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

Missing Links: 'This vote has to be yes,' on opening Royal & Ancient Golf Club to women

17 Sep 2014 08:03:34 Z

Stories of interest you might have missed… “St Andrews, like every other place in the nation, will be in the grip of a referendum vote that has split opinion,” James Riach writes in the Guardian....

Stuff: Fitness for your fingers

17 Sep 2014 08:03:34 Z

Every once in a while, a "why didn't I think of that?" product comes along. Repeatedly opening and closing your hand while wearing the Hand X Band ($10, handxband.com) helps strengthen the muscles that control...

#HelpMeGolfDigest: Dr. Michael Lardon changes how you think about your game

17 Sep 2014 08:03:34 Z

When Phil Mickelson was looking for a way to get over his crushing loss at the 2013 U.S. Open, he went to mental performance coach Dr. Michael Lardon for help. A month later, Mickelson went...

Lexi Thompson turns heads in latest photo shoot

17 Sep 2014 08:03:34 Z

In April, Lexi Thompson won her first major. Now, she's drawing major attention for something other than her golf. Related: Behind-the-scenes photos of Michelle Wie's Golf Digest cover shoot On Tuesday, Thompson Instagrammed a montage...

How two golf courses are feeling the effects of a romance gone bad

17 Sep 2014 08:03:34 Z

By Stephen Hennessey When the stresses of life are overwhelming, a golf course can be a great escape. Two Buffalo-area golf courses would attest to the opposite being true, as a man drove his car...

A sneak peek at Gleneagles reveals an American golf course that happens to be in Scotland

17 Sep 2014 08:03:34 Z

PERTHSHIRE, Scotland -- With ten days still to go before the first shot is struck in Ryder anger, all the things that sit alongside a major event are already well underway at Gleneagles. Security is...

How does a Heisman candidate unwind after a game? This one played some (bad) golf

17 Sep 2014 08:03:34 Z

So, how does a leading Heisman Trophy candidate and potential No. 1 pick in the NFL draft unwind after a game? Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota does his homework, if playing golf can be considered as...

The Grind: Billy's millions, Lindsey's extreme workouts, chainsaws, and trips to outer space

17 Sep 2014 08:03:34 Z

Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we will listen to Billy Horschel the next time he offers gambling advice. A week after saying he'd put a little money on himself at the Tour...

Golf Digest's best musician golfer isn't letting it all go to his head. . .yet

17 Sep 2014 08:03:34 Z

Vince Gill has a picture of himself as a 3-year-old, hugging his guitar in his sleep. He'd started playing the instrument even before he was verbal, says the Country Music Hall of Famer, and took...

Make The Turn Weekly Challenge #27: Hogan's Practice Secret

17 Sep 2014 08:03:34 Z

There's a big difference between practicing hard and getting the most out of your time working on your game. All too often, we think buying a jumbo bucket will serve us more than hitting only...

Recent Student News

Summer Recap for JD Dornes.2014

 Posted 1 days ago
Student JD Dornes Qualified for Sunnehanna Amateur, 69 -3 at Bedford. Sunnehanna Amateur Tournament 75,75,73 - 223. North-South Amateur at Pinehurst - 72,67,73 (212 total)   Qualified from 132 players to top 16 for Match play, lost 2 down. Qualified for US Amateur second straight year at Harrisburg C.C. total 140. US Amateur at Atlanta Athletic Club - 74 - 73 - Missed cut by 2. Northern Amateur, Sand Creek Illinois - 76, 76, 73. PA Amateur at Oakmont C.C.  Finished 4th scored 75,73,72. JD finished Tied for 3rd Wolverine Golf Tournament in Michigan scored 71,66, 71 (-5 total)

Summer Recap for Student Ryan Dornes:

 Posted 1 days ago
Played in Western Junior Flossmoor, Illinois 74 - 8- ( Missed cut by 1 ) Qualified to Play Junior Championship at Penn State 74 - 67 - 71 (-4 total )  PGA Championship at Miramount Country Club, Yexas  70-74-76 - Missed cut by 2 strokes. Qualified for the US Junior Amateur, Woodlands, Texas shot 78 - 78 missed cut. Ryan shoe 62 at a high school match just recently and broke the scoring record by Jim Furyk. Ryan's High school scores for this fall: 71,76,65,62,76, and 75. Ryan will be accepting a Golf Scholarship to Penn State.

York Catholic wins Division III title; Joe Parrini wins with a 70

 Posted last week
YORK CATHOLIC CLINCHES DIVISION CROWN >> Joe Parrini carded a 70 to edge teammate Nick Geiman by two shots as the Fighting Irish clinched the YAIAA Division III golf championship.Andrew Forjan and Josh Stewart finished third and fourth overall, respectively, for the Fighting Irish as they had the top-four finishers for a team score of 393. Delone Catholic and Hanover tied for second place with a score of 453 each.York County Tech was only three shots behind them with 456 while Bermudian Springs (494) and Fairfield (508) finished a distant fifth and sixth. 1. Joe Parrini, YC, 70. 2. Nick Geiman, YC, 72. 3. Andrew Forjan, YC, 79. 4. Josh Stewart, YC, 83. 5. Jacob Mueller, DC, 84.

York Catholic's Nick Geiman takes IJGT opener

 Posted last week
York Catholic senior Nick Geiman opened the International Junior Golf Tour with a sudden-death playoff victory Sunday at Hershey Country Club.After 36 holes on the East Course, Geiman entered a playoff with Peter Bradbeer of Philadelphia in the boys' 15-19 age division. Geiman won on the second playoff hole, a par-4 No. 17 on the course, when Geiman's shot from the fairway landed within a few feet from the pin. Geiman birdie putted his way to victory and recorded scores of 74 and 73 during the two-day event."It feels good to finally win on the IJGT," Geiman said in a press release. "I know I have placed second and third once, so it feels good to finally get a win against a good field."On Thursday in York Township, Geiman shattered a Springwood Golf Course record with a 66 while playing with his high school team.

Bruce Smith Win YCAGA Match Play Championship

 Posted last week
Bruce Smith won the YCAGA Senior Match play championship on Saturday at the Country Club of York, Congratulations Bruce. 

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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