Golf Instruction & Development
Jackson Country Club has cultured an environment to provide our students the necessary resources to help them succeed in becoming the best golfers and individuals possible. Regardless of the ability level of our students, we provides a pathway for them to succeed and become the best they can be. Our goal is to provide fun and safe programs that will not only educate the student physically but mentally as well to face the challenges golf places on players. Some of the services we can provide to students are year round swing coaching, mental coaching, tournament scheduling and preparation, fitness routines, competitive tournament evaluation, and technology to help the student strive toward success.
Meet Our Instructors
PGA Certified Professional in Instruction
Joining the Jackson Country Club team in August of 2015 Kedric brings over 20 years of instruction experience to Jackson Country Club. Kedric is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a BA in Communications and award winning member of the PGA of America.
Kedric is a PGA Certified Professional in Instruction and has worked with students of all skill levels. He has been successful in helping many students reach their ultimate goal of playing high level High School golf and progressing to the Div. I, II, and III ranks of college level golf.
Kedric applies his knowledge of the physical aspects of golf among other sports and combines it with the mental position of the game to help grow his students golf knowledge and understanding to increase their ability and drive toward success.
Michael is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin with a BA in Business Administration and has been a part of the Jackson Country Club team since May of 2013. Upon graduation, Michael stepped into the Assistant Golf Professional position as he entered the PGA PGM Program to earn his PGA Membership.
Michael is a PGA Associate working towards his PGA Membership but has already proven himself by being awarded the Assistant Golf Professional of the Year Award for the West TN Chapter in 2018.
Michael strives to make his students as comfortable as possible during a lesson and help them understand what causes the problem as well as why the solution works. He firmly believes there is no need to reinvent the swing, but to make his student’s swings work better for them. At the end of the day, making an easier change to the swing makes it much more repeatable and thus much more successful.