For your tournament, fund raiser, or simply for your membership, Brad does clinics that last as long as you like….. typically 30 minutes to and hour, but can be tailored to fit your needs.  Brad has a unique blend of practical instruction that will not confuse a player just before a round, trick shots that most cannot do, and motivation that is sure to uplift and spread positive energy to all that attend.  Oh……and at least a few guaranteed laughs.  He can also be a part of the day and help fund raising with a challenge the “one handed guy” for closest to the hole on a par three, challenge for the longest drive against “the one handed guy”, or any other creative idea you may have.

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$500 per clinique+ expenses if travel and clinique require a half day away.

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$1,000 per clinique+ expenses if travel and clinique require a full day away

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Please contact Brad at 919 691 2330 or Puzzle[email protected] with any questions and/or to discuss fees for events that may require more time.

Brad Clayton is a PGA of America Master Professional in Teaching with over 28 years of teaching experience (twenty one of which were full time), a seasoned professional who has dedicated his life to improving his golf skills and those of his students.

Brad teaches golf in his home town of Oxford, North Carolina at his teaching facility, The Golf Zone / PuzzleDuck Golf, in Raleigh North Carolina at Wil-Mar Golf Club, in Durham, North Carolina at Umstead Pines Country Club, and in Beaufort/Hilton Head, South Carolina. He takes the results his students achieve personally, feeling their highs and lows and has a genuine interest in their success.

Brads’ unique approach to improving his students’ golf scores is basic yet elegant. He uses a set of sequential one-hour weekly lessons to teach his students. Students are not overwhelmed with too much information. Practicing the skills is the student’s responsibility. You learn that you get out of the instruction what you put into the practice.

In May of 2000, Brad lost his right hand in an accident. As a result, he has had to once again overcome the frustrations of the game of golf that most people experience regularly. He stresses the importance of patience and the mental side of the game and how a positive outlook can improve not only your golf game but your life.