Sierra Star is not an average golf course. We provide a fun environment that welcomes newcomers to the sport through several different learn-to-golf programs. Whether you're a first-timer, or you just want to elevate your game for the next company outing, Sierra Star has you covered.
To book a tee time or to reserve lessons and rentals please call 760.924.GOLF
Sierra Star has several PGA professionals who offer lessons by the hour, available by appointment.
Private Lesson Rate: $45/per half hour
Meet Our instructors!
Instructor - Dave Schacht
Dave has been the course pro at Sierra Star for fifteen years. His skill and personality has made him one of the premier PGA teaching professionals on the West Coast. With techniques focusing on balance, body rotation and swing form, Dave’s teaching methods center on consistency and control.
Instructor - Ian Birrell
Ian was a club champion at the Old Course at St Andrews, Scotland ... yes that one. His passion for golf and energetic personality make learning from Ian an unforgettable experience. Not one to demand a change in your swing, Ian instead strives to improve your innate abilities and a foster a life-long love for the game.
Instructor - Greg Bokenkamp
Greg Bokenkamp hails from the Green Mountain state of Vermont and has been an instructor at Sierra Star for five years. Greg brings a laid back approach to his teaching style, focusing on fundamentals, fun and a healthy attitude towards the game. As a former professional snowboarder, Greg has combined his passion for progression and love of the mountains to become one of Sierra Star’s top instructors.
Get Golf Ready Program
Sierra Star is partnering with the PGA to offer the Get Golf Ready Program
. The Get Golf Ready is designed to teach everything you'll need to play golf in just a few lessons. PGA and LPGA Professionals will show you that there are lots of ways to play by combining fun, friends and fitness. Each session will focus on the various golf skills you will use while playing.
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