Greg Schulze, PGA Lead Instructor at the University of Minnesota - Les Bolsatd GC has over 33 years of player development experience. He has given personal instruction to a PGA Tour winner, Minnesota PGA Player of the Year, Minnesota PGA Senior Player of the Year, Minnesota State Open Champions, 4 Minnesota PGA Hall-of-Fame Members, State High School Champion and more than 40 PGA club professionals, but, he utilizes his education and experiences teaching great players to specialize in teaching beginners and juniors. I have written nearly 350 unique player development articles which are sent to the client after each lesson. You get to build your own "personalized golf learning folder".
"THE MORE THE TEACHER KNOWS, THE SIMPLER THE MESSAGE AND FASTER THE LEARNING BECOMES".
Greg is currently one of only 10 PGA Master Professionals of Instruction in Minnesota. In 2008 he completed studies and testing to become a TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) Certified Golf Fitness Instructor. This specialized golf-specific research allows Greg to provide another avenue for accelerated improvement. By using a series of physical tests (called "screens"), he will be able to pinpoint why you have the same repetitive swing flaws and ball flight and will create a program to match your physique with your technique.
Greg has been listed on many of the country’s top teacher’s lists including: Top 50 Instructor in America by Golf Range Magazine, "Best Teachers in your State" by Golf Digest Magazine and Honorable Mention Top 50 Kids Teacher in America by U.S. Kids Golf. Greg was honored by his peers by being named the 2006 Minnesota PGA Junior Golf Leader, the 2007 Minnesota PGA Teacher of the Year Award, the 2012 Minnesota PGA Horton Smith Award in Education, and the 2014 Player Development Award, becoming the ONLY professional in Minnesota history to be the recipient of these 4 awards. Greg served on the PGA of America's National Teaching Faculty for 5 years.
He received his greatest honor in 2000 when he was presented the "Distinguished Service Award" from the Minnesota Special Olympics for volunteering as a state golf director, hosting clinics and rules seminars and certification classes for coaches and parents. Greg is a Certified Special Olympics Golf Trainer.
Greg has been a featured speaker at 12 Minnesota PGA teaching seminars collectively attended by over 650 PGA Professionals. He has made over 30 live presentations on the Academy Stage at the Minnesota Golf Show and has nearly 90 instruction articles published in newspapers, magazines and blogs. He has appeared on The Golf Channel as a featured instructor. He hosted a weekly live golf radio program on CBS Sports Radio 105FM in 2013 and 2014