952-994-0387 [email protected]

MN Private Golf Instruction

Season Pass

Season Pass Single. May 15 – August $649*

Add a second student to Season Pass Single for $150

Season Pass Junior. May 15 – August $575*

Add a second junior to Season Pass Junior for $100

*Lessons start May 15. Students may take a lesson Saturday or Sunday each week. *Pairs share lesson time. *No lessons August 20 and 21.


Private Lessons

Single Lesson 30 minutes $65

Single Lesson 60 minutes $105

Add a second student to any lesson for $50


Lesson Packages

Package Lesson Four 30 minutes $245

Package Lesson Four 60 minutes $395

Add a second student to any lesson for $50


Playing Lesson

Playing Lesson 9 holes $180*

  • *green fees additional

Add a second student to any lesson (except Season Pass) for $50

For additional information or to arrange lessons for yourself, your group or special need please contact: Dave Cahill PGA Master Professional 952-994-0387, [email protected], www.cahillgolf.com or use the contact form below:

Minnesota Golf Lesson Contact Form

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MAP link to PGA Master Professional David Cahill golf instruction Loggers Trail Golf Club.

In conjunction with Stillwater Area Public Schools Community Education David offers the following Golf Classes for junior golfers. Please use green links to sign up.

Adult/Child Golf Lessons
Jun 3 – Jun 17
4:30 – 5:30 pm
Full – waiting list
or
Jun 3 – Jun 17
3:30 – 4:30 pm
Learn about the great game of golf with your child. Lessons include putting, chipping, pitching and full swing including set up. Sign up with your child or grandchild ages 6-9 years old. All students must provide their own clubs.

Future Champions Junior Golf Program
This PGA program progressively teaches core skills utilized in the game of golf. It is an individualized program taught in a group setting. Students move through levels as they attain new skill sets. Students are encouraged to learn at a rate that is comfortable for them. Also included is information on Fitness and Nutrition, Sportsmanship, Etiquette and Rules. The Future Champions program will help youth learn to play golf and have fun for a lifetime. Lessons are individualized so it is not necessary for students to attend lessons sequentially. All students must provide their own clubs.

Junior Future Champions Program

Taught by PGA Master Professional Dave Cahill Mondays in June, July, and/or August
Future Champions Curriculum Overview:

The PGA Junior Future Champions golf instruction Minnesota program progressively teaches core skills utilized in the game of golf. It is an individualized program taught in a group setting. Students move through levels (see below**) as they attain new skill sets. Students are encouraged to learn at a rate that is comfortable for them. Also included is information on Fitness and Nutrition, Sportsmanship, Etiquette and Rules. The Future Champions program will help youth learn to play golf and have fun for a lifetime. Lessons are individualized so it is not necessary for students to attend lessons sequentially. Lessons are held Monday June 5th—through August 21. Ten lesson $240.00 *If your son or daughter is interested in golf as a competitive sport or simply loves playing golf we encourage them to attend all twelve weeks of lessons.

For more information please use the Golf Instruction Minnesota Contact Form above.
Level 1 Objectives • Develop an understanding of the sport of golf • Learn fundamental movement and motor skills and link them together into the golf swing • Use ball-striking games such as baseball and hockey to develop hand-eye coordination • Establish essential safety and etiquette
Level 2 Objectives • Develop fundamental golf movement skills and teach overall sports skills • Learn scoring, the rules of golf and the process of playing a round of golf • Establish target and alignment fundamentals and begin developing proper short-game skills  
Level 3 Objectives • Establish a knowledge base in the mental side of the sport • Develop full swing, short game and putting skills to higher level • Incorporate strength, stability and flexibility to improve performance and health • Enhance performance by learning course management skills, STAT tracking, keeping a golf journal and advancing to national competitions • Golf and Skills Challenges
Level 4 Objectives • Speeds up and strengthens the learning process. • Reach their distance and performance goals • Lower your junior’s scores and make their game more enjoyable. • Determine clubs that optimize on course performance • Build a reliable and effective swing. • Focused drills and effective practice methods • Building shot making skills make chipping, pitching • Build course management skills

In conjunction with Stillwater Area Public Schools Community Education David offers the following Golf Classes for adult golfers. Please use green links to sign up.

Introduction to Golf for Adults
Jun 4
4:30 – 5:30 pm
or
Jun 11
4:30 – 5:30 pm
Explore how to play golf, how to select the right golf equipment, as well as instruction on simple, basic fundamentals. This class introduces brand new golfers to the facility, etiquette, rules and how to book starting times. Students are free to ask questions at any time. Golf instruction will include: basics of putting, chipping and the full swing. All students must provide their own clubs.

Basic Golf Skills for Adults
Jun 3 – Jun 17
8:30 – 9:30 am
or
Jun 11 – Jun 25
9:30 – 10:30 am
The basic golf skills program is designed around having fun and learning basic techniques on the golf course. This class focuses on providing a deeper understanding of the short game and golf swing. Beginning golfers, infrequent golfers and former golfers are encouraged to participate. Lessons include putting, chipping, pitching and full swing including set up. All students must provide their own clubs.

Welcome to Golf

Step 1: Welcome to Golf (1-45 minute classes)

Welcome to Golf : Introduces brand new golfers to the facility, etiquette, rules, how to book starting times. Explore how to play golf, how to select the right golf equipment, as well as instruction on simple, basic fundamentals. Students are free to ask questions at any time. Golf instruction will include:  basics of putting, chipping and the full swing.

Step 2: Get Ready to Golf (2-45 minute classes)

Step 2: Get Ready to Golf is designed around having fun & learning basic techniques on the golf course. Golf is all about having fun. This class is geared around having fun while providing a deeper understanding of the short game and golf swing. Beginning golfers, infrequent golfers and former golfers are encouraged to participate.

Get Ready to Golf 1: Lessons include putting, chipping and pitching skills. Get Ready to Golf 2: Full Swing including set up then we play 1-2 holes on the course.

Step 3: Get Better At Golf (2-45 minute classes)

Step 3: Get Better at Golf is designed around having fun while providing more specialized instruction than in Step 2. There will be a special focus on the short game and full swing.

Get Better at Golf 1: Lessons cover solid shot irons and advanced short game shots including bunker shots, playing uneven lies & the “flop shot”. Get Better at Golf 2: Lessons cover solid drives then move on course where we play 2 holes with a focus on course management.

For information about Get Golf Ready or to arrange lessons for yourself, your group or special need please contact: Dave Cahill PGA Master Professional 952-994-0387, [email protected]www.cahillgolf.com or use the Golf Instruction Minnesota contact form above.

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