Meet the Professionals

Zach Mahan, PGA Director of Instruction

Zach Mahan has been teaching golf for 7 years, in that time he has interned and interned under several Golf Digest Top 100 Teaching Professionals. He has the ability to relate to players of all ability levels, from first timers who need to borrow clubs to Men's and Women's NCAA Golfers. After playing golf for Worcester State University, Zach graduated from the Professional Golf Managemt Program at Coastal Carolina University in August of 2017. Zach is TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) Certified, and can help create a golf improvement plan that includes your fitness and medical professionals.

Dan Halverson, PGA Teaching Professional

He has taught for over 15 years and has continued to refine his instruction by attending numerous workshops and teaching and coaching summits.​ He teaches all ages and all skill levels with an emphasis on simple, understandable techniques.​ His goal is to make the game more enjoyable and fun for all by eliminating all the confusing technical information and individualizing his instruction to each students learning style and ability.

Peter Ruymann, Professional Golfer and Instructor

Peter Ruymann has dedicated his life to the game of golf. He has played competitive golf for 15 years, from the junior level through professional level. As Captain of his high school team, he set the league scoring record and was a three time league All-Star. As captain of his college team, he won three times, was the individual conference champion, set the conference championship scoring record, and received All-American honors. At the professional level, Peter has won twice and twice qualified for PGA Tour Monday qualifiers. His personal best score is an 11 under par (61) at the Raven Golf Club in Phoenix, AZ. Peter has been teaching beginner to collegiate skill level golfers for the past four years. His goal with his students is not just to help them play better golf, but grow to love the game

Nick Squillacioti, PGA Apprentice

Nick Squillacioti a PGA Apprentice graduate the Golf Academy of America in 2014. Nick has been teaching golf for 5 years. He started teaching junior golfers from ages 3 to 8 years old with Little Linksters under a Top 50 Master Teacher. He believes in simple and repeatable techniques. Nick has taught players of all abilities from beginners to NCAA D1 players. "The bottom line is playingbetter golf is more fun!"