Hi Fellow Golfers,
My name is Greg Hanrahan from the USA and my life has been devoted to golf since I was a young boy. I’ve played the Asia – Europe – Japan PGA Tours and taught golf in Europe and around the world for 35 years. I even enjoyed a Sunday final round at Thai C.C. in ’97 with Tiger. I have the experience and skills to help every level of golfer to perform to their maximum potential.
I was world class with the short game, putting and the scoring shots, but my swing was not repeatable. I lost my ‘tour cards’ building a biomechanically repeating swing while on tour (not advisable) – now have a great swing and no tour to play. A proper swing and ball striking depends on pushing the club with the backswing maintaining structure and consistency, unlike the classical ‘Jack Nicklaus move’ – right and left which most pros teach.
We all have the muscle memory and images with our swings and i will not attempt to change that unless you are serious with your game. A few simple pointers and swing keys are adequate to cure and eliminate those disastrous shots.
May the fun and scoring begin!
Contact ; email@example.com or simply call 081-300-7224.
Past GOLF experience timeline;
2006-present; Helping golfers enjoy their games better with good scoring, solid fundamentals – basically everything a ‘tour pro’ knows about golf!
2005: Played European, Japan, and Asian PGA Tours.
1994 – 2005: Played the Asian PGA Tour and Thai + Singha PGA Tours.
1991- 1994: German PGA teaching professional at Odelzhausen, Germany, outside of Munich. Mostly private lessons, but worked
extensive ‘junior training’ with the member’s children. (off
season played minitours around Florida, USA) – taught golf in ‘German’.
1988 – 1991: Teaching pro at Seefeld Golf Akademie, Seefeld, Tirol, Austria.
Here I perfected my group and junior training abilities. Taught golf in ‘French’ + ‘German’.
1983 – 1988: Teaching pro at AFRC (Armed Forces Recreation Center),
Garmisch, Germany. Here I first started learning ‘video
analysis’ with those huge video cameras. We taught NATO
families, from total beginners to good players. It was a good
program with much group training. Started coaching in ‘German’ with locals.
1981 – 1983: U.S. Army stationed in Germany, last 6 months teaching golf.
1980: Worked at Inverrary Country Club in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
1979: Worked at Bel Compo Golf Course, Avon, Connecticut, USA
1976 – 1979: Attended Flagler College, captain of the golf team, St.
Augustine, Florida, USA.
1972 – 1976: Torrington High School golf team, and working at Torrington
Country Club in Connecticut.
1958: Born as Gregory Hanrahan in Connecticut,
USA the 20th of March.