Jason is currently the as Director of Instruction at the Orchid Island Golf and Beach Club. Located just north of Vero Beach, FL, Orchid is regarded as one of the smallest and most pristine communities in the country. Jason also trains students at the PGA of America's flagship facility, PGA Village in Port St Lucie, FL. Since 2006, Jason has worked along side the PGA of America's Directors of Instruction and Fitness & Performance to help more than 1,000 golfers improve their games. With 72 holes of championship golf, a 35 acre practice facility, and technology second to none, PGA Village is the ultimate destination to work on your game with Jason.
May through October, Jason escapes the Florida heat to serve as Director of Instruction at the Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club in New Hampshire. Previously, he has summered at some of the finest clubs in his native suburbs of New York City. Most notably, Jason served three seasons as Director of Instruction at the historic Upper Montclair Country Club in Clifton (N.J.). A renowned short game guru, Jason still considers his specialty to be matching a golfer's swing to his or her body. He does not believe there is one correct way to swing a club but rather a most desirable pattern based on a golfer's dimensions, strengths, and physical limitations. In addition to his flexible approach to the swing, Jason employs a coaching model for total game improvement. For more than a decade, Jason has developed his 4 Door approach and continues to evolve his instruction incorporating the very latest in teaching technologies.
I believe it is critical to match a student's swing to their body mechanics. I use a variety of measures and screening processes to piece together the DNA of a golfer's swing. Without taking one's body mechanics into account, many already have a picture of their perfect swing that will likely plague them with untimely misses or even injury. Get your road map before entering down the quest of owning your action!
“I asked to have fun and for you to challenge me. We did both and I am now a single digit because of it!”
“The logical approach you have to getting the club on the ball in different situations is something that I picked up immediately and could run with.”
We've all heard turning on your backswing can create more power. Of course, we need to make the proper turn, and some of us tend to turn our hips too much on the start of the backswing. This drill by ...