Without an instructor's outside opinion, golfers would never know about the hitch in their swing or the thousands of centipedes writhing on their backs. See things differently with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for one 45-minute private golf lesson (an $80 value)
- $109 for three 45-minute private golf lessons (a $240 value)
- $79 for one 90-minute on-course playing lesson (a $160 value)
During one-on-one private lessons, PGA professional Sean Lanyi examines his clients' form through focused exercises. Progressive pictures and video footage help him dissect swings and compose follow-up emails with further notes on how to improve. Alternatively, Sean accompanies golfers on the green for an on-course playing lesson, which includes use of the course, golf carts, and practice balls. Following a 15-minute warm-up, clubbers of all skill levels play as many holes as they can in 60 minutes, finishing up with a lesson breakdown and an assessment that covers tips for lowering scores.
Sean Lanyi Golf Instruction
For Sean Lanyi, the first step to becoming a golf teacher was agonizing. After winning his first professional tournament, he developed intense pain in his right arm and needed reconstructive surgery on his elbow. The year he spent away from the fairway consisted of rigorous physical therapy and exercise, which helped him cultivate a new sense of discipline outside his golf practice. By teaching himself to move and swing again, Sean found a desire to do the same for others—he taught in Hawaii and Las Vegas, then finally traveled back to the Black Gold Golf Club in Orange County to establish himself as a PGA Teaching Professional and Playing Professional in the Southern California PGA Section.
Today, Sean channels his past as well as lessons from Mike Malaska, Jim Flick, Jack Nicklaus, Jerry King, and Jim Waldron as he trains all ages and skill levels with group, corporate, and private lessons. With high-speed cameras and V1 video analysis, he meticulously analyzes swings, sending clients individual emails with tips for enhancing their form. He also hosts clinics that encompass all aspects of game play, teaching participants how to achieve greater distances or fake a change in wind speed by blowing in their opponent's ear.