Jason has an immense understanding of what it takes to be successful at the highest levels of competitive golf. His background as a former college coach and an accomplished player gives him the ability to offer insight into the necessary mental, physical, and technical skills necessary to take you to the next level. As a player, Jason has won tournaments at every level, high school, college, and professional, and, in 2010, Jason made the cut at the US Open at Pebble Beach. Locally, Jason won the 2009 and 2010 Colorado PGA Match play championships as well as the 2010 Assistants Match Play.
In his time as a coach Jason spent five years as the head coach at the University of the Pacific where he coached multiple NCAA All-Americans. His teams twice finished in the top 25 at the NCAA Division I National Championships. In their professional careers, Jason's former players have twice won on the Canadian Tour and one is a former PGA Tour member. Currently, Jason coaches the boy's golf team at Valor Christian, where in six years the team has won four state titles. In 2010, 2011 and 2014, Jason was awarded the JeffCo 4A High School Boys Coach of the Year Award. In just three years of teaching and coaching here in Colorado, Jason's players and students have amassed 25 team or individual state titles and Jason is quickly becoming recognized as one of Colorado's elite instructors. Whether your goal is to lower your handicap, play collegiate golf, or even play professional golf, Jason has the unique perspective necessary to guide you towards reaching your goals.
With one of the strongest teaching backgrounds in the country, Peter has worked for three Jim McLean Golf Schools, The McGetrick Golf Academy, The Kostis-McCord Learning Center, and for short game expert Stan Utley. Peter has helped golfers ranging from beginners to tour professionals, including helping numerous top juniors, collegiate players, club and mini-tour professionals, and multiple Web.com and PGA Tour members throughout the last decade.
Peter’s teaching approach stems from his vast knowledge base. He has read hundreds of books pertaining to golfer development, studied thousands of swings, and learned under many of the top teaching professionals in the country. Feel free to learn more about Peter and how he approaches instruction at www.peternorwood.com.
Peter is a current owner in the MetaGolf Learning Center, a Class A member of the PGA of America with speciality certification in instruction, and is a current member of the Colorado Section. Peter is a TPI Certified Instructor, a Jim McLean Certified Instructor, and was a member of the AMF Golf Instructor Division. Peter has written three books in the areas of golf instruction and coaching, and will seek publishing in the near future. Peter is also an accomplished player, with his low tournament round being 65. Peter holds a bachelors degree in Finance from Arizona State University, graduating with honors.
Scotty is a Class A PGA Member with 26 years teaching experience and is a lead instructor at MetaGolf Learning Center. Scotty works with all skill levels from true beginners to elite level players. His fourteen years of experience working with youth as a soccer, baseball, and basketball coach and a Cub Scout and Boy Scout leader serve him well when working with junior golfers. Scotty is the Head Girls Golf coach and the Assistant Boys Golf coach for Valor Christian High School. The girls team placed fourth in 2011, third in 2012, second in 2013, fourth in 2014, and third in 2015 in the Colorado 4A State Tournament. The boys team won the 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2015 Colorado 4A State Championship, was runnerup in 2011 and 2012 and placed third in 2016. Scotty is also an accomplished club fitter certified by Henry-Griffitts and has the ability to fit other major manufacturer's clubs as well. He is a TPI Certified Fitness Instructor, AimPoint (Green Reading) Certified Instructor, and an authorized Edel Putter and Wedge fitter. Scotty has authored works in The Golfer magazine and other local and regional publications and provided TV golf tips for Altitude Sport's "Golf at Altitude". His undergraduate studies were at NCAA Division I Pan American University in Edinburg, Texas where he competed on the golf team for four years and received the Lou Hassel student-athlete award. He also received Masters and Juris Doctorate degrees from The University of South Dakota. Scotty is an accomplished player as well, having competed for a time on the Dakotas mini-tour and twice attempting to qualify for the PGA Tour.
Kirk is a highly-regarded golf and fitness coach with over 11 years of teaching experience. Through thousands of coaching hours, Kirk has developed a unique ability to connect with his students on a level that motivates them to be better golfers, better athletes and better people. He makes the journey to better golf and better fitness both simple and fun. As Kirk shows golfers how to apply their athletic ability and training to the golf swing, it will produce a powerful and repeatable swing that will hold up day in and day out. By targeting the short-game, golfers will use drills and testing to gauge their improvement and find a training program tailored to THEIR specific needs.
Certifications and Education
PGA Class A Member
Certified Club Fitter
CrossFit L1/L2 Trainer
Graduate – Golf Academy of America – Golf Complex Operations and Business Management
Scott is new to the MetaGolf Learning Center team this year and is a class A PGA professional. He brings with him more than 25 years of teaching experience. During this time Scott has given thousands of lessons, working with every level of player, and has had great success seeing his students improve. The key to his instruction has been communicating his knowledge of the game in a very understandable way, and for some, clearing the cobwebs of “too much” swing information. The common testimony of his students is, “ I’ve gotten better because Scott makes it simple to understand my swing, or short game, and the fundamentals of what I need to do to improve.” Also, Scott is a certified club fitter, and knows how the right club in a players hand can be the key to swing improvement and lower scoring.
Scott is married to Lauri and they have eight children living in Elizabeth, CO.
He loves working with all levels of players, from children, to advanced, to tour wannabes.
Stop by, take a lesson, or get custom fit from Scott!
John Gill has been a golf instructor for many years, beginning as a golf professional at South Suburban Golf Course, followed by teaching for the McGetrick Golf Academy at Family Sports, and for the last 10 years as a private instructor running his own teaching business.
John works with students of all ages and abilities including privately coaching numerous competitive high school varsity players. Over the years John has developed a relaxed and casual style of teaching which allows him to communicate easily and effectively with his students.
Through his teaching experience and the ease in how John communicates, he has become a highly respected and sought after instructor teaching over 1,500 lessons every year.
So, whether you’re trying to break 100, or you’re trying to break 70, John would have one thing to say….” Let’s keep it simple and let’s get you better”.
Jay has experience working with athletes and performers at the Olympic, National, College, and High School levels. He spent the greater part of two years working with Olympic and National team athletes at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO. Jay’s time at the USOTC allowed him to amass over 300 sessions designed to enhance the performance of USA Olympic and National Team athletes. Jay has also consulted with Denver Area College and High School teams.
Jay’s time at the University of Denver and USOTC has allowed him to study under some of the best minds in the field of Sport and Performance Psychology. Jay has been involved in athletics for as long as he can remember. That passion drove him to be involved in athletics at the high school and college levels. Those experiences led Jay to understand that each and every day people have to place themselves in the best mental and physical state to perform and achieve success in their own lives. He desires to help people achieve that success.
He has had the privilege of presenting at the American Association for Applied Sport Psychology Regional Conference on increasing the understanding of psychological pressure in elite athletes. Jay has also presented on his work with athletes with cognitive and physical impairments
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