Zach Heusser

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  • Zach HeusserZach Heusser Marshals  5195WRX Points: 166Handicap: proPosts: 5,195 Marshals
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    valkare wrote:


    Just in case anyone is on the fence, I'd highly recommend Zach if you're looking for instruction in the Bay Area. After struggling with some inconsistency in my irons and an annoying fade, I decided to get an hour lesson with Zach. After hitting some balls for 5 minutes with my "normal," self-taught swing, Zach showed my what I was doing wrong, gave me 3 things to correct (2 address related and 1 backswing related), and another 5-10 minutes later I was hitting consistent draws. And while my swing felt completely foreign, the shots were consistent and easy to replicate. I plan on visting Zach again for some more minor adjustments after I've ingrained this new swing.



    Arguably the best money I've ever spent on my golf game. Thanks again Zach.


    Glad I could help, thanks
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    Teaching out of Crystal Springs Golf Course<br /><br />Golf Digest Best Teachers In California 2005-2018<br /><br />Golf Digest Best Young Teachers In America 2007-2012<br /><br />Head Men's Golf Coach Notre Dame de Namur University <br /><br />My WITB<br /><br /><br /><br />http://www.golfwrx.c...-man-cave-pics/<br />
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  • GxhwhGxhwh Members  865WRX Points: 85Posts: 865 Golden Tee
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    Ok. Zack. Welcome. Is there any new Mod's gift to us? How about some short game tips? Thanks.
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  • Chief CowpieChief Cowpie Members  614WRX Points: 0Handicap: 7Posts: 614
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    Welcome Zach!
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  • CloranCloran Members  1047WRX Points: 60Posts: 1,047 Platinum Tees
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    What the **** just happened?! Lol.
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  • GolfbeatGolfbeat Swing Lessee Members  1867WRX Points: 224Posts: 1,867 Platinum Tees
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    Hi Zach, wassup?
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  • BiomateurBiomateur l'inferno siamo noi Banned  534WRX Points: 0Posts: 534
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    ??? Who are you, OP ? A typical pro...or...?
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  • ForeRLForeRL Members  845WRX Points: 57Posts: 845 Golden Tee
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    After about 4 years from the game of golf, I saw Zach for a lesson and now I'm hitting the ball great again.

    Thank you Zach.



    I highly suggest Zach if you are in the Bay Area.
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  • rteach1rteach1 Members  439WRX Points: 1Posts: 439 Greens
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    Zach,



    I sent you a PM regarding a lesson I have booked for tomorrow. Thanks.



    Rteach1
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  • rcurley55rcurley55 Members  147WRX Points: 64Posts: 147 Fairways
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    Pretty excited - just booked my lesson with Zach for 3/12!
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  • jpbouffardjpbouffard BigLex Members  41WRX Points: 0Handicap: 7.6Posts: 41
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    I once met a very nice guy who was an assistant to Karsten Solheim in Phoenix, named Dean Heusser. Any relation?
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  • Terry GoldTerry Gold Members  518WRX Points: 77Posts: 518 Golden Tee
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    Excellent instructor. No bs, knows his shiznit, no one-size fits all, no ego, and directs the lesson towards your swing, never relies upon some universal philosophy. Will converse and respect a student's input, but balance it with necessary discipline and focus. Subjective and my experience with instructors is limited but ZH provides the best student-instructor dynamic I've encountered.

    A fun guy to shoot the bull with as well, but won't use it to sap instruction minutes.
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  • MysteryVMysteryV Members  546WRX Points: 151Posts: 546 Golden Tee
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    I'd second this whole heartedly. Only issue at all is that he's so good that he's in demand and I need to plan in advance to get a time booked.



    Great guy to fix your swing or have a beer with. A+
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    This thing on?
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  • CloranCloran Members  1047WRX Points: 60Posts: 1,047 Platinum Tees
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    I always wondered why this thread is pinned... anyone have a theory?
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  • pappaf2pappaf2 Members  3500WRX Points: 166Posts: 3,500 Titanium Tees
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    Cloran wrote:


    I always wondered why this thread is pinned... anyone have a theory?


    I believe he is buddies with the WRX creators. He is a good instructor. It would be cool if he interacted with the instruction forum.
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  • Zach HeusserZach Heusser Marshals  5195WRX Points: 166Handicap: proPosts: 5,195 Marshals
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    Terry Gold wrote:


    Excellent instructor. No bs, knows his shiznit, no one-size fits all, no ego, and directs the lesson towards your swing, never relies upon some universal philosophy. Will converse and respect a student's input, but balance it with necessary discipline and focus. Subjective and my experience with instructors is limited but ZH provides the best student-instructor dynamic I've encountered.

    A fun guy to shoot the bull with as well, but won't use it to sap instruction minutes.


    Thanks for the kind words guys! I plan to be more active in this forum again
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    Teaching out of Crystal Springs Golf Course<br /><br />Golf Digest Best Teachers In California 2005-2018<br /><br />Golf Digest Best Young Teachers In America 2007-2012<br /><br />Head Men's Golf Coach Notre Dame de Namur University <br /><br />My WITB<br /><br /><br /><br />http://www.golfwrx.c...-man-cave-pics/<br />
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  • tinman143tinman143 Members  332WRX Points: 70Posts: 332 Greens
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    Lesson 1

    Zach: what’s your handicap?



    Tin: well I don’t officially have one but shoot anywhere from 92 to 88.



    Hits a few 7 irons.



    Zach: man your short game must f$&
    On -, @ing suck!




    Tin: YES!! Lol
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  • tinman143tinman143 Members  332WRX Points: 70Posts: 332 Greens
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    Terry Gold wrote:


    Excellent instructor. No bs, knows his shiznit, no one-size fits all, no ego, and directs the lesson towards your swing, never relies upon some universal philosophy. Will converse and respect a student's input, but balance it with necessary discipline and focus. Subjective and my experience with instructors is limited but ZH provides the best student-instructor dynamic I've encountered.

    A fun guy to shoot the bull with as well, but won't use it to sap instruction minutes.




    I echo this exactly.
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    I would like to introduce myself to the board. Many of you guys may know me from another site KascoPro. My name is Zach Heusser. I am a golf instructor at Crystal Springs club which is about 20 miles south of San Francsico on 280.

    I have been Teaching in the Bay area for the past 7 years. Prior to that I was at the Jim Mclean Golf School at PGA West for 3 seasons.

    At PGA West I was able to train under Jim Mclean, and several other of the top 100 teachers in the US. I was also able to watch and work with several PGA and LPGA tour players. I was recently nominated for Golf Digest's top teachers in CA.

    I was asked to be a mod for this sites Instruction forum, and I was happy to agree to do it.

    I look forward to helping anyone in anyway that I can.

    http://www.golfdiges...rstop20_under40

    http://www.golfdiges...te_teachers.pdf

    Zach




    Oh are you in for a treat!
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  • SPY ZINGERSPY ZINGER Members  3322WRX Points: 86Posts: 3,322 Titanium Tees
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    Zach! I didn’t know you were KascoPro!?!



    ...13 years later...
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  • after9after9 Members  25WRX Points: 45Handicap: 14Posts: 25 Bunkers
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    Just adding my two cents here - I've seen Zach three times, am on a cadence where I'll go every 4-6 months or so. Gives me some clear guidance and something to go practice for a while. I work on that then come back when it's time to work on something new. Each time I leave I feel like I've had an ah-hah moment. Awesome instructor and great dude. Don't hesitate if you are in the Bay Area and thinking about lessons.
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  • taestytaesty Members  2WRX Points: 34Posts: 2 Starters
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    Hi Zach, I sent you a PM about lessons. I saw you're listed on Crystal Springs page but no way to book a lesson on there.

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  • JAMH03JAMH03 Members  979WRX Points: 440Posts: 979 Golden Tee
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    Zach do you know Todd Smith?

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  • after9after9 Members  25WRX Points: 45Handicap: 14Posts: 25 Bunkers
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    On -, @taesty said:

    Hi Zach, I sent you a PM about lessons. I saw you're listed on Crystal Springs page but no way to book a lesson on there.

    Not sure if he's gotten back to you, but you book through here: https://www.smarterlessons.com/business/securebookit.php# - little confusing but just click on California and then Burlingame.

    I just left a Friday morning session with Zach and it was AWESOME. Being at work is hard. He's a super smart great dude.

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    On -, @after9 said:

    I just left a Friday morning session with Zach and it was AWESOME. Being at work is hard. He's a super smart great dude.

    I just saw this, thank you so much. I had given up on trying to reach him so will try this.

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