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: 'Everyone but McIlroy wants to marry Caroline Wozniacki,' and Euro captain's Ryder Cup predicament

01 Sep 2014 14:40:03 Z

Stories of interest you might have missed… The sport is tennis, but Rory McIlroy’s name turned up in virtually every story recounting Caroline Wozniacki’s fourth-round victory over Maria Sharapova in the U.S. Open on Sunday....

Tweet suggests Tiger Woods isn't alone in being 'over-engineered'

01 Sep 2014 14:40:03 Z

There has been ample discussion in the wake of Tiger Woods having parted ways with instructor Sean Foley that he has been “over-engineered,” as Paul Azinger put it, over-coached, as it were, too concerned with...

Los Angeles Country Club makes its U.S. Open pitch to membership

01 Sep 2014 14:40:03 Z

It remains to be seen how the members at the Los Angeles Country Club feel about the possibility of the club hosting the U.S. Open in 2023, but its board of directors has begun its...

Tour players are way different, example No. 793: When they rank golf courses

01 Sep 2014 14:40:03 Z

Asking a PGA Tour star which top golf course he's still waiting to play is like asking an artist which color he'd still like to paint with. Before long, your options start to dwindle. Still,...

Missing Links: Sean Foley's reaction ('not a sad day'), and Los Angeles Country Club's change of heart (maybe)

01 Sep 2014 14:40:03 Z

Stories of interest you might have missed… How did Sean Foley handle the news that Tiger Woods had fired him? Better than most, probably. “I know the world won't want to believe that two people...

Tree trouble: Winter is coming, and Howard meets his match

01 Sep 2014 14:40:03 Z

There’s a maple near the bend of the dogleg on the first hole, and each year it provides one of the first clear signs that the golf season is winding down:The tree may actually mark...

Meet the 3-year-old golf prodigy born without a right hand

01 Sep 2014 14:40:03 Z

When Tommy Morrissey was 13 months old, he began watching golf telecasts with his father Joe and “he’d watch it as though he understood what was happening,” his mother Marcia said. DC News FOX 5...

Deal of the Week: See Hemingway's Sun Valley at a discount

01 Sep 2014 14:40:03 Z

Ernest Hemingway came to Sun Valley, Idaho for the first time in 1939 for a lot of the same reasons visitors come now -- the incredible mountain scenery, clean air and low key atmosphere. A-listers...

5 things to talk about with your buddies on the course this weekend

01 Sep 2014 14:40:03 Z

From sports to TV to politics (OK, so mostly the first two), we offer five hot topics that are sure to liven up your round of golf: 1. "Brangelina": They got married! Last weekend! In...

Brendon de Jonge got off to a worse start than most amateur golfers playing over Labor Day Weekend will

01 Sep 2014 14:40:03 Z

Brendon de Jonge arrived at this week's Deutsche Bank Championship with a good chance of advancing to the third leg of the FedEx Cup Championship. But by the third hole of the first round at...

Recent Student News

Email received from Chris Hurst

 Posted 4 days ago
Thanks for a wonderful session today. I believe, whether I can eventually do it or not, that I have come to understand how the legs, feet, and hips are supposed to work and the reason mine never have. The drills were good and we'll see how well I can infuse the correct action into the swing. In any case though, it is a relief to understand and feel how the bottom half of my body needs to work. Finally, some of the words you used make it clear. I had lots of fun working through the puzzle; usually do. Thanks,  Chris 

Update from student Brynn Walker

 Posted 4 days ago
Tournament highlights from Brynn Walker. Rolex Girls Junior Championship June  78-75-76- Finished T30th U.S. Junior Girls Qualifier  June 71  T1st Qualified Junior PGA Championship July  73-75 3rd did not qualify U.S. Women's Amateur Qualifier July 70 Place 2nd- Qualified U.S. Junior Championship July 27 -26th score 75 - 75 T26 - Made match play losi in round of 64 AJGA Philadelphia Junior July Huntingdon Valley Golf Club, score 77-79-75 Place 1st U.S.Women's Amateur Nassau Country Club  76-76  Missed cut for match play PA State Amateur Bent Creek August Score 73 seeded 2nd lost in round of 8 AJGA Junior at Bethesda MD August 74-75-74 Place 3rd AJGA Corsemax / Philadelphia Runner Junior Score 71-70-74 Place 1st Very impressive summer for Brynn, Great golf swing with outstanding work ethics. Its been a great pleasure working with Brynn.

Joe Parrini 4th IJGT Tournament

 Posted last week
Joe Parrini got off to a rough start with a 44 on the front nine, then played the final 63 holes at 2 under with rounds of 79 - 71 - 71 and finished 4th, at the University Maryland IJGT Summer Series.  

Thursday's golf roundup: York Catholic takes Division III opener Nick Geiman shot a 69 to pace York Catholic

 Posted last week
York Catholic golfer Nick Geiman shot a 69, and teammate Joe Parrini was right behind with a 70 as the Fighting Irish won the Division III golf opener at South Hills on Thursday.Geiman's 69 was good for first place.Fellow Fighting Irish Andrew Forjan (75) and Jon Giambalvo (81) finished third and fourth, respectively, while their teammate Ryan Deporter, and Delone Catholic's Mario Statuto tied for 85 to round out the top five.York Catholic ran away with a 380 team score. Hanover finished second, shooting a 462 as a team, with Ben Hutton leading the way with an 87. Madison McDaniel also shot a 90.

Email received from Steve Kunkle

 Posted 2 weeks ago
Ted, unbelievable! Barth and I played yesterday after my lesson and we couldn't believe how well I hit almost every shot. From my irons to my driver, I had distance and accuracy good ball flight. On hole # 10, 2 other  golfers actually complimented my drives that has never ever happened before, Thank you, thank you. I look forward to my next lesson!  Steve  

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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