TC’s Elite Golf Performance
Head Coach – Tony Consolino (407-670-9831)
- Turned Pro in 2002
- Over 15 years of Teaching/Coaching Experience
- Over 15,000 Hours of teaching
- Mentored by Gary Gilchrist and Sean Foley
- Experience with PGA and LPGA players
- Experience with College Golfers
- Many Junior’s awarded College Scholarships
- Temple, UConn, Houston Baptist, Wichita State, and many more.
- Coached Players’ to career Rounds as low as 62
- Coached Juniors to Multiple Tournament wins and Top 5’s
Many players in the game of golf struggle with seeking their full potential. With all of the technology and access to information at our finger tips, it’s very interesting that the average USGA Handicap has not changed over the last 15 years. Part of the reason for this, many golfer’s seek out the “quick, band-aid” fix. Or the very famous “Tip of the Month.” The problem with the quick fix, it typically does not hold up long term, and therefore another quick fix upon quick fix is needed. Fundamentals are lost in this process, and typically the player becomes lost as well
My coaching objective is to effectively coach and mentor each player towards their desired stated goals. Everyone is from a different background, with different body types, different abilities, as well as different goals. No one person is exactly the same. My approach is simple and effective, based off fundamentals of the game. Just like in everything else we do, there are fundamental skills, which are needed to be successful. These skills will be addressed and improved for each individual. There are many effects to how a player may hit the ball or play the game, it’s very important to identify the cause of those effects. As a result, there is no “one size fits all”, mentality. The goal of the program is for each player to own and understand who they are as a golfer and play to their potential.
At TC’s Elite Golf Performance, each player with have and effective plan of action. As a coach I am very organized for each person, knowing exactly what the planned path will be. Together we can accomplish your goals, but it takes a team effort. As the coach, I have a role, but each player has their own role, which they must make an action plan to achieve their goals. Even with limited practice, players can improve if there is a plan in place. Effective practice and time management are the keys to success.