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Showplay
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2011
106 posts

re: Private golf lessons in Baton Rouge


Yes - he is great and teaches players of all abilities.





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unbeWEAVEable
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Golf Board
Member since Apr 2010
10562 posts

re: Private golf lessons in Baton Rouge


quote:

chipsanddip


What the hell

OP: unbeweaveableTD@gmail.com - I'll give you any information you are looking for.






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treble hook
Member since Nov 2011
2310 posts

re: Private golf lessons in Baton Rouge


Chuck Winstead





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Wooly
Washington Fan
Member since Feb 2012
11838 posts

re: Private golf lessons in Baton Rouge


YGM





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tha mastablasta
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Somewhere over the rainbow
Member since Jan 2012
109 posts

re: Private golf lessons in Baton Rouge


Jared LeBouef - University Club. Excellent teacher. I've been playing golf for 20+ years and I'm a 4 handicap, would recommend him to anyone.


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mytigger
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Member since Jan 2008
12138 posts

re: Private golf lessons in Baton Rouge


quote:

Jared LeBouef


us regulars call him Shia.







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LSUtigerME
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Walker, LA
Member since Oct 2012
455 posts

re: Private golf lessons in Baton Rouge


Burkstaller is pretty good. Like mentioned, he's at Oaks at Sherwood now.

However, if you've never swung before, spend some time at the range focusing on grip and swing plane. If you have a video camera, you can pretty much self diagnose at first. It's usually pretty obvious. Most pros for beginners will just focus on grip and basic fundamentals.

Once you play some and can make decent contact, then get a lesson. That'll help point out the non-obvious issues. Of course a pro could help too, but IMO a waste of money for what they're gonna tell you.






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Janky
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Team Primo
Member since Jun 2011
5801 posts

re: Private golf lessons in Baton Rouge


Take a few lessons to learn the fundamentals. If you have shitty fundamentals you will never be able to enjoy the game to its fullest. It is a great game.





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Mr Fusion
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Laffy
Member since Dec 2010
6246 posts

re: Private golf lessons in Baton Rouge


BeaverPRO probably has some extra time on his hands, seeing that he had no traffic coming home from work today.





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birdiemaker
Mississippi St. Fan
Member since Jul 2012
13 posts

re: Private golf lessons in Baton Rouge


Definitely save some dough on lessons at first. Go to the Oaks at Sherwood's range and hit some balls. There is a good chance that there will be others out there that you can meet and probably play a round with as well.





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