FREE 6 Week Golf Video Lesson Series with Will Coleman



PGA Teaching Professional Will Coleman has developed a FREE 6 week video golf lesson series that will help you improve your game, lower your handicap and you WILL have more fun on the golf course.  Do you want to know the best part? It is FREE!

Each week, you’ll learn how to improve your game as Will covers hot topics, including:

  • Short Range Putting
  • The Approach Shot
  • Bunker Play
  • Your Mental Game
  • Driver Set Up
  • Reducing the Slice

Who is Will Coleman?

Will grew up in Lynchburg, Virginia and first picked up a golf club when he was about 5 years old. He went to school at Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina where he graduated cum laude in 2011 with a degree in Business Administration and a concentration in Professional Golf Management (PGM). Besides playing a lot of golf, he was a Founding Father of the Pi Mu chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity on campus, a member of four vocal groups, and he performed in several shows with the Methodist Theatre. He has also been working at a golf course since the age of twelve.

Once starting the PGM program at Methodist, he worked summer internships each year. During his freshmen year he worked under Kelly Childs, the president of the Carolinas Section of the PGA. In his sophomore year, he worked junior golf camps at Independence Golf Club in Midlothian, Virginia and in his junior year he was in Sacramento, California working at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex where he gained a lot of experience doing custom club fittings and teaching beginner and intermediate golf clinics. His final internship was spent in Chicago at the Old Elm Club. Upon graduation, Will worked at the Riomar Country Club in Vero Beach, Florida as the First Assistant Pro teaching golfers of all skill levels before returning to Sacramento and the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex.

Will prefers to teach students using knowledge of the golf swing with a little bit of humor mixed in. His belief is that sometimes this game can have too much information and can be overwhelming. His goal is to keep things as simple and fun as possible.

Are you ready to improve your golf game?


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