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Ted Sheftic, PGA

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!

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Dr Rob Neal at the Bridges

 Posted 2 weeks ago
   Joining Top 100 Teacher Ted Sheftic at Bridges this week was world expert in golf biomechanics Dr. Robert Neal (Golf BioDynamics).  The special annual event days see the two men working closely together using the latest technology in golf instruction to bring about the best results for students.  In the hands of an expert teachers, combining 3D swing analysis, pressure traces, launch monitor data and video assists the diagnosis of swing ailments and can speed up the rate of technical change; as well as making for an exciting lesson experience.  The ability to assess the physical status of the golfer is also addressed – does the swing fault have a physical underpinning and thus would addressing this via exercises or drills assist in moving the student along this technical pathway.  The answer is often a resounding yes.  Robert has worked in the golf industry for over a decade with some of the best teachers in the golf industry and with golfers of all levels of ability.  This is the fifth year the two men have worked together.    It is a great reflection on Ted as a golf teacher that he is always learning ...

Lancaster County Junior Golf Tour Hat trick sparks Will Riva to LCJGT win at Hawk Valley

 Posted 2 weeks ago
Will Riva, a rising junior at Lancaster Catholic, opened the current Lancaster County Junior Golf Tour season with a victory at Overlook.After that tournament, he thanked his “lucky charm” — a white bucket hat that protects his pale skin, blonde hair and blue eyes from the sun.Riva, however, recently slept over at a friend’s house. But with Tuesday’s Golf, Etc., Lusk & Associates Junior at Hawk Valley drawing near, he realized there was something missing — his lucky charm.“I called him (and said), ‘Hey, I need you to bring that bucket hat. I need it,’ ” Riva said.When his friend arrived at Hawk Valley on Tuesday, Riva charged up to him and urgently asked, “Dude, you have my hat? I need it.”The exchange was made, and Riva was reunited with his lucky charm.Good thing, too. With the hat came Riva’s second LCJGT championship of the summer.After playing a stellar round of 36-37—73, Riva finished four strokes ahead of Ethan Cairns (39-38—77) and Patrick Neslund (36-41—77) for the crown.“To be honest, tee to green was the best I’ve ever played,” Riva ...

Dr Rob Neal & Ted at the Bridges with Students

 Posted 2 weeks ago
 Joining Top 100 Teacher Ted Sheftic at Bridges this week was world expert in golf biomechanics Dr. Robert Neal (Golf BioDynamics).  The special annual event days see the two men working closely together using the latest technology in golf instruction to bring about the best results for students.  In the hands of an expert teachers, combining 3D swing analysis, pressure traces, launch monitor data and video assists the diagnosis of swing ailments and can speed up the rate of technical change; as well as making for an exciting lesson experience.  The ability to assess the physical status of the golfer is also addressed – does the swing fault have a physical underpinning and thus would addressing this via exercises or drills assist in moving the student along this technical pathway.  The answer is often a resounding yes.  Robert has worked in the golf industry for over a decade with some of the best teachers in the golf industry and with golfers of all levels of ability.  This is the fifth year the two men have worked together.    It is a great reflection on Ted as a golf teacher that he is always learning and ...

John Dimler Finishes 6th - 24th PA Eastern Amateur

 Posted 2 weeks ago
New Student John Dimler shot 75 - 73 - 148 and finished 6th in the recent Pa Eastern Amateur.  Great playing John.   

US Kids Tournament Cole Villa Pinehurst

 Posted last month
Heading to Pinehurst, NC on Sunday for the U.S. Kids Golf World Championships. Cole has 132 kids in his division from 15 different countries. Just hoping he finished somewhere in the middle. Good Luck Cole!

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