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Jeff Leishman, Golf Professional - Instruction Information

Golf professional Jeff Leishman has a long history in the game of golf.  Having played as a touring professional - he now coaches numerous PGA tour players.  Additionally, Jeff asserts his commitment to the growth of the sport by working with many competitive junior golfers.  He will work with players of all abilities and his instruction is exclusively available to the public at Jupiter Dunes.  Lessons may be booked in the Pro Shop, but please keep in mind that busy scheduling often means sessions must be reserved up to a week in advance.

PUBLIC LESSON RATES (All instruction is done on the golf course - where the game is played.)
$100 Lesson

Tour Player Highlights

Jeff Leishman coaches numerous playing professionals competing in various arenas and numerous Tours around the world…

Tom Gillis Wins Nationwide Tour Event, Vaults 98 Spots Up the 2009 Money List into 10th Position
Gillis looking for a spot in the Top 25 and a return trip to the PGA Tour

June 28, 2009
BRIDGEPORT, West Virginia – Tom Gillis was three better than his closest rival on Sunday when he finished at 15-under par to claim his first Nationwide Tour victory. 
Read about Tom Gillis at PGA Tour .com

Congratulations to Kevin Johnson for his 2nd Nationwide Tour win in three weeks!
Johnson looking for third win of 2009 and an automatic battlefield promotion to the PGA Tour
June 14, 2009

Kevin Johnson won for the second time in three weeks on Sunday.  It was the 2nd win of 2009 for the 42-year-old Johnson and the sixth of his career, matching the Nationwide Tour's all-time wins record shared by Sean Murphy, Matt Gogel and Jason Gore.  More importantly, it moves him to within one win of an "instant promotion" to the PGA TOUR this year.

Read about it here on PGATOUR.com



Rick Price and Richard S. Johnson are fully exempt for the 2009 PGA Tour season. Rick did so following his great year in 2008 on the Nationwide Tour…highlighted by his play-off victory at the Nationwide Tour Player’s Cup and 12th place finish on the season ending Money List. Richard secured his playing privileges through 2010 with his breakthrough win last year in Milwaukee.


  Nationwide Tour players Tom Gillis, Tom Carter and Kevin Johnson are gearing up for a great season and fully intend on taking three of the 25 PGA Tour cards given out at year end!


Tips from the Pro - Redefine Success

Whatever level you play at, success in golf has always been defined by score.  For professionals score equates to money earned, which can be a trying, and at times artificial, measure of success.   For the amateur golfer, it may represent their lowest round.

There are many factors which contribute to success on the golf course, relative to the player’s ability.  Fairways hit, greens hit, putts per round and up and downs.  For the touring professional, this should ultimately be measured by how many quality birdie opportunities they have.  A round of golf with 10 good chances at birdie - regardless of the score - should be considered a success.

Make an effort to look at the areas that prevent you from having chances, be they at birdie (low handicap), par (mid handicap) or bogey (for higher handicap players).  When you play your next round, pick another gauge of success other than score.  You’ll find this is a surprisingly difficult task. But it should help you to lower scores - and have you leaving the golf course feeling more upbeat and energized than when you started…ready to look at practice with a defined set of goals - and clear areas to improve on.

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