David has been a respected instructor and PGA professional since 1987 and currently teaches at the Crossings at Carlsbad, one of the top courses in the San Diego area. He is very active with junior golf in Southern California and has created a variety of programs to help golfers of all ages and abilities.
David's goal is to improve the swing the student brings to him! Simply enjoy the aspect of learning and improving ... it's fun!
I believe anyone can learn to play or improve their golf game by simply understanding the proper information in regard to the golf swing and playing the game. It is my belief that one must IMPROVE their golf swing by understanding a few key fundamentals. Most importantly, the student must realize their swing tendencies and how to improve them by drills and mirror work. My approach to learning golf is one of positive reinforcement and learning what one does when they hit their good shots, not trying to figure out what they did wrong when they hit a bad shot. The game is a lifelong journey you won't master it so enjoy the learning process!
“I began working with Coach Emerick when I was 13 years old and I am currently a senior on a full athletic scholarship at the University of Nevada. Coach took me from a raw golfer to a tournament champion while making golf fun. We not only worked on fundamentals of the swing but also how to play the game. It really worked out for me and I still see him regularly and it is always great spending time with him!”
“Wow, has Natalie's game come along in a short time and qualifying for the Southern California High School Regionals Championships is just proof that the hard work and dedication you have shown Natalie does pay off. I also like that first-team all league as well as the firs- team all CIF that Natalie has earned this year. Thank you ... could not have done it without you!”
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