The 2016 Iowa PGA Teaching and Coaching Summit will be held on Tuesday, November 29 at Riverside Casino & Golf Resort! The Summit will feature Stan Utley, PGA Member, Tour Winner and well sought after short game instructor.
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See below for more details, Stan Utley’s full bio, presentations and schedule of events.
$75 for PGA Members and Apprentices in good standing
$100 for General Public
Registration fee includes continental breakfast and lunch.
Members will earn 6 required education MSR for their attendance
Registration deadline is Wednesday, November 23rd at 12:00 P.M. Late entries will not be accepted under any circumstance. A full refund, minus $10 processing fee will be provided for anyone who cancels prior to the deadline.
Schedule of Events
Tuesday, November 29
8:30 a.m. – Rolls, fruit and beverages
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Stan Utley, PGA
–Art of Putting
12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Stan Utley, PGA
–Art of Short Game
2:30 pm. – Stan will take Q & A and meet with Professionals individually for about an hour.
All events will be hosted by and held at Riverside Casino & Golf Resort. A special hotel rate of $69.95 is available for attendees on both Monday and Tuesday night. Please call the resort directly at (877) 677-3456 to reserve.
Stan Utley, PGA
Stan Utley is one of the most well known and sought after short game instructors in golf. He is a PGA TOUR winner and currently ranks 14th according to Golf Digest’s “America’s 50 Greatest Teachers” – a poll of more than 1,500 teaching professionals from around the country.
Born in January, 1962, Stan Utley attended the University of Missouri where he was a three-time All-Big Eight selection and two-time All-American. After graduation, he turned pro in 1984 and joined the PGA TOUR winning the 1989 Chattanooga Classic. He also holds the PGA TOUR record for fewest putts in nine holes with six at the 2002 Air Canada Championship. Stan also competed on the Web.com Tour earning three victories – the 1993 NIKE Cleveland Open, the 1995 NIKE Louisiana Open and the 1995 NIKE Miami Valley Open.
Currently, Stan focuses most of his time on teaching. His list of current and former students reads like a who’s who of golfers on the PGA, Web.com, Champions and LPGA Tours including: Jay Haas, Scott Piercy, Bill Haas, Paige Mackenzie, Amanda Blumenherst, Kevin Streelman, Darren Clarke, Brandt Jobe, Sergio Garcia, Rocco Mediate, Alex Noran, Inbee Park, Paul McGinley and many more.
Utley’s passion is watching people “light up” when they have the experience of understanding and executing better golf through his instruction and encouragement. Utley begins each session by asking a series of questions to better comprehend a student’s playing history and goals. He then calls on his experience as a PGA TOUR player and instructor to share proven techniques for shooting lower scores in a simple, understandable way.
Stan has also written four instructional books – The Art of the Swing, The Art of Putting, The Art of the Short Game and The Art of Scoring – and developed a subscription-based video instruction website called Stan University (Stan U).
Stan Utley resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with his family and plays out of Grayhawk Golf Club. For continued updates, please visit www.facebook.com/StanUtley and twitter.com/StanUtley.