Focused on your goals
Nothing can match personalized instruction.
If you’ve tried to improve your game by watching YouTube videos or attending group clinics and still aren’t seeing any real progress, you’re not alone. Most people learn better in a one-on-one environment.
School of Disc Golf began offering private lessons in 2010, and we pioneered Remote Disc Golf Coaching in 2020- at the beginning of the pandemic. Our reputation speaks for itself.
With our ‘Personalized Instruction’ approach we take private lessons one step further. We learn about your goals and hurdles via a short questionnaire before your first session, so we can be as helpful as possible and you get the most out of your time.
Private 1-on-1 Lesson
Work 1-on-1 with a teaching professional. From analysis, to drills, to proper technique, direct interaction ensures you understand key concepts.
Private Lesson- 2-3 People
Benefits of taking lessons with a significant other or a good friend or two include a lower per-person cost and hive mind knowledge via the shared experience.
Private Lesson- 4-6 People
Families and friend groups will discover the keys to proper disc golf technique while having a blast and maybe finding a new favorite thing. (BEST DEAL!)
Stephen A., Modesto, CA
“We have been playing for six months and had no idea what we were doing right or wrong and were struggling to find answers on the internet.
Jack broke it down in different ways that we both could understand. So many aha moments that turned into instant improvement! I would definitely recommend the School of Disc Golf to anyone looking to improve their game. Thank you so much for your help, we will be back!”
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Luke Y., Google review
“Finished my first lesson with School of disc golf the other day and I’m blown away by the amount of thought my instructor Jack put into our lesson.
I filled out a questionnaire leading up to the session and he came into our two-hour meeting with a gameplan that had me feeling like there wasn’t a wasted minute.
On top of in-the-moment corrections, philosophical approaches to the strategy of disc golf, and drills during our lesson, Jack filmed a few of my throws and sent me a video side-by-side of me and Paul McBeth driving. (Needless to say I have some work to do!)
As someone who has seen a ridiculous amount of YouTube videos and tried taking on mastering disc golf by myself, I now highly recommend one-on-one lessons and can see how this will be the thing that brings my game to the next level.”