As a PGA Professional certified in Teaching and Coaching and with thousands of lessons given to players of all abilities, Joe Nunez blends the fundamentals of golf into easy to understand instruction which has led many of his students to improve upon their best score while lowering their handicap.
Joe’s goal is to educate each player about the cause and effect of their golf swing, so the student will know how to diagnose and correct flaws on their own.
Learning under Top 100 Instructors such as Jimmy Ballard, Charlie King, Andy Hilts and PGA Tour winner David Ogrin has provided Joe with the knowledge and passion to help players improve their game.
Full-swing – Fundamentals of the full swing
Short-game – Short game fundamentals of chipping, pitching and bunker play
Putting – Art of Putting
Club-Fitting – Properly fit golf clubs to enhance ball striking ability
Play with the Pro – Playing lesson to learn the skills needed for course management and scoring
Golf-TECH – Lesson using state of the art launch monitors and motion analysis to fine tune performance
If there was one thing about Rita Mehrens-Schuenemann for you to know, it is that she is passionate in her efforts to help golfers play their best golf.
After teaching golf for a number of years around the country and for many different instructors, schools, and academies, Rita Mehrens Schuenemann, returned home to her roots (Seguin) in San Antonio in 2002. Rita began her golf career in San Marcos, where she was attending Texas State University. Soon after college, Rita moved to Austin, and was hired as the first "female" golf assistant at the beautiful Barton Creek Country Club Resort. It was there, where she met, Legends of the Game, Ben Crenshaw, Kathy Whitworth, Tom Kite, Chuck Cook, and Mr. Harvey Penick. This had a major impact on her playing career so Rita moved to the West Coast, Pacific Palisades, California to play golf on the Player's West tour. Rita later settled in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida to teach for her new mentor and DOI, Mike Adams, at PGA National Golf Academy in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Another "first" in achievements; Rita is an inventor and is the first female golf professional to carry two United States patents for golf training aids. Rita's invention, Star Putter™, the putting tool, has been claimed to have helped PGA, LPGA, Champion's PGA, and D-1 University Champions to win majors and National titles. Star Putter™ is also recognized among PGA Professionals as one of the simplest, most accurate, innovative training aids for putting on the market today. Rita is a resident of San Antonio and lives with husband Mark, daughter, Kathryn, and son Luke. Rita specializes in the art of putting and if you have not had a putting lesson in a while, come see her on the greens of San Pedro.
Lesson rate is $100 per hour or 6 hours for $500
Junior rate is $60 per hour
Supervised practice rate $25 for current students and $35 rate for new students.