Meet the Professionals
Devin Bibeau - Director of Instruction
Devin brings to Stow Acres a lifelong passion for the game of golf. He has been teaching the game since he completed playing Division 1 collegiate golf at Temple University where he captained the Owls for three seasons. While a sophomore at Temple he captured the 2010 Massachusetts Public Links Championship by a record 6 shots. The following year as defending champion, Devin shot a final round 66 to just miss defending the championship. During his senior campaign at Temple, he finished fifth overall at the Atlantic 10 Championships in Florida.
Over the past 8 years, Devin has worked as an Assistant Professional and also a Head Golf Professional at two Massachusetts golf courses. During his tenure at these clubs he has taught golfers of all abilities. He enjoys working with all levels of amateur golfers and has taught professional mini-tour players as well as Junior Golfers that have gone on to receive D1 & D2 golf scholarships.
Devin takes pride in helping all of his students reach their full golfing potential. By teaching them to fully understand the fundamentals of the golf swing and how to take their swing to the course through preparation, his students are equipped to lower their scores and gain better enjoyment from their game.
Dan Halverson - PGA Teaching Professional
Dan has taught golf for over 15-years and continues to refine his instruction by attending numerous workshops and teaching & coaching summits. He teaches golfers of all ages and skill levels with an emphasis on simple and understandable techniques. Dan's goal is to make the game of golf more enjoyable and fun by eliminating all the confusing technical information and individualizing his instruction to each students learning style and ability.
Ian Logan - PGA Teaching Professional
Ian is extremely passionate about playing, teaching and growing the game of golf. He has been in the golf industry for 21 years, taking his first job at a club at 14 years old in Savannah,GA.
After to moving to New Hampshire Ian became a four year varsity starter and captain of the golf team at Pinkerton Academy. Ian received scholarship offers to play division 1 golf, but chose to attend Northern Essex Community College to be close to home and take care of his family.
Ian took his first assistant pro job at 20, and discovered his true love for teaching.
Ian now has 15 years of teaching experience. He teaches golfers of every skill level, focusing on simple and understandable techniques. His goal is to make golf more enjoyable by making it easier to understand the golf swing and easier to process the information given in each lesson.