PGA Class A Teaching Professional, Nick Szymanski
|Individual Lesson (30 minutes)||$60.00|
|Individual Lesson (4 Lesson Package)||$180.00|
|Individual Lesson (10 Lesson Package)||$400.00|
|Junior Lesson (30 minutes)||$40.00|
|2 Person Lesson (1 hour)||$90.00|
Nicholas Szymanski is the Head Golf Professional at South Toledo Golf Club. He was elected to PGA membership in 1999 and recipient of the Golf Professional Training Program apprentice scholarship in 1999. The Golf Professional Training Program has over 20 courses, and 700 hours of study.
An accomplished player, 2014 Toledo Chapter PGA Match Play Champion as well as 1st place finish in the 2014 Toledo Chapter PGA tour championship. Nick has also qualified for the 2015 PGA Professional National Championship at the Philadelphia Cricket Club. This event has a field of only 312 players nationwide and has a purse of over $500,000. He currently holds the course record at South Toledo Golf Club with a 63. Nick was a member of the St. Johns Jesuit High School state championship golf team in 1987.
He received a Bachelors Degree from the University of Toledo in Marketing Management in 1994. Nick is currently an Executive Board members of the Toledo Junior Golf Association (2015 Secretary) as well as a past President of the Toledo Junior Golf Association (2005 – 2007)
Nick's Teaching Goals
Golf can be very complicated. Teaching the game of golf needs to simple. Giving a player too much information too fast will make this game difficult. Concentrating on one item at a time and then building on it is the easiest and fastest way to improve the game of golf. Most golfers forget that over 50% of the game of golf is from 50 yards on in, short game lessons are the quickest and easiest way to improve your game.