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!

Accu-Roll

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 .

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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.

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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.

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Recent Golf News

How He Hit That: Tim Clark's precision short irons

28 Jul 2014 02:48:31 Z

By Matthew Rudy Tim Clark is never going to overpower a golf course. In fact, he's next to last out of all the players measured for driving distance on the PGA Tour in 2014, at...

Nike's Lunar Adapt shoes will have women wanting to wear them off the course

28 Jul 2014 02:48:31 Z

By Keely Levins Nike has added the athletic, spikeless Lunar Adapt to its women’s golf shoe line. The two-tone, waffle-pattern bottom is designed to keep your feet close to the ground to help maintain...

What they said, what they meant: Royal & Ancient voting-statement edition

28 Jul 2014 02:48:31 Z

By Geoff Shackelford The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews issued a statement late Friday afternoon, in tribute to its infamous, late Friday acknowledgement of making design changes to the Old Course...

Bandon's Mike Keiser keeps building golf courses when others are shutting them down

28 Jul 2014 02:48:31 Z

By Peter Finch Like a lot of people I know, I got home from a recent trip to Oregon’s Bandon Dunes Golf Resort and immediately began dreaming about my next visit. Developer Mike Keiser...

An app that can track your stats like you're on the PGA Tour

28 Jul 2014 02:48:31 Z

By Stephen Hennessey The interest in stats and their application in golf is bigger than ever. Arccos -- a game-improvement app with technology developed by Callaway -- offers real-time, automatic stat-tracking on your smartphone....

#HelpMeGolfDigest: Bob Kramer tackles fundamentals and the mental game

28 Jul 2014 02:48:31 Z

By Matthew Rudy Pennsylvania instructor Bob Kramer has spent 25 years teaching a raft of top LPGA, amateur and AJGA players in metro Philadelphia. He's a two-time Philadelphia PGA section teacher of the year...

Michigan man allegedly impersonates a golf pro, runs up $16,000 tab at posh resort

28 Jul 2014 02:48:31 Z

By Sam WeinmanThe concept of seeking a "comp" at a golf resort isn't a new one. Free range balls, perhaps. Or if you've got the right connections, maybe even an entire round. A Michigan man recently took...

A way to make sure your cellphone doesn't die on the course

28 Jul 2014 02:48:31 Z

By Brendan Mohler Cellphone battery life is a problem for almost everyone, and with the ever-increasing number of apps available to tech-minded golfers, it can be all the more frustrating. PlusBlue Solutions, a Cincinnati-based...

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

28 Jul 2014 02:48:31 Z

By Alex Myers 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. Rory McIlroy: It's...

Weird Golf News of the Week: A big green dinosaur was stolen (then returned) to a mini-golf course

28 Jul 2014 02:48:31 Z

By Luke Kerr-Dineen It's been a strange week for golf news. First, a man was attacked by an alligator for a second time and wants to go back for more, and then a big...

Recent Student News

Craig Hornberger fires 7 Under

 Posted 1 days ago
Craig shot -7 on Monday in the LANCO Open at Crossgates….took 2nd place…..glad for this to build up his confidence a bit.   We are away for vacation next week but should probably get to see you again once or twice before he goes back to school….I'm sure he will be in touch.   Thanks for everything,  Barb H.   

Amy Young Win's Ladies Club Championship

 Posted 1 days ago
Amy Young defeats Connie Shorb at the Country Club of York, Amy got off to a slow start, 3 down after 4 holes but stormed back to win the Ladies Club Championship one up.  Amy also won the Ladies York County Amateur defeating Connie Shorb in the final match. 

Email from Christian Alderucci

 Posted 6 days ago
Christian Alderucci 8:54 pm Jul 21 I've worked with Doc many times in the past and always had great results. Friday was the first time I worked with Ted and the results were incredible !!!! Saturday morning I played in a tournament at Bulle Rock and shot 75 and won by 8 shots !!!!! I was so confident over the ball !! I haven't felt that way all year long !!!! Thanks to Karen, Doc and my new instructor Ted Sheftic !!!!

Ryan Dornis fires 71-67 1st place finish at Penn State

 Posted last week
 Ryan Dornes of Lancaster, Pennsylvania took home the title in the Boys’ 15-18 division, while Amber Wang of Sugar Land, Texas won the Girls’ crown.Dornes followed up his second round 67 with a final round 1-under par 71 to claim a 6-shot victory. He had a tournament total of 4-under par 212. For the second round in a row, Dornes played a tremendously solid round of golf, nearly flawless again today with only 2 bogeys on the card.After his round he was thrilled to play the way he did.“I played great this week. It feels good to come out here and get a win and put my name on an invitation to the Junior PGA Championship,” said Dornes. “I have a few tournaments left this summer and I’m now hoping to use those as a tune-up for Miramont.”First round leader Nicholas Geiman of York, Pennsylvania finished in second with a total of 218, 2-over par for the tournament. Kyle Berkshire of Crofton, Maryland and Douglas Kulikowski of Pittsford, New York tied for third.

Matt Hardman 67 qualifies for PA State Open

 Posted last week
Congratulations to Matt for qualifying for PA State Open, Matt fired a 67 at the Colonial CC in Harrisburg on Tuesday, July 15th.

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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