Nothing Putt the Best
What’s in a stroke? A lot. And we use a variety of state-of-the art technologies to make yours the best it can be. Put it with our leading instructors and our Golf Performance Center is in a league of its own.
Director of Putting Instruction
Phil is one of the most sought-after ‘specialist putting coaches’ and has worked with many of the world’s leading players. Before developing a career as a coach, Phil competed worldwide as a tournament professional. Prior to his career in professional golf Phil completed a Masters Degree in Sport Science. His background in sports science brings a cutting edge to putting instruction which, when combined with his experiences as both player and coach, means that he is always pushing the limits and looking for new ways to help golfers.
Past and Present Students:
Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson, Justin Rose, Lee Westwood, Louis Oosthuizen, Martin Kaymer, Branden Grace, Alex Noren, Tommy Fleetwood, Francesco Molinari, and Gary Woodland
Senior Putting Instructor
David Angelotti, a PGA professional since 2011, began his teaching career under the tutelage of the Jim McLean Golf Schools. During his tenure with JMGS, he achieved the Master Instructor classification. David regularly travels to observe and learn from some of the best minds in the game. His love for the game, specifically putting, has grown since his very first lesson. He has continually sought out short game specialists including James Ridyard, John Graham, Kevin Weeks, Mark Sweeney, and many more.
David accredits his passion and knowledge of putting to two specific individuals, Phil Kenyon and David Orr. David has spent numerous hours with these fantastic coaches to help hone his craft. David enjoys working with golfers of all skill levels and takes pride in helping them achieve their goals.
Welcome to our state-of-the-art center and some of the finest practice facilities in the world—indoors and out. Three hundred yards of tee area, multiple target greens, two chipping greens, four putting greens, instruction and hitting bays, a radar-based launch monitor, crowd-pleasing putting studio, and more.