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GRAA New Award Winner Profile – Krista Dunton, PGA/LPGA

Krista Dunton, an award-winning golf coach and instructor and member of the PGA of America and LPGA, recently added a new award to her list of accolades. She is a 2023 GRAA Top 100 Growth of the Game Teaching Professional. Krista will be featured in a future Women Leading on the Range story, but she shared some information about her journey in golf for this GRAA new award winner profile piece.

Five Questions with Bill Scott, PGA

Bill Scott is an award-winning PGA of America Golf Professional and the Director of Instruction at the Don Law Golf Academy at Osprey Point in Florida. He’s an elite GRAA Growth of the Game Teaching Professional and has many high-end players on his student roster. In this piece, he shares some time for this month’s edition of Five Questions.

GRAA Award Winner Profile – Chris Yoder, PGA

PGA of America Golf Professional Chris Yoder has transformed old-school one-off lesson engagement into one of the top junior golf programs in the country. Not only is he developing his juniors’ skills at Scioto Country Club, but he’s providing lifelong memories and valued experience by traveling with his players to stellar tournaments across his region and down south in Georgia and Alabama. Yoder, a 2023 GRAA Top 100 Growth of the Game Teaching Professional, shares his story in this GRAA Award Winner profile piece.

Charting New Territory: Pioneering Approach to Teaching Rhythm and Tempo

Sleepy Hollow Country Club Director of Instruction Kevin Sprecher is a Quarter Century PGA of America Member. He is an award-winning teacher and coach and has a list of special accolades to back up his expertise. In this guest piece, Sprecher shares an innovative and interesting method of developing students’ rhythm and tempo.

Northeastern New York PGA – Growing the Game on the Business Side of the Counter

Preparing the next generation of professionals to carry the game forward is vital to the long-term success of golf. PGA Members are adept at sharing ideas and best practices to maximize productivity and service today, but who’s preparing tomorrow’s leaders to do the same? In this piece, we highlight the efforts of the Northeastern New York PGA Section and its Assistant’s Committee, which has put special Accelerator Sessions in place to help PGA Associates get through their bookwork and best manage their time.

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