Woodlands County Club director of instruction named one of the top 100 Teachers in America
Kevin Kirk, the director of instruction of Sequoia Golf's Woodlands Country Club, was recently named one of the Top 100 Teachers in America by GOLF magazine.
According to a press release, the annual list chooses teachers based on a variety of factors including swing knowledge, communication skills, innovative teaching ideas, flexibility in teaching different learning types, proven success, willingness to share knowledge with peers, longevity; success with well-known golfers industry awards, and the number of nominations, recommendations and presentations.
"Kevin Kirk has been dedicated to instructing and challenging his students with innovative and interactive methods for more than 20 years," Joe Guerra, president of Sequoia Golf, said in the release. "His passion for teaching and love of the game make him ideal for this award. We couldn't be more proud of the honor he has received."
Kirk has spent more than 30,000 hours instructing players of all ages and abilities around the world.
As a recipient of Golf Magazine's honor, Kirk will have the responsibility to improve player education, instruction techniques and public outreach.
The list of the top 100 teachers will appear in GOLF magazine's February/March 2013 issue.
For more information about Sequoia Golf, visit www.sequoiagolf.com.
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