The professional staff is pleased to bring you quality golf instructional programs for all ages and skill levels. These offerings will include a variety of clinics, seminars, and individual instruction for men, women, juniors, and seniors. The staff would be happy to work with you to identify the program of instruction that best meets your needs and desires. Please call the professional staff at 918-257-7706 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Shangri-La Golf Club offers instructional programs to improve your golf game.
Programs include Private Instruction, Golf Schools – 1 or 2 days, Playing Lessons, Corporate Programs, and Trackman Studio.
Rob Yanovitch, PGA – Director of Golf
Class-A PGA, Certified Professional, Golf Operations,
Golf Operations & Instruction
With over twenty years of teaching experience, Rob has taught a wide variety of golfers at all skill levels, including ladies, juniors, seniors, and physically challenged individuals. Over a dozen of his juniors have achieved college scholarships, and hundreds more have met their personal goals. His teaching philosophy focuses on returning to the impact position in balance, with the shaft leaning forward and moving down the target line. Rob teaches in a way to make the player feel comfortable in their skin and emphasizes the positives in the student’s swing to bring better results.
One 30-Minute Lesson: $90
One 45-Minute Lesson: $125
Three 45-Minute Lessons: $350
Coach for the Year: $2500
One-Hour Group Lesson: $155 (2 players); $175 (3 Players); $195 (4 players)
Playing Lesson: $500 (18 Holes); $250 (9 holes)
Golf School (4 player max) 1 Day $350/Student 2 Day $700/Student
Ryan Dalton, Lead Instructor & Fitting Specialist
Ryan believes instruction is an integral part of the game of golf. There is a reason why the best golfers in the world have teachers. This is something he took advantage of growing up and ultimately led to him receiving a scholarship to play college golf at Missouri Southern. While not everyone has the same goals, Ryan believes that formal instruction will help you to have a more enjoyable experience on the golf course. His teaching philosophy focuses on the fundamentals. Many golf shots fail before we even begin to swing the club. That is why Ryan places a major emphasis on getting set up correctly. He is also a firm believer in being able to get the ball up and down from one hundred yards and in. A good way to do this is to spend time hitting short shots, pitches, chipping, and of course, putting! Ryan will take pride in helping you reach your goals, big or small, and looks forward to seeing you on the tee!
One 30-Minute Lesson: $80
One 45-Minute Lesson: $115
Three 45-Minute Lessons: $300
Coach for the Year: $1895
One-Hour Group Lesson: $130 (2 players); $140 (3 Players); $150 (4 players)
Playing Lesson: $375 (18 Holes); $160 (9 holes)
Golf School (4 player max): 1 Day $275/Student 2 Day $525/Student
Jerrod Neighbors, PGA Head Golf Professional The Battlefield at Shangri-La
One 30-Minute Lesson: $55
One 45-Minute Lesson: $80
Three 45-Minute Lessons: $220
Coach for the Year: $1595
One-Hour Group Lesson: $110 (2 players); $120 (3 Players); $130 (4 players)
Playing Lesson: $210 (18 Holes); $125 (9 holes)
Golf School (4 player max) 1 Day $300/Student 2 Day $550/Student
Bradley Jumper, Assistant Golf Professional
When it comes to the game of golf, Bradley believes that consistent instruction plays a critical role. Gaining helpful insight into what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong will help you improve your performance and ultimately allow you to enjoy the game on a whole new level. Bradley likes to focus on fundamentals, establishing a consistent and repeatable routine, and a dedication to repetition. He believes that if you keep things simple and rely on the basics, you will have a better chance to make a good repetitive motion resulting in solid contact and better scores. He promotes a devotion to minimizing your shots the closer you get to greens complexes through proper technique and a commitment to a regular practice routine. If a player ends up reaching their goals as a player, Bradley has reached his goal as an instructor.
One 30-Minute Lesson: $60
One 45-Minute Lesson: $90
Three 45-Minute Lessons: $230
Coach for the Year: $1695
One-Hour Group Lesson: $120 (2 players); $130 (3 Players); $140 (4 players)
Playing Lesson: $325 (18 Holes); $135 (9 holes)
Golf School (4 player max) 1 Day $250/Student 2 Day $450/Student