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It’s hard to find golf lessons in Boston

As a PGA Professional who has worked at both private and public golf courses in the Boston area, I have heard it is hard to find golf lessons in Boston. There are many private golf clubs within close proximity to the city and there are very few driving ranges open to the public in the Boston area. Since most golf lessons take place on a driving range, finding the right professional and location make Boston a difficult place to find golf lessons.

At my facility, Brookline Golf Course, we have a full time staff of Professionals that cater to different levels of golf swings and our lessons/professional experience cater to beginners as well as single digit handicappers looking to take their game to the next level. Below highlights the bios of our staff who may be able to help you with golf lessons in Boston. Please do not hesitate to reach out to any of our staff as we would be happy to answer any questions for you about our lessons. You can contact us at (617) 730-2078


Tom Ellis, PGA –Specializing in Short Game Instruction, Game Improvement & Beginner Golf Lessons

Tom started his professional career with the PGA TOUR's TPC Network in 2000. He spent 10 years working as an Assistant Professional at various TPC golf properties throughout the country and most recently served as the Head Professional at TPC Boston. Following the TPC Network, Tom spent three years as a PGA Professional at one of the most recognized private-equity clubs in New England, Salem Country Club. In 2012, Tom was selected to manage the golf and club operations at Brookline Golf Course. Tom has over 15 years of experience teaching players of all skill levels and enjoys promoting the game with the goal in mind for all students to improve while enjoying the learning process. Tom's specialty is teaching the short-game to players of all skill levels.