The R II M Teaching Philosophy

 

"We will provide my students with knowledge in the field of kinesiology and teach them how it applies to the golf swing.  Through this knowledge, each student will be able to develop to their own unique golf swing based on proper body rotations and human movement.  As they are able to move their body more functionally, they will soon find that they are achieving better results, while expending less energy.  This is extremely important to the enjoyment and long term success of all golfers.
We strive to create a learning environment that is serious while still being fun.  Our intent is to educate our students, help them become better players, and help them achieve their goals. All the while it is extremely important that we both enjoy the process of getting there."

 

Robert Myers, PGA
Owner and Instructor

Education
-Bachelors degree in Kinesiology from St. Mary's University (TX) (2005)

-PGA Member (2010)

-NESTA Certified Sport Yoga Instructor (2013)

-U.S. Kids Golf Certified (2013)

Playing Experience

-Competed 4 years at the collegiate level

-Competed on various professional mini-tours full time for 2 years (2005-2007)

-Play regularly in local professional tournaments and PGA section events

Extras

-Written instructional articles for "Destination San Antonio" magazine

-Worked with players of all ages and skill levels from beginners to professionals

 

 

Heather Wedige
Instructor

Education

-U.S. Kids Golf Certified (2013) 

-NESTA Certified Sport Yoga Instructor (2013)

-Bachelors degree in Kinesiology from St. Mary's University (TX) (2015)

-RYT 200 Hour (2016)

Playing Experience

-Competed 3 years at the collegiate level

Extras

-Teaches the R II M Junior golf team as well PGAJL "Angry Birdies" golf team

-Experience working with a wide variety of ages and skill levels from beginners to low handicappers