Scott B. Moser (named after Byron Nelson) has been the primary golf instructor at Coral Isle for twenty (20) seasons. Scott's forty (40) plus years as a Golf Professional at Naples' Imperial Golf Club (12 years). Teaching Professional at Oakwood Club, Cleveland, Ohio (18 years) and Golf Director of Paradise Golf Schools (1994-2002) has given him a perspective on teaching all levels and kinds of golfers.
Scott states that golf instruction has to establish certain key elements; grip, posture, address, swing plane, etcetera, for success. But what sets his "style of teaching" apart from other instructors is his ability to breakdown a student's learning style and alter his presentation of those key elements. By using information received during a brief pre-lesson conversation, Scott will then use certain gestures, phrases, questions and student feedback to teach them in their learning style.
Why come to Coral Isle Golf Center? Well, for one thing, we are the only free-standing driving range in Collier County. We are number one!
Introducing Additional Instructor for Busy 2023 Season
Coral Isle is experiencing one of its busiest seasons in recent memory. With the practice tee filled daily and weekly clinics and specialty classes at capacity, Coral Isle has enlisted the services of George Puchinsky to help take us through the season. Between Scott Moser, our long-time teaching professional, and George’s assistance, we will be able to fill our golfers’ every need.
George Puchinsky is a Class A PGA professional and has been teaching golf for over 20 years. George specializes in teaching the effects of Dynamic Ball Compression, D.B.C. Once you learn how to put pressure on the golf ball you can improve your game immediately. George currently teaches using V1 video analysis and has a proven track record of teaching low handicappers to the novice player. George states: “I believe every player has a swing unique to their body type. I customize each swing based on the players individual physical abilities and talents. I will evaluate your short game and your full swing and I will customize a practice plan for your game improvement.” George and his wife, Suzanne currently reside in Naples, Florida with their two dogs Coca and Bailey.