What makes Jessica a great coach is she knows how to identify the flaw in my swing and communicate it in one swing thought or feel that works for me in my game
Jessica, I want you to know how happy I am. When you started helping me, I was an old man with a 30+ handicap whose lower back hurt by the sixth hole of every round. You’ve patiently taught me to change my stance, my swing and my strategy. I’m still an old man, but my back doesn’t hurt any more, my drives are 20% longer, and my handicap is 24 and trending down. You’re the greatest!
I have been playing golf for 54 years. In that time I have tried several teachers, but found few from whom I could hear what I needed to hear. I began working with Jessica a couple years ago. I have used her in the lab, with Flightscope and BodiTrak, as well as on the course. Although I am a single digit handicapper, I was still able to drop a couple numbers off my index with the tips that Jessica gave me on my swing as well as on my chipping. I highly recommend her to anyone of any golf caliber if you want to improve your game and have fun doing it!!
As an academic with mediocre natural athletic skills, I am a tough critic of teaching skills as well as a challenging student. Jessica is not only a good teacher – she is extraordinary and moreover, she has ignited my passion for golf in my sixties. It is thrilling to improve so fast and enjoy the game so much.
I moved to Oakmont, Santa Rosa in July, 2015 and decided to learn how to play golf. I began taking lessons with Jessica shortly afterwards. My goal was to learn the basics, so that I could play local area courses, keep score, and submit enough scorecards to the PWGA to establish a handicap index.
In three years with Jessica, I’ve improved over 15 strokes on my handicap. I had the good fortune to win the Most Improved Player award for the Oakmont Women’s Niners golf club in 2017 and again in 2018. My golfing friends were quick to attribute my success to all the lessons that I have received from our wonderful pro, Jessica!