Instructors

Our PGA of Canada certified professionals can diagnose and cure everything from the Yips to those with Shank-itis and those battling Distance Disorder. With the right diagnosis, We’ll prescribe an individual plan to get you on the road to recovery. We are confident that with our help, you’ll be swinging better in no time!

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"Jody is engaging, professional and technically savvy - he improved my game without making radical changes. I would gladly recommend him."

− Doug Murphy

"I found Jody's teaching methods very simple, fun and non-intimidating while being methodical in his approach. It has been over one year since my last lesson with Jody, and I still remember some of his key simple thoughts when striking that ball down the fairway. A very satisfied student."

− Paul Grillanda

"I really enjoyed my lessons with Jody. He helped me learn the basics and gave me the confidence to get out there and play golf!"

− Michael B.

"Jody makes the game accessible and fun. His friendly approach and great sense of humour makes you comfortable and provides an immediate confidence boost. Ultimately, the proof is in the outcome: a more enjoyable game and an improved score. Thanks Jody!"

− Dominique

"Jody is a very patient teacher and he makes the lessons enjoyable. He quickly assesses your abilities and works with them guiding you to do your best."

− Claire Helson

Certified Golf Pros

Jody Boutin

Jody Boutin

CPGA Head Teaching Professional

Through Jody’s 20+ years of teaching experience, he has discovered that the most gratifying element of teaching is helping patrons discover joy and satisfaction doing something that they found difficulty with before. Jody Boutin ensures that all of his students have a great time learning to play the game of golf, whether they are picking up a club for the first time or are seasoned players improving their present game. He is an immensely dedicated and enthusiastic PGA of Canada Class “A” Member, possessing a strong desire to continually improve his teaching methods and develop all levels of golfers.

Steve Courneyea

Steve Courneyea

CPGA Head Golf Professional

Growing up I spent all my summers at the golf course learning from local club professionals and great amateurs. Always looking to better my game I spent many hours on the golf course and driving range.
Beginning the game at the age of 7 with my miniature cut down driver from my Father. I connecting for the first time sending a ball 40 yards too far over the green. My eyes burst out of my head with excitement.
The most enjoyable part about coaching is experiencing golfers “First Moments”.
Whether it’s your first visit to the golf course or driving range. Shooting your first par or birdie.
First shot over the pond, or that first drive over 200 yards. I consider myself very lucky and privileged to witness so many “First Moments”
What will your next “First Moment” be?

Dave Armstrong

Dave Armstrong

CPGA Associate Teaching Professional

Dave Armstrong is PGA of Canada Class A professional and coach who, since turning pro in 2007, has come to realize a truly exciting and invigorating fact about the game of golf – a fact that fuels his passion for teaching and his own golf development on a daily basis. Golf is the ONE sport in which a player can reasonably expect to get better as they get older.* Dave has traveled across Canada and the United States in pursuit of unique golf development opportunities – both as a player and as a coach - and he thrives on sharing what he has learned with his diverse group of students. Whether celebrating your 8th birthday this year or your 80th, Dave is excited to help you discover what it takes to shoot lower scores than you did last year.

*guidance and coaching from a PGA of Canada professional required

Adrienne D'alessio

Adrienne D'alessio

Assistant Teaching Professional

I've been golfing for 15 years since I was 6 years old I have participated in numerous in all levels including US Kids open in North Carolina where I placed 27th out of 112 girls, RCGA, CJGA, and GAO events. In addition, I played for my high school golf team and moved into golf management at Humber. I competed on the golf team winning 2 OCAA events and placed top 10 in 2 CCAA Events. I was introduced to the game by my father and have loved it since.
Teaching is very rewarding for me knowing I am able to help people improve their skills in one of the greatest games in the sports industry. As one of the only games where you are challenging yourself, my goal is to boost your confidence and make you proud to be a golfer.