Kris Moe is an Advanced Instructor with Impact Zone. He was a two-time All-American at San Diego State then played the PGA Tour in 1986, the European PGA Tour in 1989 and finished 25th in the 1985 British Open. Kris started the Kris Moe Golf School in Sonoma, California in 1995 and it is a Top 25 Golf School in America presently and he runs monthly coaching programs at the Chuck Corica Golf Complex in the Bay Area (excellent short game area and lessons are on grass). Like many top golf coaches Kris is always improving his knowledge in all aspects of golf through cutting edge education and training from the leaders of the sport from around the world coach bio-mechanics, kinesiology, neuroscience and psychology. The modern golf coach, Kris believes, brings this and the right amount of cheer leading and support to his student. He is a believer in SMART (specific, measurable, actionable, realistic, time related) goals. As a student you will be measured at some point to create a baseline and various times be measured again to see how you are doing with your goals. Kris says “if you can measure it, you can improve it.” He is a PGA member, certified with the Trackman launch monitor, a certified TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) instructor and a certified Ping and Titleist clubfitter. He has also played and caddied in major championships. Kris is seeking golfers who want a coach to learn, get better and have fun along the way.
Kris is a big fan of what Henry Brunton (a top golf coach from Canada) has described as what a modern golf coach should be doing for his students and here they are: -Help you identify your goals -Give you a comprehensive physical screen -Teach strategy and tactics course and game management skills -Work with you to monitor, measure and reset goals as necessary -Provide advice and strategies for improving -Ensure that your equipment and ball is optimally fitted And then the next steps: Teach you how to practice effectively Teach mental skills and strategies Teach the rules of golf Teach competitive skills- event preparation/ game plans Help formulate a detailed goal-setting program and training regimen Help establish a balanced and challenging competitive schedule Collect accurate data from rounds Teach proper nutrition and hydration Help create a strength training and flexibility regimen Communicate openly with the athlete, parents and collegiate coaches Encourage and support you on and off the course
Find Kris at Alameda, CA | Phone: 707-529-6458