Jeremy is the Golf Channel Academy Lead Coach and Director of Instruction at The Legacy Golf Performance Center in Phoenix. He is also the Owner and Director of the JJAGolf Academy. A six-time nominee for Illinois PGA Teacher of the Year, Jeremy specializes in the full swing.

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Legacy Golf Performance Center

Legacy Golf Performance Center

Phoenix
, AZ

Garry Byrd

Staff Members

jeremy anderson

Jeremy is the Golf Channel Academy Lead Coach and Director of Instruction at The Legacy Golf Performance Center in Phoenix. He is also the Owner and Director of the JJAGolf Academy. A six-time nominee for Illinois PGA Teacher of the Year, Jeremy specializes in the full swing and is a leading expert in several different forms of technology, including FlightScope, BodiTrak and FocusBand.

Prior to joining Legacy, Jeremy was the Head Golf Professional for 10 years at Twin Orchard Country Club in Long Grove, IL. He was also a First Assistant Golf Professional at Twin Orchard.

An accomplished player, Jeremy’s students have won national and international junior golf tournaments and qualified for several USGA championships. His favorite mantra to his students is that “If you outwork everyone, your only opponent is the moment.” Jeremy is also a featured writer for GolfWRX.com and The Huffington Post.

Legacy Golf Performance Center

Legacy Golf Performance Center

Phoenix , AZ

www.legacygolfperformancecenter.com

Legacy’s range and short-game complex are open daily from sunrise to 30 minutes before sunset. The four-level practice putting green is extremely large, with a dozen target cups. For sharpening the short game there is also a practice bunker plus a separate chipping and pitching green. Full-day practice privileges are available for $10.

Phoenix golf coach Craig Renshaw

Craig Renshaw

Craig is a Senior Staff Instructor with The Legacy Golf Performance Center in Phoenix, AZ, and owner of Craig Renshaw Golf. A two-time nominee for New England Section PGA Teacher of the Year and Southwest Section PGA Teacher of the Year, Craig has been teaching professionally for more than 25 years, giving upwards of 1,000 lessons per year. Prior to joining The Legacy Golf Performance Center, Craig was Director of Instruction at Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club in New Hampshire. He was also Director of Instruction for Paradise Valley Country Club in Paradise Valley, Ariz., and a Senior Master Instructor for Resort Golf Schools. Craig has taught alongside several Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers, including Charlie King, Dr. Gary Wiren, Michael Hebron, and Scott Sackett, and watched and learned from several others, most notably Butch Harmon, Hank Haney, Jim McLean, and Dave Pelz.

Phoenix golf coach Sue Wieger at Legacy Golf Resort

Sue Wieger

Sue Wieger is a Best Selling International Author, Motivational Speaker and Peak Performance Coach. She is a 23 year LPGA Class “A” Golf Professional and owns Wieger Consulting, LLC. Her international learning and performance business incorporates innovative mind and body coaching and training techniques to maximize each individual person’s potential. Sue coaches and trains all skill levels including PGA and LPGA players. Ms. Wieger has created a mental peak performance program called “Change Your Brain, Change Your Game”® and hosts multi-day mind & body golf retreats internationally.

Phoenix golf coach Kelly Olohan, Legacy Golf Performance Center

Kelly Olohan

A Staff Instructor with LGPC, Kelly has been a PGA Class A member since 2004. An accomplished player, Kelly consistently ranks among the top pros in the PGA Southwest Section and has been a member of the Southwest Section PGA Senior Goldwater Cup team every year since 2013. Kelly retired from the Canadian Air Force in 1996 after 20 years of service.

Phoenix golf coach Kris McGovern, Legacy Golf Performance Center

Kris McGovern

Kris is an Apprentice Instructor with LGPC and a Level 1 Plane Truth Golf Instructor, having been mentored for several years by Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers’ Jim Hardy and Chris O’Connell. He has a simplified approach to teaching golf, with the goal being to improve the student’s impact conditions so that they can play better golf right away.