First and foremost, golf should be fun
Calvin started playing golf at the age of 10 and grew up in a small town outside of Madison, WI. He was an accomplished junior player, playing on the Wisconsin State Golf Association Junior Tour and helping his high school win the state championship his senior year. At age 25, Calvin went back to college to get a degree in Golf Enterprise Management from the University of Wisconsin, Stout. After falling in love with California during an internship, Calvin knew he wanted to pursue a golf career in this sunny state. Calvin is currently enrolled in the PGA of America’s program to become a certified instructor. He enjoys teaching the game of golf and watching the transformation of his players, but above all, he believes that no matter what someone is doing, that it should first and foremost, be fun.
No matter what level the player is at, it all starts with basic fundamentals. Golf starts from the ground up and it’s important to build a solid foundation: Grip, Stance, and Posture. It is Calvin’s belief that through drills and through proper practice, players can build a more consistent swing by improving their movement patterns. It’s important for the student to understand what is causing them to do something wrong so they can take the necessary steps to fix it. It does not matter if you are a beginner or a professional, golf should always be fun.