Pat Goss, an alumnus of Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 Teachers in America” and world renowned short game instructor will spend two days sharing his secrets of the short game that has helped Luke Donald and some of the best players in the world. Since 1997, Goss has been Donald’s putting/short game coach. During that time, Luke was the #1 ranked putter on the PGA Tour in 2009, 2010, and 2011and achieved a #1 ranking in the following categories on the PGA Tour: Strokes Gained Putting, Sand Saves, and Scrambling.

Pat has also done short game work with Webb Simpson, Gary Woodland, Trevor Immelman, Nick Watney and Patrick Cantlay on the PGA Tour. Additionally, he has tutored David Lipsky on the European Tour, Min Lee on the LPGA Tour, and multiple players that have competed on the Tour – Sam Chien, Brad Hopfinger, Chris Wilson, and Scott Harrington.

Pat Goss Short Game and Putting Schools are done for the year. Please check back in April 2019 for future dates. 

“I thoroughly enjoyed yesterday’s Short Game School, thanks. Your collective knowledge of the game and your ability to communicate clearly made the three plus hours fly by. From my perspective, the organization and structure of the day was completely on the mark.”