Ted Sheftic, PGA

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Teacher and Coach 
My goal as a teacher is to help my students achieve a good, consistent shot.  The student must be committed to improve their game and take the necessary steps to get there. 

It is not an easy process, but with time and commitment anyone can learn.  To me being a good coach means, “…taking it to the course with confidence.”  And you can too!


Putting is 43% of scoring, ACCU - STROKE Putting Mirror is a dynamic, portable training aid that will improve your confidence and help develop excellent mechanics.

A - Aligns shoulders square.
B - Eyes over the ball.
C - Red & Blue tracks for Alignment & Path.
D - Putter head to RED for 10 feet and in.
E - Putter head to BLUE for 20 feet and in.
F - Four holes for placement of tees.
G - Instructional DVD .

Click here to buy online 


Custom Putting Green

Ted Sheftic Custom Putting Green, designed to putt fast & true.

Ted's Custom Putting Green is 12' by 4' long, has three cups 1 small, 1 medium, & 1 regulation size. Excellent for home use.


Spine Board

The Spine Board Will Help Address three major problems.

A. Prevents swaying on the back swing.
B. Will allow you to post up on your front side.
C. Maintains your spine angle throughout the swing.


Recent Golf News

Throwback Thursday: When the Skins Game provided golf fans a Thanksgiving-weekend feast

27 Nov 2014 19:22:10 Z

Thanksgiving and golf are rarely part of the same conversation these days, unless you find yourself in cahoots with family members to sneak out for a few holes while the turkey was in the...

That time Golf Digest was prominently featured in "Seinfeld"

27 Nov 2014 19:22:10 Z

The beauty of an all-time great TV show like "Seinfeld" is that no matter how long it's been off the air, watching reruns never gets old. You also never know when you're going to catch...

Deal of the Week: Hit the Dominican Republic for an all-inclusive golf getaway

27 Nov 2014 19:22:10 Z

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic has long been a prime destination for experiencing perfect weather and some of the finest white sand beaches in the world--and doing it in affordable, all-inclusive luxury. Now, there are even more...

David Leadbetter is eyeing one major in particular for Lydia Ko next year

27 Nov 2014 19:22:10 Z

Lydia Ko capped off an incredible rookie campaign on the LPGA Tour with a win in the season finale that earned her the biggest payday ($1.5 million) in tour history. But her coach, David Leadbetter,...

Missing Links: Jordan Spieth charming them Down Under

27 Nov 2014 19:22:10 Z

Stories of interest you might have missed… Jordan Spieth is playing in the Australian Open this week and not surprisingly has charmed the Aussie media. “Articulate and a self-confessed golf history buff, it is hard...

Thanksgiving: Your seven-step game plan

27 Nov 2014 19:22:10 Z

Roughly 24 hours from now, you're probably going to be knee-deep in cranberry sauce and stuffing. In all honesty, so will I. However, Thanksgiving doesn't have to be something you regret on Friday.Follow these seven...

We need your help finding the best clubfitters

27 Nov 2014 19:22:10 Z

If you've been heeding the advice of our equipment editors, you've most certainly been fit for your clubs. It has been the long held opinion of not just us but every corner of the industry...

This is (sort of) what Chris Como and Tiger Woods are working on

27 Nov 2014 19:22:10 Z

In the golf world's version of a Supreme Court justice confirmation hearing, we're diving deep into the stacks to find anything we can about Chris Como, Tiger Woods' new coach.Como is a relatively new name,...

Uh-oh: what's that white stuff on my golf course?

27 Nov 2014 19:22:10 Z

There wasn’t much snow to begin with, and most of what there was melted quickly, but Gary, our terrific superintendent, closed the course temporarily, because it was so cold that the remaining snow and frost...

The Grind: Letters from Tiger, boxes of cash, and Holly's latest photo shoot

27 Nov 2014 19:22:10 Z

Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we are still waiting to receive an angry letter from Tiger Woods. Has he not seen what we've been writing about his jeans for the past year?...

Recent Student News

Great Round Mel Woolf

 Posted 2 weeks ago
Ted, Really sorry to see the season end here in Central Pennsylvania. I did want you to know that on Tuesday November 11,2014 I accomplished a goal I didn't think I was capable of. During my league play at Dauphin Highlands here in Harrisburg, I shot a one under par 71. A front nine with three birdies yielded a three under 33 and a back nine with two bogies came to 38.  In retrospect I must say I need to learn how to stay aggressive. The back nine was all about playing prevent defense. It doesn't seem to work in football and it didn't work for me either. I know I am capable of a better score on that back nine, I have done so before. All in all quite an accomplishment for me, and most of it is your fault.  Thanks,  Mel  

Email from Mel Woolf

 Posted 2 weeks ago
Ted Just a note to say thanks for giving me my game back. Now that I am retired, I looked forward to enjoying the game I had when I was younger. Unfortunately that was not the case. Having been a better player, the game was now a struggle, bad shots were very bad and very frustrating. I had a hard time keeping the scores in the low eighties and occasionally would shoot Ninety. It was very depressing and I seriously thought about giving up the game. This is the second season you and I have worked together and the first where we did so with any regularity. I must say I am sorry to see the season end here in Pennsylvania.  Since working with you my enjoyment of the game has returned and my scores have steadily decreased. My bad shots are not so bad and I make good shots on a regular basis. It is once again a pleasure to tee it up and enjoy a round. I am not one who has to shoot a great score to enjoy the game. This is not to say I don't enjoy scoring well. My last ...

Joe Parrini win Major IJGT Tournament

 Posted last month
Posted by IJGT Admin in News and Blogs, Results. The IJGT hosted the Major Championship at Out Door Country Club on October 25-26, 2014. The Major Championship was the first Major of the season and the final tournament of the Northeast Tour. Juniors competed for IJGT merit points and national rankings.Joe Parrini of York, Pa., of the Boys 15-19 Division combined scores of 73 and 74 to win with a two-day total of 147. With consistent scoring in both rounds, Parrini carded five total birdies and 24 total pars for his tournament. The York native had familiarity with the course and took advantage of his course knowledge to finish five shots ahead of his competition. The Major Championship title is the first for Parrini after his graduation from the Boys 14 & Under Division.In second was Gus Minkin of York, Pa., with a tournament total 152 and rounding out the top three was Teddy Zinser of Alexandria, Va., finishing with a total 154. Zinser’s round-two score of even-par 72 earned him the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award, the award presented to the male and female player with the lowest final-round score.  n the ...

Evan Greenplate IJGT Champion

 Posted last month
Winning by large margin was Evan Greenplate of York, Pa., in the Boys 14 & Under Division. Greenplate led round one by seven strokes before kicking off his round-two effort. He birdied the par-4 hole No. 1 before going on to add nine pars and a second birdie for a final-round score of 78.“All I was trying to do was sink putts and not get ahead of myself,” said Greenplate. He finished a tournament-total 157 highlighted by 19 total pars and three birdies.

Ryan Dornes Runner UP PIAA High School Championship

 Posted last month
Ryan Dornes scores 145 and lost in a 3 hole playoff.  Ryan finished 2nd place in PIAA High School State Championship.  Jack Reilly at 149 finished tied for 4th place. In PIAA double AA Nick Geiman finished at 3rd place and Freshman Joe Parrini tied for 6th place with a pair of 77's total 154.  All four students have had a great year. Congratulations Boys you all have developed solid fundamentals.  Ryan is on his way to Penn State on a Golf Scholarship, and Jake Reilly is on his way to Furman University in South Carolina also on a Golf Scholarship.

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Contact Me

Golf Learning Center
406-A Old Mill Rd
New Oxford, PA 17350 

tel:   717-891-0684
email: tsheftic@comcast.net