What if you could step up to the ball and make a solid swing without even looking at the ball or focusing on hitting it? Could you make solid contact and hit the ball consistently straight down the fairway? Top Golf Teacher Randy Chang joins Golf Life as we look in a lesson with a youth golfer being taught his “L to L” method.
1995 SCPGA Junior Golf Leader of the Year, 1998 SCPGA Section Merchandiser of the Year, 2002 Aloha Section PGA Teacher of the Year, 2003-2004 Top Teacher in the Aloha Section, 2004 Nationally Recognized Teacher by Golf Digest, 2005 Top Teachers in Southern California by Golf Magazine, 2009 SCPGA Metro Teacher of the Year., 2010 SCPGA Section Teacher of the Year., 2014 Golf Tips Magazine National Top 30 Instructor, 2015 SCPGA Youth Development Award, 2017 Inducted SCPGA Teaching Hall of Fame
MORE ABOUT RANDY CHANG
Randy was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, graduating from the University of Portland with a bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Business Management & Philosophy. He played for his college golf team on scholarship for 3 years. After college he turned professional and played on various mini tours in Southern California and Canada. Randy has worked within the golfing industry as a Head Professional, Director of Golf, General Manager, and Teaching Professional/ Custom club fitter. His knowledge of the golf swing and his flexible style of teaching compliment each student’s specific goals and physical abilities. Randy’s approach to instruction is to S.U.R.F; Simplicity, Understanding, Retention, and most important, FUN. He believes that today’s technology and training techniques help to speed up the learning process for the student which makes it more enjoyable and easier to comprehend.