Rich Doino, PGA Professional, Instructor and Club Fitter
Rich Doino is a Long Island native that became a class A PGA Member in 2003. I started my teaching career at the Engineers country club working under the tutelage of Eric Feltman PGA. I was then invited to teach in Greenwich Connecticut, at the Innis Arden Golf Club, there I became the First teaching professional under the tutelage of Gary Murphy PGA. My experiences have allowed me to cultivate my teaching philosophy.
In my eyes, each student is a beautiful blank canvas. There are no two golf swings alike. The way I teach is to adapt the students physical and mental capacities and roll them into a beautiful and functional golf swing. Many people have flaws in their swing that can be rebuilt and perfected. With advanced technology students are assessed an immediate a plan is put in to action. Homework is given to each student to reinforce muscle memory along with knowledge and understanding of the golf swing. I also teach students how “To Play” golf. Playing golf is often overlooked because being able to swing a golf club well does not necessarily make you a better golfer. Once you enter the realm of working on your swing and your game the possibilities are endless. My goal is to make golf fun and enjoyable. After all it is a game. I look forward to building strong relationships with my students and watch them become the golfer they want to be
“Golf Is Hard…..Let’s Make It Fun”