Scott RobbinsOwner/Director of Instruction
Scott Robbins is a teaching professional that has been recognized by his peers multiple times for his dedication to teaching, coaching, and growing the game of golf. Scott is a member of the Quarter Century Club of the PGA of America for over 25 years of service to his clients and the PGA. Scott believes you must be competent and comfortable to have fun playing golf. Break the game into shots under and over 100 yards. Become competent and confident to keep the ball in play and hit consistent approach shots from over 100 yards and build a world class short game from under 100 yards and watch the strokes melt away from your scores. A Fluid Motion Factor certified coach, Scott’s ability to get results quickly and having you access your best attributes are key to making your association with Scott an unparalleled experience.
Our Youth Academy, Eagles Performance Academy, is a skill based, progressive program taking youth players from the start of their career to whatever level they desire - high school, college and/or professional. Our Olympic based coaching model is unique in developing competent, high-performance players throughout their careers.
. Awards: GRAA Growth of the Game Professional Elite Member Status GRAA Top 50 Growth of the Game Professional 2006-2016 Golf Digest Top in State Instructor NTPGA Metro Chapter Professional of the Year 2017 NTPGA Junior Player Development Award 2014 NTPGA Player Development Award 2012 NTPGA Teacher of the Year 2000
Experience the difference. Get comfortable. Get competent. Improve your game. Have fun.
Scott Robbins Thank you and all the coaches for what y’all do. Both boys sure do adore you guys and always look forward to going to golf.
Hae-Won Shin Sultemeier
Helping players achieve their goals.
Get comfortable for business golf
Avoid embarrassment on the first tee
Learn the basics
Having More Fun
Have more fun on the course
Connect with golfers of similar age
Connect with golfers of similar skill
Improving Your Game
Improve your Short Game
Make the high school golf team
Earn a college golf scholarship
Prepare for Tournament Golf
Add 10 yards
Playing with disabilities