Working on the fundamentals of a good swing is important, but often, the goal of shooting a score is forgotten during a swing lesson. Playing lessons are about how to play the game.
Kris Tschetter has been a professional golfer for 25+ years. She played on the LPGA tour from 1988 until 2011and now plays on the Legends tour. Kris has experienced the highs and lows of sport first hand and learned from many of the great players. She still holds the low 9-hole record in the British Open for shooting 8 under on the back nine of Royal Birkdale.
Kris graduated from TCU in 1987. While living in Ft. Worth she had the unique opportunity to spend time with Ben Hogan. He took her under his wing and mentored her in the final decade of his life which she recounted in her book, Mr. Hogan the Man I Knew.
Kris specializes in playing lessons. She will help you improve your mental game, develop course management skills and teach you specialty shots on the golf course. Together, you will assess your game, help to define the areas where improvement is most needed, and come up with a practice plan that works for you.
Swing lessons are important, but playing lessons help you take your "driving range" swing to the golf course and shoot the best possible score. During a playing lesson you will encounter new shots and learn different ways to hit a variety of shots.
"One of the most important things I learned from Mr. Hogan is that golfers never stop learning, refining, and experimenting and playing lessons are one of the best ways to learn. "