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The World's Best

Train With The World's Best Instructor

 

Mitchell Spearman has been a premiere instructor in the world of golf for over 20 years. One of Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 Teachers in America” and the featured host of the international television show Golfing World, Spearman has developed a reputation for a keen eye and an exceptional ability to explain the mechanics of the game simply.

 

 
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Mitchell has worked with many of the game’s finest players: Nick Faldo, Greg Norman, and Curtis Strange to name a few. He has also helped the world’s elite and those with celebrity development into accomplished players including Phil Knight, Ahmad Rashad, and Deepak Chopra. Currently, Mitchell coaches PGA Tour players Billy Hurley III and Peter Malnati as well as LPGA star and Olympian Sandra Gal.

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Mitchell has worked with many of the game’s finest players: Nick Faldo, Greg Norman, and Curtis Strange to name a few. He has also helped the world’s elite and those with celebrity development into accomplished players including Phil Knight, Ahmad Rashad, and Deepak Chopra. Currently, Mitchell coaches PGA Tour players Billy Hurley III and Peter Malnati as well as LPGA star and Olympian Sandra Gal.

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When I watch a golfer hit a shot I observe the following: ball flight, sound, divot, club lines, arm motion, body motion, posture, grip; This is all done in a split second. When I go about working to improve the player, I do it in pretty much the reverse order. I would start with the set-up, (grip, posture, alignment) then focus on the pivot (body motion, coil, torque etc). This gives me a platform to build the golfer’s plane and arm movement and, hey presto, better contact and better shots. 

-Mitchell Spearman

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When I watch a golfer hit a shot I observe the following: ball flight, sound, divot, club lines, arm motion, body motion, posture, grip; This is all done in a split second. When I go about working to improve the player, I do it in pretty much the reverse order. I would start with the set-up, (grip, posture, alignment) then focus on the pivot (body motion, coil, torque etc). This gives me a platform to build the golfer’s plane and arm movement and, hey presto, better contact and better shots. 

-Mitchell Spearman

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Mitchell only has to watch someone hit one shot before he immediately breaks down their swing, flaws and all. He is great.

-Jim Nantz, CBS Sports

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Mitchell only has to watch someone hit one shot before he immediately breaks down their swing, flaws and all. He is great.

-Jim Nantz, CBS Sports

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Private game development

Are you interested in working with one of the best golf instructors in the world? A Top-100 ranked golf teacher that professional golfers and celebrities alike seek out for advice? Well, he's in high demand and hard to book but click below for more information on how to get in touch with Mitchell.

 

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albany golf academy

For junior golfers looking to succeed at the highest levels look no further than the Albany Golf Academy powered by Mitchell Spearman. Mitchell and his coaching staff are dedicated to making AGA the best place to train IN THE WORLD with the goal of producing PGA Tour and Major CHAMPIONS!

 

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digital media

Through Mitchell's EXTENSIVE media catalogue grab the great tips and training recommendations that Mitchell provides to his clients from years of experience at the game's highest level. Click the link and unlock Mitchell's philosophy one video at a time.