Golf Professional Information
About Craig Frank
“Over 6000 lessons given and counting”
After moving to San Diego from Seattle Washington in 1986 Craig soon met Christine his wife now of 23 years. They live with their horse Ginger, a potbellied pig named Pig Newton, 2 pugs named Puglet & Angel, and a cat that goes by Robinson. From vacationing in Hawaii and taking cruises to camping as often as possible both Craig & Chris love the outdoors. “Teaching golf is just another way to spend more time outside”
28 years of customer service in the restaurant industry gives Craig an excellent background in communication. “After giving hundreds of golf lessons in my bar, and hearing how I should do this for a living, that is when I decided to get involved with the PGA.”
After successfully completing his PGA certification to full membership the teaching really took off. Also Craig is certified in motion analysis and worked the last 4 years for a high-tech indoor golf teaching facility. “I loved using top notch equipment with video and motion analysis but have always believed that you need to learn golf outdoors. That is why I began Ramona Golf Lessons using Computerized Video Golf Analysis equipment that can really enhance the learning curve.”
For more information please feel free to contact Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 858-735-5919
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