The Golf School at Anaheim HIlls offers private lessons with video analysis, classes for students with all abilities including beginners-only and juniors. Brandon and his staff also conduct corporate clinics, tournament video swing analysis, and a one-day golf school that includes range instruction and 18 holes of golf with the instructor.
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The Golf Professionals
Our handpicked and certified Golf Instructors are dedicateed to improving your overall game so you can enjoy golf like never before.
Cameron Carr, PGAI began playing golf when I was eight years old. My interest at the time was strictly to play a few times a year and spend time with my Dad. It wasn’t until the age of twenty-two that I made a commitment to myself to take it to the next level. I started my career in the golf industry in 2002 as a cart attendant at Tustin Ranch Golf Club. I was fortunate enough to get promoted to Assistant Golf Professional the following year and began my journey. From there, I took a position in Atlanta Georgia where I studied underneath Golf Magazines Top 100 teacher, Mike Perpich. It was there that I was able to fine tune my instruction skills, and develop a reliable teaching philosophy. In 2006 I came back to Tustin Ranch as the 1st Assistant, then full-time instructor/clubfitter, and finally as the Head Golf Professional. In January 2012 I accepted the position as General Manager for Anaheim Hills and Dad Miller Golf Courses. My instruction is based on “what the student wants”. Every golfer has a different goal to reach. Some students want to break 80 for the first time, while others just want to have more fun. Each student has a different way of learning and it’s my job to discover it. By doing that I’m able to mold each lesson to accomplish their goals. I have experience teaching a variety of students from 3-year olds to professional golfers. I specialize in short-game and course management, two of golf’s most important skills. I enjoy interacting with people and sharing my knowledge of the game. Cameron M. Carr, PGA General Manager
2016 SCPGA Metro Chapter Golf Professional of the Year
Member - Professional Golfers Association of America
Member - California Golf Course Owners Association
Member - Anaheim/Orange County Hotel and Lodging Association
Brandon Lesher, PGA
Golf has been a major part of my life for the past 10 years. Whether it was during my time as a playing professional or working as a club professional I’ve been fortunate enough to be around the great game of golf on a daily basis and have just as much love and passion for the game today as I did when I was first introduced to it several years ago.
I enjoy using that passion to share the experience and knowledge I’ve obtained over the years with others, especially junior golfers and newcomers to the game and believe that while the basic fundamentals are crucial and necessary for all level of players to get the most out of their abilities, everyone is unique in what they are looking to get out of their investment in the game and that should be considered whenever you start considering game improvement areas such as instruction, club fitting or new equipment.
My teaching philosophy can be summed up in two words: Fun & Simple! As my teaching methods and experience are constantly growing and evolving, my philosophy has remained the same and that is what makes it so successful. Not only is it true in teaching juniors but all ages and abilities. Once golf stops being fun any student will lose interest. All I try to do is make the experience fun and give the student a good foundation from which to work.
Regardless of their current skill level, I’m dedicated to improving all of my students overall game by providing a learning environment and approach that is fun, technical and simple so each student is able to enjoy the game of golf like never before.Brandon Lesher, PGA
I've been working at Anaheim Hills Golf Course, in some capacity, since 2005. I started in the catering department, then moved into the golf shop, and since 2012 as an Assistant Golf Professional. I got a late start playing the game...but with a little help and guidance from two of the resident golf pro's here I was able to dramatically improve my skills. I got the itch to play!
I've always loved being around the game of golf. So I decided to make a career out of it. Teaching golf is the backbone of the PGA and the industry. My enthusiasm to grow the game is what drives me to be the best at what I do. I'm a people person and it shows in my lessons. Helping players reach their goals is my main focus.
My teaching philosophy is Fun and Fundamentals. I like to think of myself as a teammate as well as a coach. Every player's swing is different. Working together as a team is important when finding what works for each individual student, while keeping in mind the framework of the fundamentals.
Many great past players have laid the foundation for a truly fundamental golf swing. It is my pleasure to share these thoughts and skills with any person learning the game for the first time or an avid golfer trying to tighten up their skills. Either way, I'm able to make the game more enjoyable!Chris Catanzaro
I began playing golf at a young age starting off with a plastic Playskool set. As I got older golf became a father-son hobby which began my love for the game. My drive for pursuing the golf industry, as a career, came to me back in my hometown of Savannah Georgia while working at my home course The Landings Club. One of the Assistant Golf Professionals at the club suggested I look into becoming a PGA Professional. That simple comment was the push forward I needed at that time in my life.
Over the next 4 ½ years I worked tirelessly through cold winters and hot summers developing a game to be proud of. Along the way I acquired the necessary skills, while working as a cart attendant as well as in the golf shop, to take the next step into my career as a Golf Professional. It was here where I realized what it means to be a team player, working with a staff that felt more like a family. Eventually my skills and passion led me out to Southern California where I currently reside.
My teaching philosophy stems from the several amazing golf instructors I've been exposed to. First you must meet the needs and goals of the student and to get there you must "build from the basics". I believe that the majority of players swing flaws can be cured from the basic essential properties of the golf swing. Proper grip, posture, alignment and path will lead to more consistent results. My thinking behind these principles is, if you teach the basics you will build a foundation. Once you have the foundation the sky is the limit.Eric Mitchell, PGA 1st Assitant Golf Professional
|Time||Junior||Adult||Junior Series of 4||Adult Series of 4||Semi-Private|
|Cameron Carr, PGA
Brandon Lesher, PGA
Head Golf Professional
|Chris Catazaro,Assistant Golf Professional||45 Min||$50||$60||$160||$220||$35/Person|
Assistant Golf Professional