Golf
Coaching
Richard Lee - NZPGA Coaching Professional   
 
"Your body type, rhythm and tendencies are unique to you. I understand this. So let’s work together to give you a greater understanding of what you are doing. Ultimately improving your golf and increasing your enjoyment for the game."   
 
Richard has been playing golf since he was 12. Early in his career he won the New Zealand Amateur and represented Auckland and New Zealand. His professional career spanned more than 20 years playing on the Australasian, Asian, Japanese and European Golf Tours. Two of many career highlights were shooting the course record 62 at Royal Melbourne and becoming the first New Zealander to shoot 59 in a professional tournament.  
 
"Whilst golf is a very technical sport, my philosophy is to keep lessons as simple as possible. This approach will help to keep the fluidity in your golf swing and not tighten up with too many thoughts." 
 
Richard run's the junior coaching program at Maungakiekie and is also available for private one-on-one or small group coaching sessions.  
 
Please contact Richard directly for pricing and availability through his website
 
RLee coaching 
 
Cathryn Bristow - NZPGA Professional
 
"Following a successful amateur career that included representing my province at interprovincials, attending the University of Oregon on a golf scholarship, and representing New Zealand in the World Amateur team’s event and Queen Sirikit cup, I had a 10-year professional career playing on the LPGA Symetra, LPGA, Ladies European, and WPGA tours."
 
Since returning to New Zealand, Cathryn has been studying Psychology at University of Auckland and offering one-on-one and group coaching clinics focusing on all aspects of golf (full swing, pitching, chipping, putting, mental and physical skills).
 
Cathryn is running Maungakiekie's excellent 'She Loves Golf' introductory experiences for women new to the game.
 
For more information please contact Cathryn via catbristow54@gmail.com or 021 023 54143.
 
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