Kyle Miller has been a member of the CGTF and World Golf Teachers Federation for five years, and has been playing golf ever since he can remember. It was in his teenage years that he realized his path in life was to teach the game of golf to others. Miller claims that playing and teaching golf to others acted …continue reading
As winter arrives in Canada, we all look forward to next season and getting out on the fairways on our favourite courses close to home. If this is the year …continue reading
We are pleased to announce a learning opportunity for CGTF Members. In partnership with Sarah Claridge a Golf Professonal from England, we extend the opportunity to CGTF members to register and attend this one day course, offered in London, Ontario. The date for this course will be …continue reading
When it comes to teaching in a golf school, a good golf teaching professional needs to have some specific qualities. Aside from the obvious, which is a good understanding of the mechanics of the golf swing, …continue reading
Stories of professional golfers overcoming hardships to succeed are common, but the obstacles in Stacy Lewis’s way were in a class all their own. Lewis is the top-ranked female American player in the world, and in 2012 was the LPGA Tour’s player of the year. …continue reading
As the economy started spiraling south in 2008, so did the golf industry. Both the number of golfers and the number of rounds played dropped significantly. Courses started closing in record numbers, and today we have fewer courses than in 2005.
Finally, we are seeing good news. …continue reading