Las Vegas Golf School at Revere Golf Club

Las Vegas Golf School at Revere Golf ClubGo to Golf School is excited to offer golf school at the Revere Golf Club in Henderson, NV. Golf course architects Casper & Nash created a visually stunning and incredibly enjoyable golf course in southern Nevada. With strategically placed hazards and wide landing areas, the golf courses are flexible and are appreciated by golf players of all levels. The newest development, the Concord Course, has a 7,034 yard par-72 layout with Bermuda fairways and large greens. Add to that the striking views of desert canyons, mountain foothills, and the unending Las Vegas skyline.

If it is golf lessons you want, then Golf School at Revere is the place to be. We offer quality golf instructions using time-tested strategies that have been proven to be effective. Our instructors are professionals with years of experience as a golf player and as a golf instructor. Countless golf students of all ages have improved their game with Go to Golf School’s one-on-one and one-on-two golf lessons. Lessons are personalized to address your specific needs and weaknesses. In addition to perfecting your swing motion, our pro instructors can teach you about the mental, emotional, and managerial aspects of the game to make you a success.

Please contact us about Las Vegas Golf School at Revere Golf Club for group or corporate events. Our staff is ready to help you with scheduling, accommodations, and further information: (702) 630-7857.

About Eric Fitzsimmons

As an instructor, Eric Fitzsimmons prefers to find out first what a player’s expectations are first and then put those expectations on the most direct path to achieving a student’s goals.  He does this using time-tested fundamentals used by the greatest golfers to play the game and by previous experiences working on fixing the biggest issues first.  People often get bogged down by too much information, often the wrong information, and his goal is to simplify this process while creating more understanding about the game of golf as well as how it applies to each individual.  Everyone learns differently, and no two swings are the same, but there are some commonalities among all of the best swings.  Focusing on these issues allows each person to more fully express themselves in the game of golf, which often results in more enjoyable rounds, a path for continued improvement, and better scores.

Although Eric played a bit of recreational golf at times, how to play “good” golf was something learned later in life.  Eric grew up Connecticut playing baseball, soccer, and basketball competitively until baseball won his heart.  It became his obsession, and he continued into college at a small school in Virginia receiving degrees in both Sports Management and Computer Science.  A software job ended up bringing him to Las Vegas in 2006, and since baseball had run its course, he decided to play something else, which is where golf came in the picture.  He was very grateful that golf came at this point in life, because after some “failed” lessons, he met PGA Tour Winner Bob Byman and was able to make sense of this game, and opened him up to a better way to learn.  His handicap dropped rapidly from 20 to scratch in one year because of a greater understanding of how to practice to get better in his own way.  Through this process, as well as exploratory periods on his golf game development, playing with other high-level professionals, and through constantly reading/watching golf information, Eric was able to come up with a system to work with people conveying what really matters.  To this day, Eric feels that he is always getting a better understanding of his own game, as well as how the principals apply to all those that he connects with.