Dale Abraham is a PGA Class "A" teaching professional who has dedicated his life to teaching full-time since 1996. Dale is currently the Director of Instruction at the prestigious Desert Mountain in Scottsdale, Arizona. Dale has worked with golfers of all levels, from PGA Tour players to total beginners. His unique qualifications allow him to quickly and accurately diagnose a player's swing faults, as well as develop programs for long-term improvement. These qualities coupled with his reputation as a patient and personable instructor have made him one of the game's most sought-after instructors.
Dale is also a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Certified Golf Fitness Instructor and a C.H.E.K Certified Golf Biomechanic. He is one of a handful of golf professionals across the country who is certified to not only help golfers with their swings, but also to help correct the underlying cause of the person's swing faults. Whether the swing flaw is caused by poor technique, is physical in nature or you need help with the mental part of the game, Dale can prescribe a corrective program that will help you reach your potential and play your best golf.
2009 Golf Digest "Top Teacher in Your State" - California
2009 National PGA Teacher of the Year Nominee
2008 Southern California PGA Teacher of the Year
As part of Dale's comprehensive approach to training golfers, he includes mental coaching as well as the technical and physical aspects of the game. The above link allows you to take the Mental Golf Workshop Profile based on the D.I.S.C. system. After taking the ten minute test, you will learn about your mental tendencies. Dale works with the profile generated from your answers to help you develop effective ways of dealing with your:
To play your best, you have to be at your best mentally. Taking this profile and learning about your mental strengths and weakness is a must for the serious golfer.
2007 SCPGA Inland Empire Chapter Teacher of the Year
Dale uses sophisticated video and computer analysis to assist his students in the learning process. Viewing your swing from up to four different angles allows you to see what words cannot always express. Dale uses the interactive drawing tools to compare and contrast your swing with PGA, LPGA and Senior Tour Player's to give you the visual help you need to create the correct motion. When you take a lesson your swing will be archived for later comparison so that you can see just how much you've improved. Click on the photo to the left to see a small sample comparison.