As the Founder and Coaching Director at Fore Door Golf, Jason aims to deliver content that is unlike anything found in the game. By targeting all avenues to success rather than a one-sided swing tip or exercise, he offers solutions that provide unparalleled success. Through his online academy, Jason has organized a library of information into his 4 Doors to Success. Starting with the Club, Jason explains what needs to happen when it meets the ball for a desired shot and exactly how you might adjust to use it accordingly. Moving into the Body, Jason will guide you through a series of assessments for dimensions, strengths, and physical limitations that have been proven to influence a player's technique. Following his first two doors with the more traditional Swing adjustment, Jason will help build your technique within the foundations of what your body can do and develop a technique to hold up under pressure while preventing injury. Jason's fourth door, How the Game Works, is perhaps the most overlooked topic in golf instruction. Translating what you evaluate, implement, and train into shooting lower scores is the very essence of the Fore Door Golf Coaching Model. Playing the game at a satisfactory level can be a very individualized accomplishment. The one thing that must hold true at any level, however, is a system in place to take any purposeful changes made and ensure they are in place when we wish to call on them the most. That system is Fore Door Golf and those changes are what you have hoped your game could be; nothing more, nothing less.
With the many efforts Jason brings to coaching students remotely, he works extensively at some of the best golf facilities in the country. He currently serves as the 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. To escape the summer heat, Jason retreats to the Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club just outside Wolfeboro, NH where he heads up all player development programs as Director of Instruction. 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, NJ.
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 have worked with several teaching professionals over the past 25 years. I can definitely say that Jason is second to none of them. He has a great knowledge of the game and no other teacher ever got the points across to me as well as Jason did. He gives you logical methods to go about playing. He relates to people very well. Dr. Jefferey Falduto Member – Upper Montclair Country Club”
“From the very start, Jason’s relaxed manner, and his simplistic approach to hitting the ball worked for me. If one way of explaining, or doing something did not click, he had another approach that would! I am so pleased to have found someone I enjoy so much working with, and feel that I am gaining some much needed confidence in this game. Diane Rotondi Member Orchid Island Golf & Beach Club”
“Jason Sedan is a first class individual and a talented PGA Golf Professional. Students of all ages and abilities will benefit from his expertise and enthusiasm on the lesson tee. Henry Brunton, PGA PGA of Canada Master Professional GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher”
“I have known Jason many years. He is a true PGA Professional. His passion to provide professional services in all aspects of the game is an asset to any facility where he serves. It has been my pleasure to observe him in all types of situations and how he handles them.” Charlie Sorrell, PGA PGA Master Professional GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher 1990 PGA National Teacher of the Year ”
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