Eddie Kilthau has been in the golf industry as a player and teacher for over 35 years. He played his college golf at Arizona State and has been a professional since 1982.

In 1983, Eddie qualified for and played in the United States Open Championship at Oakmont Country Club.

In doing so, Eddie became the shortest male professional golfer to ever play in the US Open…a great achievement.

After missing his PGA Tour card by 2 shots in 1986, he turned his attention towards teaching. After attending numerous teaching and coaching seminars and having studied the best instructors in the game, he quickly realized that no two people are alike and there is no one right way to play or only one way to teach golf.

His philosophy is rooted in the fundamentals of the game. In order to improve, everyone needs a solid understanding of the fundamentals. Teaching golf is about applying the fundamentals to each golfers make up and personality.

If he doesn’t need to change anything, he won’t. He explains everything thoroughly, uses video when needed and gives you easy drills to help you improve faster. Eddie is a master at getting results quickly.

He also has 6 holes in one!

Eddie specializes in teaching women, beginners and the short game.
His personality is infectious and his passion for teaching makes golf FUN!


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