Golf is about having fun with friends and family
Katie Robinson was born and raised in Southern California. At the age of 10, she started playing golf as a way to spend time with her dad. He instilled in her the importance of honesty, respect, and good sportsmanship through this great game. He also told her the importance of taking lessons and learning the proper way to play the game.
With the help of her instructor, Katie excelled quickly and played her way from the PGA Juniors to her High School Varsity team where she made it to the conference finals. She also played for her college golf team where she made it to the state semi-finals. While playing for her college team, she received her degree in Business Management. That was when she decided to make golf her career. Katie attended the Professional Golfers Career College to learn all aspects of the golf industry where she achieved a degree in Professional Golf Management and was also the Class Valedictorian.
When it comes to teaching, her approach is to build her lesson plans to meet the player’s individual goals. A player’s swing can vary depending on the player’s physical ability so it’s important to take all criteria into consideration when designing a lesson plan. Fundamentals are keys to the start of a good golf swing and correctly practicing the fundamentals is the best way to improve a player’s game. It’s also important to sharpen a player’s fundamentals while building new skills. Katie’s goal for students is to improve their game so they can enjoy this wonderful game all their life.