Private golf lessons provide students the opportunity to focus on the specific aspects of their game that require the most attention. Golfers that participate in private lessons are able to work at their own pace and each lesson is tailored to your playing level and ability.
Group lessons are a great way for students of all levels and abilities to learn and improve on all aspects of the game of golf on a more informal group basis with others. Group lessons are ideal to implement fundamentals in a group setting providing a memorable experience to remember with friends.
At Rancho Sierra and Desert Aire, we have golf pros who can help you improve your golf game. See below for bios on our pros and their lesson prices, or complete the request for on this page and well match you with an instructor that fits your needs.
At Rancho Sierra, we have golf pros who can help you improve your golf game. You can view their lesson prices below, or complete the request form on this page for more information.
Years Teaching Experience: 6 years
Credentials: USGTF Certified Instructor
Phone: (661) 400-9515
Patrick has been a resident of the Antelope Valley for 28 years. He holds the school record for low score at Highland High School for Golden League play shooting a 69. Patrick played golf competitively in college and still plays competitively today on the professional level.
Patrick is USGTF Certified Instructor and was awarded Low Medalist after finishing first place in the certification tournament. In 2009, Patrick took 4th place in the USGTF World Teachers Cup and 7th in the United States Teachers Cup competing against 144 other professionals from multiple countries held in Hilton Head South Carolina. Patrick has been teaching golf for 5 years and currently coaches high school and junior college golf in the Antelope Valley. Patrick is a Cleveland/Srixon staff Golf Professional.
Years Teaching Experience: 4
Credentials: USGTF Associate Member Teaching Professional
Phone: (310) 621-1309
"4 years teaching beginner to intermediate golfers at Desert Aire Golf Course.
Special care in teaching basics of golf and working with each individuals swing. If you are just starting or just want to know how to improve, I'm your man."
Years Teaching Experience: < 1 year
Credentials: working towards becoming a certified PGA Golf Professional
Aaron has lived in the Antelope Valley his entire life. At 8 years old, he started the game of golf at Desert Aire. Being coached by at least 5 different golf and life mentors who knew what they were doing has got him to where he is today, one of those being Patrick Londono. Aaron is currently a senior at California State University, Bakersfield at their AVC extension campus, majoring in Business Administration with a minor in management. Aaron has played 3 years of college golf at AVC and College of the Canyons.