Rea Schuessler, PGA Director of Instruction
Rea Schuessler is the lead instructor at the Schuessler Golf Academy and is one of the most highly sought-after golf instructors along the Gulf Coast. An award-winning PGA golf instructor, he has more than 25 years of experience.
Schuessler’s teaching philosophy is to help students improve their game relative to their skill and commitment level, all at their own pace. He’ll help you improve your game in a relaxed atmosphere and ensure that you have plenty of fun along the way.
Schuessler’s Awards & Certifications:
New Gulf Shores Golf Academy Programs and Pricing:
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Group instruction costs $45 per student. You must have three participants to receive group pricing. Sessions will be customized to fit segment of game the group wants to work on.
Please visit www.schuesslergolf.com to see all rates and lesson options.
Kiva Dunes offers a full-service practice facility. The facility includes a multi-tiered full-swing area with five target greens, one chipping green with bunkers, and one putting green. Guests not playing golf can purchase individual bags of range balls or a daily pass that permits unlimited use of the practice facility. Individual bags of range balls are $10 per bag
Thanks for the Aim Point lesson Friday. I went out Saturday and for the first time had something better than just wild guessing as to the break and the proper line of the putt, which, as it turned out, I had been under-reading by a substantial margin. I sank a 15 foot birdie putt that had a good foot break, and I only had one three-putt. I made 5 or 6 putts from 10 feet in that I would not have made without the system, except by pure chance.
~Jule R. Herbert Jr.
Since Mar. 13th when I started my series of 8 lessons with you, I have improved from a high 90’s player, losing 6 ball’s a round, to a solid mid to low 80’s player, with a low round of 78, your knowledge of the game and your teaching ability is beyond all my expectations.
Just wanted you to know that after 70 years of trying today I made my first ever hole in one. A 149 yard elevated par 3 with most of the flag blind. Used a 7 iron and in it went. I have to credit your lessons in Feb. re: iron play for that success. I shot 3 under my age for the round ….. Wanted you to know and thank you for the help I got.