Bo Baker is the owner and founder of Bo Baker Golf Academy, in Spokane, Washington. He has a passion for watching players improve their games and unlock their potential on the golf course. Bo believes in coaching players individually within group environments. Group environments provide community, realistic pressures, and a ton of fun!
Step 1: It all starts with a phone call. Bo enjoys getting to know his players and asking them questions about their game, goals, and availability. During the call, Bo will set up an initial game assessment session with you (keep reading).
Step 2: Players trying to break 100, 90, or 80 will begin with a 9-Hole Game Assessment. Bo will check your fundamentals and test your ability to score and give you a report of the strengths and weaknesses of your game. For players trying to break par, you will go through an 18-hole game assessment and Bo will be monitoring your skills, course management, and mental game.
Step 3: After your initial assessment, Bo will then sit down with you and discuss your goals and what he sees as achievable and realistic for you to enjoy the game more. He will develop an improvement plan and timeline. At this point, you will decide if you’re ready to commit to your improvement!
Step 4: Sign up, get onboarded, and gain access to Bo’s schedule to book playing and practice sessions.
BO’S PLAYING ACHIEVEMENTS
Among his many golfing accolades is the 2020 Inland Empire Youth Player Development Award, the 2019 Inland Empire PGA Teacher of the Year award, the 2015 Inland Empire PGA Assistants Championship, He was a top qualifier in the 2021 PGA National Championship, where he finished T-1 in the Pacific Northwest PGA Section Championship. He holds a degree in business administration from Lubbock Christian University. When he isn’t working with students, you can usually find him exploring the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, or pursuing his second passion: home remodeling and real estate development.
Get comfortable for business golf
Learn the basics
Avoid embarrassment on the first tee
Connect with golfers of similar age
Connect with golfers of similar skill
Have more fun on the course
Improve your Short Game
Make the high school golf team
Earn a college golf scholarship
Add 10 yards
Prepare for Tournament Golf
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