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Coaching

A top class coaching facility to improve your game

Our Coaching Academy is second to none in the area. With a floodlit driving range, indoor teaching studio, outdoor practise area, PGA qualified coaches and a state of the art TrackMan 4 launch monitor we can assist any level of golfer, from complete novices to elite amateurs.

All our coaching facilities are open to non-members, aiming to make golf accessible to everyone. And we guarantee utilising them will improve your game!

Drop us an email with your phone number to request a call back from one of our teaching professionals.

Trackman 4

Pure, precise and reliable data that allows golf professionals to dissect and understand the DNA of any given swing.

Instant and actionable feedback on club delivery, launch, ball flight and landing.

Junior Coaching Academy

Every Saturday our teaching professionals are introducing new children to our amazing sport.

They learn the fundamentals of the game in a positive, safe environment. They are active outdoors, they learn respect for their peers and their environment, and they form long lasting friendships.

The academy is split into 4 x 1hr sessions to suit all ages and abilities. Cost is £28 per half term, which works out at £4 per session.

10 reasons to get your kids into golf

Meet The Team

Richard Woods
PGA Golf Professional

Richard joined Dainton Park as Assistant Golf Professional in 2011 following 10 years working for American Golf in Plymouth. He brought with him a wealth of retail and club fitting experience.

After qualifying as a PGA Professional, he has developed a relaxed and intuitive teaching style, equally comfortable introducing complete beginners to the game as he is coaching elite county players.

Richard enjoys equal success on the Devon and West of England PGA circuits, including victory in the Kenyon Order of Merit Trophy in 2015/16.

Brad Sercombe
Assistant PGA Golf Professional

Brad joined Dainton Park as a junior member, and soon realised he wanted a career in golf. He worked hard to reduce his handicap, and passed his PGA playing test in 2018.

Brad intends to enrol on the PGA course next year. Meanwhile he plays an active role in organising and processing golf competitions and handicap adjustments at Dainton Park, and he is instrumental in running the junior membership section.

Brad continues to enjoy success playing golf, and he is always happy to help both newbie and avid golfers.