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Bellevue Golf Course promotes learning and skill building in golfers of all ages and abilities based on the philosophy that golf should be enjoyable, challenging and possible for anyone to learn.  Our PGA Professionals, Steve Wozeniak and Steve Yang, along with their wonderful staff of instructors will improve your game in a fun friendly environment.

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Steve Wozeniak

 

Steve Wozeniak - PGA Professional and Director of Instruction.

Steve has taught over 100 Tour players and 300 PGA/LPGA Teaching professionals.  He is the only instructor in the Pacific Northwest that has taught winners on every major Tour.  The PGA, LPGA, Champions and Korn Ferry.  Through his online presence he helps hundreds of players every year from all over the world.  With thousands of golfers reading his analysis on the swing every month he has become one of the handful of professionals that are sought-after worldwide. 

Military, Police, Fire Fighters, EMT’S, Veterans and Nurses along with their immediate family members pay the Junior Rates.  Thank you for your service.

Steve Yang

 

Steve Yang –  PGA Professional and Director of Player Development

Steve has been working in the golf industry since he was 14 years old. He graduated from Arizona State University with a Degress in Business, a PGA of America Professional Golf Management Degree and a PGA license in 2009. Once he obtained his PGA liccense, Steve became a full time instructor in Camas, WA. Steve is new to the Seattle area and moved here with his wife in June of 2017. Steve emphasizes on improving the mental mindset of his student and improving awareness. "I enjoy helping people find their golf swing by understanding what they need to do and how to do it. I believe that there are golfers and players; golfers golf by trying to hit a shot and players know and understand how." Steve is fluent in English and Korean.   

Stella Kim

 

Stella Kim –  LPGA Professional 

Stella Kim has been working in the golf industry since 2007. I graduated from Professional Golf Career College with a degree in Business, Professional Golf Management Degree in 2014 and hold LPGA license. I have been teaching since graduating from college in several regions including California, New York and Korea. I have recently moved to Seattle area from Korea in hopes of establishing a long-lasting teaching career base. I enjoy teaching a lot and sharing my knowledge for the improvement and advancement of the golf game. I focus on solid fundamentals while helping the individual to understand the mechanics of the swing.

Matt Anderson

 

Matt Anderson – PGA Apprentice

Matt Anderson has been a professional at Bellevue GC since 2002. With over 10 years of teaching experience, Matt can help better your game regardless of you skill level. Matt understands that not every golfer is the same, that we all move, learn and feel things differently. It’s this understanding paired with years of acquired golf knowledge that will allow Matt to help you become a better golfer.

Cheryl Mahan

 

Cheryl Mahan - Teaching Professional

Cheryl promotes learning the game of golf through solid fundamentals, building on each individual's natural athletic skills. Because of its perplexity, golf challenges us to set attainable goals. She will show you how to reach your potential with positive and easily repeatable actions rather than tired restrictions like "keep your head down" and "left arm straight." She encourages her students to discover aspects of the game they can successfully replicate while mastering new techniques that can be confidently applied to an improved golf game.

Questions? Please call the Golf Pro Shop at (425) 452-7250.
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*No un-authorized instruction is allowed. 
*Premier Golf offers equal opportunity for all golfers to participate in any of our programs.

 

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