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Esh's Golf Academy and the
Operation 36 Golf Program
Esh's Golf Academy
Esh's Golf Academy has been going strong for 6 years now since my family and I moved back here from Idaho. My wife is a teacher at St. Joseph Catholic school and we have two daughters. Kylie graduated from U of M where she played college golf for 4 years, and is now attending Nursing school at Marquette University in Wisconsin. Kelsey completed her freshman year at Montana State University, where she is majoring in Exercise Science. Often times you will see my family and I out on the the golf course as it is a great way for us to spend time together playing a sport we all love!
Teaching is my passion, and I have numerous awards for excellence in teaching both adults and children. You can sign up for individual lessons, or group lessons. I also offer an Operation 36 Golf Program for youth and ladies. This is a great way to experience all aspects of the game and get out on the golf course to test out those skills.
As academy class attendance numbers go up, more skilled guests come to help me out with instruction including local high school golf coaches, players, and University of Montana players as well.
I offer lessons to golfers of all ages and ability levels, and instruction can be done at 3 different golf courses around the area plus indoors during the winter. I have a variety of lesson options to meet the needs of any individual. These options include: adult individual or group lessons with video analysis, and group and individual lessons associated with the OP36 program for Ladies and Juniors. As the weather gets colder all lessons options can be moved indoors at Golf Headquarters and will include the use of a golf simulator and video analysis.
Where can you find lessons and the OP 36 program?
We offer the Operation 36 Golf Academy at Linda Vista GC, and Canyon River GC . You can also find me teaching at the U of M golf course or giving clinics to High School kids. During the winter months lessons are given at Golf Headquarters with the use of an indoor golf simulator.
Joey Esh, PGA Pro
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