Dale Bartlett has been teaching golf lessons in Mesa for over 13 years and other locations for more than 24 years to thousands of students. He has been a member of PGA’s Southwest Section, Rocky Mountain Section and Northern California Section and attended numerous Player and Teaching Summits in both Section and National agendas.
He was an instructor at Riverview Golf Course for more than 10 years and is currently teaching in East Mesa at Augusta Ranch Golf Club. (Please click the link and check out the services and facilities at August Ranch Golf Club, see the entire teaching staff as well as current pricing for instruction).
He has Attended golf swing seminars conducted by Jim Flick, Butch Harmon, Hank Haney, Chuck Cook, Dave Pelz, and many more as well as sports psychologists Dr. Carey Mumford and Dr. Bob Rotella. Rules seminars attended include many USGA and PGA state and national personalities as well as a clinic with Kendra Graham, the first woman official on the PGA Tour and the first to officiate the Open Championship (British Open).
Club fitting certified: Ping, Callaway, and Henry Griffitts golf.
In teaching golf the instructor should be knowledgeable in all aspects of the game: Rules , Etiquette, properly fit clubs, usage and swinging of all clubs. Short and long game : putting, chipping and pitching, sand shots, and full shots.
Dale’s teaching methods keep the swing simple and natural. All parts of the swing have a natural sequence that is used everyday, in all activities, and is very easy to utilize in golf.
All players have different levels of play they wish to attain, be realistic, and let Dale help you achieve them.
Dale Bartlett, PGA Professional
- Golf Professional: Fifteen years as PGA Head Professional Class (A1), Star Valley Ranch CC (Rocky Mountain Section) and Porterville GC (Northern California Section).
- Currently: PGA Teaching Professional (A6) at Augusta Ranch GC in Mesa, AZ.
- Philosophy: “Golf should be fun…You shouldn’t have to work at it”. That statement doesn’t mean you do not have to practice. With quality instruction and practice, good results will happen, and with good results the enjoyment of the game will occur.