Dynamix Golf brings the best teaching environment and PGA Tour proven results to your game. We have all taken lessons before, probably from a few teachers over you career and have seen small results. The staff at Dynamix Golf is committed to delivering a teaching and learning atmosphere that is second to none.
If you are a competitive golfer, than learning from a teacher that has won events under tournament pressure is a must. For the amateur player or those new to the game having a teacher that simplifies the golf swing and the process to make it simple is invaluable.
The fact is a teacher needs to make the game simple and understandable but by all means generate better shot making!
DYNAMIX TEACHING STAFF
Drew Nelson – Drew has been around championship golf his entire life and became to top player at a very young age. Drew was introduced to the life of professional golf at a young age. He spent his early childhood traveling the country following his dad on the PGA Tour. As Drew grew older his attention turned to competitive golf, and by the age of 15, Drew was representing the U.S. in Japan at the inaugural Ozaki Cup. As his game progressed, so did his achievements. Drew won the Ga. High School State Championship his senior year, and turned pro shortly after. Drew competed at the PGA Tour Q-School at the young age of 19, and thus started his professional journey. Throughout his career Drew played on the Hooters Tour, Tarheel Tour, Emerald Coast Tour, as well as on the Nationwide Tour in 2007 amassing 36 victories throughout his career as well as player of the year and leading money winner honors in 2004. While keeping his focus on golf, Drew also spent time caddying and teaching. Drew has caddied on the PGA and Champions Tour, as well as teaching various professionals along the way. In 2009 Drew opened the Nelson Golf Academy, and has also been found giving lessons on both ESPN and The Golf Channel. If you asked Drew about his favorite moment in golf it would have to be his two victories at the Office Depot Father/Son Challenge with his dad.
- Champions Tour (29 wins PGA/Champions Tour)
- World Golf Hall of Fame
- 3 Time Major Champion 81′&87′ PGA Championship
- 84′ US Open
- 3 Ryder Cup’s
Larry’s tournament wins include, 10 PGA Tournaments of which 3 were Majors. Winning by four strokes, he earned his first major title – the 1981 PGA Championship at the Atlanta Athletic Club by 4 strokes over Fuzzy Zoeller. In 1983, Larry won his second major title – the U.S. Open at Oakmont. Making this win even more remarkable, was that Larry came from seven strokes down at the half-way point to defeat Tom Watson by a single stroke while also breaking the 51 year Open record held by Gene Sarazen with a 10 under par final 36 hole record 132 score (65-67). Larry’s third major title was no less dramatic, winning a second PGA Championship at the PGA National Resort and Spa in 1987 over Lanny Wadkins with a par at the first sudden death playoff hole.
Larry’s other many wins, include 4 Japan Golf Tour wins, 19 Champions Tour wins, 5 Senior Wins, as well as the 1988 PGA Grand Slam of Golf and Larry’s first tournament win; the 1978 Georgia Open. In addition to Larry’s many tournament wins, he also represented the U.S.A. by playing on the 1979, 1981, and 1987 Ryder Cup teams. To this day, Larry Nelson’s Ryder Cup record of 9-3-1 is among the best of the past 30 years.
Full Swing, Short Game & Putting.
Drew Nelson- $150/hr. discounts on package series
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