Sign up for hourly one-on-one lessons to improve your swing with your favorite pro golfer, Chris Couch. Services available for those who are high school age or above.
There’s nothing like stepping onto a golf course and learning from a pro. These hourly lessons include a 9 to18 hole rounds, complete with guidance from Chris Couch.
Are you eligible for a discount on your lesson? All those who are age 55 and older, veterans, present service persons, policemen or firemen qualify, and can receive your lessons at a lower cost.
Give your children a chance to begin their golf career at an early age. Any golfer under the high school age is eligible for junior private lessons.
Florida native Chris Couch exhibited golf acumen at an early age by qualifying for the Honda Classic at only 16 years of age. He played golf for Coconut Creek High School and was the No.1-ranked junior golfer in the country, the following year. After aggressive recruitment from more than 100 schools, he chose a school that was not too distant from his Fort Lauderdale home. He chose the University of Florida and accepted a full scholarship playing for Coach Buddy Alexander’s team. He competed with the Florida Gators Men’s Golf Team from 1992 to 1995. During that time, the Gator Golf Team won 3 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Championships and Couch received honors as the SEC Freshman of the Year (’92), Second-Team All-SEC Selection (’93 and ’94), and All-American Honors (’93 and ’95).
In 1995, Couch became a pro golfer. He went on to win the PGA Tour Zurich Classic in 2006, as well as five Web.com Tour victories. In the Zurich Classic victory, Couch chipped on the last hole to win and shot 269–claiming the tournament by a single point.
Due to his physical challenges, struggling to overcome wrist, shoulder and back injuries, he has a medical extension that has allowed him to retain his PGA TOUR status. Couch has turned his focus to coaching and provides lessons at the West Orange Country Club. He is helping students at all levels of the game.
“My philosophy of the game, and in my teachings, is to take each individual student to their highest level by providing sound, but simple, mechanics in their golf swing and short game, as well as mental strength and course management. Along with this, I provide drills and practice routines that make any player improve his or her game.
I have been successful at the top level of the game, so I understand the mental capacity and swing that will hold up when the nerves and pressures kick in. My goal is to always give 100% and help each individual achieve their goals and dreams.”
I wholeheartedly recommend Chris as an instructor and coach for junior golfers who want to reach the next level of success. There are many people who know the mechanics of a good golf swing. Chris is one of the few who actually knows how to teach it.
Chris Couch stays motivated by the people he loves and the faith he embraces. His wife, his children, and his spiritual beliefs have kept him grounded throughout his career. Chris is married to Julia Bell Couch, who he describes as “my inspiration and love of my life.” He has one daughter, Cora Couch age 7, who he refers to as “my little angel.” His sons, Christian and Cayden are age 16 and 12, respectively.
Chris contributes his successes to his unwavering faith. His golfing strategies include thinking of his wife, daughter and Jesus Christ to keep his spirits and energies high touring a tournament.