A Day with Brad - Motivation / Simple Instruction /
Trick Shots / Entertainment
For your tournament, fund raiser, or simply for your
membership, Brad does clinics that last as long as you like.....
typically 30 minutes to and hour, but can be tailored to fit your needs.
Brad has a unique blend of practical instruction that will not confuse a
player just before a round, trick shots that most cannot do, and
motivation that is sure to uplift and spread positive energy to all that
attend. Oh......and at least a few guaranteed laughs. After
the clinic, he will stay for the day and help with fund raising with a
challenge the "one handed guy" for closest to the hole on a par three,
challenge for the longest drive against "the one handed guy", or
any other creative idea you may have.
Videos of Clinics are available on youtube at the
PuzzleDuck Golf Channel and also on this site under Videos.
$250 per hour + expenses
$1,000 per day + expenses
Brad Clayton is a PGA Master Professional
in Teaching with over 24 years of teaching experience
(seventeen of which were full time), a seasoned professional who has
dedicated his life to improving his golf
skills and those of his students.
Brad teaches golf in his home town
of Oxford, Raleigh, and Burlington, North Carolina and Beaufort, South
Carolina. He strives each day to improve
himself as a teacher, through constant reading, writing, video viewing,
swing analyzing, seminars, and peer interaction, realizing long ago that
one can not ever know it all and there is always something new to learn.
He takes the results his students achieve personally, feeling their
highs and lows and has a genuine interest in their success.
Brads' unique approach to
improving his students' golf scores is basic yet elegant. He uses a set
of sequential one-hour weekly lessons to teach his students. Students are not overwhelmed with too much information. Practicing the
skills is the student's responsibility. You learn that you get out
of the instruction what you put into the practice.
In May of 2000, Brad lost his right
hand in an accident. As a result, he has had to once again overcome the
frustrations of the game of golf that most people experience regularly.
He stresses the importance of patience and the mental side
of the game and how a positive outlook can improve not only your golf
game but your life.
Brad has been working on a
his golf method for several years, due for publication in 2011.