SAN PEDRO ACADEMY
Senior Lessons Program
- Brackenridge Park - Cart Path only 1,3,7,9, and 11
- Cedar Creek-Range closed for updates, working on tee box irrigation.
- Northern Hills-All Good
- Mission del Lago-Tree Planting/Drainage work, no affect on play
- Olmos Basin-Hole #2 is now open
- Riverside-All Good
- San Pedro Par 3-All Good
- Willow Springs-All Good
Senior Men's Program
The San Pedro Academy Private Instruction is a comprehensive training program for Players committed to serious improvement. The Program offers multiple Private Session Packages. The Program extends well past the practice tee in providing guidance and counseling from an experienced team of golf, sports psychology, and fitness professionals, along a group of world class consultants.
Annual Coaching Plan
David Ogrin is the Director of Instruction for the Alamo City Golf Trail and the San Pedro Golf Academy. He played on the PGA Tour from 1983 to 2000and on the Champion’s Tour 2008 and 2009. David also has competed on the European, Asian, Canadian, and South American Tour with three wins on the PGA Tour and two wins on the South American Tour. His biggest win coming at San Antonio’s own Valero Texas Open in 1996 where he beat Jay Hass by one shot and Tiger Woods by two shots. David often says in jest, “I beat Tiger Woods so badly he has never come back”.
Besides being and accomplished player on tour David comes to the Alamo City Golf Trail after two years as the Director of Instruction at Topgolf San Antonio where he created and ran the instructional elements of Topgolf San Antonio. Previously to that he coached one year of college golf at Texas Lutheran University as assistant to HC Tran. Before that David was the Director of Instruction at Three Crowns Golf Club in Casper, Wyoming where he created a seasonal golf program from scratch. David has also served as Director of Instruction at Rivercity Range in New Braunfels, and as General Manager at Maverick Golf Club in Floresville, Texas and Packsaddle Golf Club in Kingsland Texas.
David is a graduate of the Vision54 Golf Coach of the Future program, a Certified Fluid Motion Factor Instructor, and Certified Putting Zone Instructor. David is certified to run Operation36 the leading developmental program in America. David is also a Life Member / Past Champion of the PGA Tour, and Life Member of the PGA of America.
After his playing career David has set out to become a leader in golf development from the beginner stage all the way through professional golf. He uses many great programs such as SNAG, Deane Beman’s 6/90, Real Golf by Joe Bosco, DECADE by Scott Fawcett, and igrowgolf. His passion is in the development of the whole golfer and uses the materials of Vision54, Operation36, and Chuck Hogan. Playing lessons are the foundation of great learning and that is where David’s heart is.
David is also instrumental in bringing Michael Wray into the instructional program. In preparing for the US Open and Senior Open qualifying David hired Wray to prepare him and as a result believes in what Michael Wray does as an instructor. With Michael Wray, David believe they have as many aspects of instruction, teaching, and coaching covered as is practical.
David Ogrin graduated from Texas A&M University in 1980 with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. He is married to Sharon Edwards Ogrin and they have four children and two grandchildren. David and wife family live in New Braunfels, Texas and attend New Braunfels weekly and Wurstfest annually.
Other miscellaneous facts to know and tell:
Along with golf course architect Tim Nugent David designed High Meadow Ranch Golf Club in Magnolia, TX. It is a really good golf course and has hosted many local events.
Along with David Goff a regional vice president of OB Sports Ogrin developed High Meadow Ranch and was General Partner.
David served one year as Executive Director of the Central Texas Junior Golf Association where he ran a number of good junior golf events.
In 2006 David served as part of Captain Tom Lehman’s team as an assistant vice-captain for the Ryder Cup. His title was Match Escort and along with Corey Pavin, Loren Roberts, and Duffy Waldorf they served that team which was lead by Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
Locally David has won the San Antonio Open twice (played at Cedar Creek)and also served as assistant captain on the Rudy’s I-35 Cup.
In Illinois David won the Illinois Open, Illinois Amateur, Illinois Amateur Match Play, and the Chicago District Amateur in the summer of 1980. That same summer he lost in the finals of the Western Amateur to Hal Sutton.
As a Texas Aggie David won 3 individual collegiate titles and was named Honorable Mention All American as a freshman, and Third Team All American three times.
Favorite Band: Chicago
International: Costa Verde in Lima, Peru
Nationally: Jackson- Fillmore in San Francisco
Locally: Josephine Street in San Antonio
LinkedIn: David Ogrin
Don’t ask: I am a Diet Coke addict and am trying to kick it
Finally, David’s life is complete as the Chicago Cubs won the World Series in 2016. A life-long Cubs fan, and the son of a life-long Cubs fan the generation victory still sends celebratory chills in every bone in his body.
Michael Wray is the Director of Technology at the Alamo City Golf Trail and based out of the San Pedro Golf Academy. Michael speaks nationally, conducts seminars, consults with PGA & LPGA Top 100 instructors, and works with current touring professionals, college teams and competitive junior players. Michael is formerly the Director of Instruction at the Austin Golf Institute, Instructor for the Golf Channel Academy, Director of Education in North America for Smart2Move, an international golf assessment equipment company, former Division I college player and Founder of Biometric Sports AG, a testing and assessment company. Michael is a Titleist Performance Institute Level 2 Junior Coach, BioSwing Dynamics Certified Level 1 Instructor, Swing Catalyst Certified Level 2 Instructor, Wright Balance Certified Instructor, Edel Golf Certified Fitter and approved PXG Fitter. Michael focuses on making players better, faster, longer. To make players better faster and increase longevity, Michael specializes in short game instruction, player development and developed Biometric Fitting. Biometric Fitting fits the swing to the body & the club to the swing. A player whose swing fits their body, and whose club fits their swing can expect to get more out of their swing with less effort and less chance of injury - the concept of "More with Less". More distance, more accuracy, more repeatability and ideally more longevity. Many players possess natural swings with athleticism and coordination, but aren't reaching their full potential because of setup positions and equipment that don't fit their natural swing. Biometric Fitting uses a 21-Point Assessment to determine a player's ideal setup, a 6-point Assessment to determine a player's swing type, and a 13-point Assessment to determine a player's ideal equipment specifications. From these assessments, the swing is fit to the body and the club to the swing. Michael graduated from the University of Texas in 1993 with a degree in Business, is happily married to San Antonio native Krista Walker Wray and have 5 children ages 2 to 14. To contact Michael, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call him directly at (512) 897-5024.