at Patriots Glen in Elkton, Maryland. There he started his teaching career, which quickly became a success.

Scott’s teaching philosophy is based around the five swing dynamics of the golf swing. Dynamics such as a flat left wrist at impact or swinging down the plane line, Scott will develop your swing thoughts and dynamics into a confident golfer with more consistency. Rather than teaching swing styles and mechanics, his focus is on the hands at impact in order to create optimal distance and consistency. Every golfer has a different learning style and unique swing, and Scott understands that each golfer must be tailored to differently.

“It makes me feel good every time a student finds the proper swing dynamics in his/her swing and lets one loose during their lesson.”  Scott Sklar, PGA

Want to learn more about the “aiming point” technique or the forward swing bottom? Call the golf shop at Tanglewood to set up your private or group lesson with Scott, and find out the variety of lessons he can offer to you!

To Schedule Your Lesson:
Call 717-7862500 or Email Scott HERE

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Golf Tip of the Month

Scott Sklar, PGA Professional

A hint to help your posture:

In 2013, I found myself teaching effective posture to most of my students. Frustrated on the course with their performance and inconsistencies , it seems to all go back to the pre-swing setup. A golfer can have one of the best swings at the course, but if they have a poor posture, that swing of theirs can be lost in translation and prove to be inconsistent. Click Here for a great way to find the correct setup. I saw this drill/exercise done at the U.S Open by Paddy Harrington at the driving range with his coach.

Now that we know how to get into the correct posture position, we must make sure to maintain that effective posture until impact is achieved. The most popular tendency I have seen golfers want to do is straighten there back knee, thus altering their posture while swinging back and through. Click Here to see how focusing on that back knee will help maintain your posture throughout the swing. Hopefully these short videos will help improve your posture in 2014!

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