From Our Editors
As one of the four PGA pros on staff at John Budwine Golf Academy, Jimmy Hamilton treats each golfer as an individual project with specific objectives, teaching the basics to a beginner and intricate swing developments to a seasoned player. Jimmy’s knowledge of golf—the product of lettering three times at the University of Maryland and qualifying for the 1976 NCAA Championship—allows him to accurately determine where students need the most attention. Before addressing game aspects such as course management or shot selection, Jimmy first factors in the student’s goals, existing abilities, and willingness to live on a diet of fairway grasses. Each lesson is held at Wildwood Green Golf Club’s private teaching area, where students will be able to practice shots on a driving range, practice putting green, and a target chipping area.