Teaching Career

Teaching Career Profile of Drew Kayser:

  • PGA Master Professional of Instruction – Achieved through the Professional Golfers’ Association of America Specialty Certification in Teaching in 2005 (Drew is one of 3 PGA Master Professionals of Instruction in New England, and one of only 37 out of 28,000 to successfully complete the PGA Specialty Certification in Instruction)
  • PGA of America Professional Golf Management Faculty Member – The PGA PGM program provides world-class training for aspiring golf professionals through skill-based education programs in Game, People, and Business seminars (Drew is one of 32 PGA Professionals selected nationally to the PGA of America’s PGM Faculty)
  • Schooled in Leadbetter Methodology – Trained by Adam Schriber, former Lead Instructor with David Leadbetter and Director of Western United States Operations for the David Leadbetter Golf Academies / United States Liason for the Academies (for over a decade); Adam currently instructs PGA Tour Professionals Anthony Kim and Todd Hamilton, and LPGA Tour Professionals Morgan Pressel and Candie Kung
  • Trained in the golf-specific conditioning of Mark Verstegen, creator of Athletes’ Performance, and Paul Chek, director of the C.H.E.K. Institute
  • Trained in the mental conditioning and coaching philosophies of sports psychologist, Jeff Troesch, former Director of Mental Training for David Leadbetter Golf Academies and the Bolletieri Tennis Academy
  • Influenced by Jack Nicklaus & Jim Flick while employed at Muirfield Village Golf Club
  • Instructional assistant to Mike Hebron’s School for Learning Golf at Palm Beach Polo and Country Club in Wellington, Florida (Mike Hebron is the 1991 National PGA Teacher of the Year)
  • Instructional assistant to Jimmy Ballard’s Golf Academy at Palm Beach Polo and Country Club
  • Class A PGA Member – Elected to Membership in the Professional Golfers’ Association of America in 1998
  • Graduate, Providence College, Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science, with Business Studies Minor