Adult Clinics

Coaching men and women of all ages & skill levels.

The Magnolia Green Golf Academy programming offers a variety of adult clinics to tune up your game.

Tee it Up

'Front 9' for beginners | 'Back 9' for advanced beginners

6:1 Student Teacher Ratios | $140

Sundays @ 1pm-2pm

    • March 5, 12, 19, 26 (Front 9)
    • April 16, 23, 30. May 7 (Back 9)
    • June 4, 11, 18, 25 (Front 9)
    • July 16, 23, 30, August 6 (Back 9)
    • September 10, 17, 24, Oct 1 (Front 9)
    • Oct 8, 15, 22, 29 (Back 9)

Mondays @ 6:30pm-7:30pm

    • April 17, 24, May 1, 8 (Front 9)
    • June 5, 12, 19, 26 (Back 9)
    • July 10, 17, 24, 31 (Front 9)
    • August 7, 14, 21, 28 (Back 9)
    • Sept 11, 18, 24, Oct 2 *6pm-7pm (Front 9)
    • Oct 9, 16, 23, 30 *5:30-6:30pm (Back 9)

Tee It Up- Front 9 – ‘beginners’

The “Front 9” is designed for the golfer who is ‘new’ or is ‘returning to’ the game.  Students will learn the fundamentals of the full swing, putting and chipping.  Basic rules, etiquette, pace of play and golf terminology will also be covered.  The final class will take the student from the practice area to the golf course to apply what they learned in a practical manner.  The purpose of the “Front 9” is to teach the new or beginning golfer the fundamentals and basics of golf so they are able to play a round of golf and feel comfortable and less apprehensive about playing golf.

 

Tee It Up- Back 9 – ‘advanced beginners’

The “Back 9” class is designed for the golfer who has taken the “Front 9” level or has had some previous technical instruction.  This class reviews the basic fundamentals, focuses on what and how to practice properly and teaches the student how to better manage their game on the course when in different situations.  Half of the instruction time will be spent on the golf course.  The purpose of the “Back 9” class is to reinforce the fundamentals, teach the student how to practice and improve their on-course game.

  • Four consecutive 60 minute classes
  • Classes will cover the basics of the golf swing, putting, short game techniques, rules and etiquette
  • Golf clubs are not needed; clubs/sets will be recommended
  • Minimum of 2 students; maximum of 6:1 ratio (student:instructor)
Leighann Albaugh is a PGA golf professional who teaches golf lessons to men, women and children in Richmond Virginia

Women's Only Tee It Up

'Front 9' for beginners | 'Back 9' for advanced beginners

6:1 Student Teacher Ratios | $140

Tee It Up- Front 9 – ‘beginners’

The “Front 9” is designed for the golfer who is ‘new’ or is ‘returning to’ the game.  Students will learn the fundamentals of the full swing, putting and chipping.  Basic rules, etiquette, pace of play and golf terminology will also be covered.  The final class will take the student from the practice area to the golf course to apply what they learned in a practical manner.  The purpose of the “Front 9” is to teach the new or beginning golfer the fundamentals and basics of golf so they are able to play a round of golf and feel comfortable and less apprehensive about playing golf.

 

Tee It Up- Back 9 – ‘advanced beginners’

The “Back 9” class is designed for the golfer who has taken the “Front 9” level or has had some previous technical instruction.  This class reviews the basic fundamentals, focuses on what and how to practice properly and teaches the student how to better manage their game on the course when in different situations.  Half of the instruction time will be spent on the golf course.  The purpose of the “Back 9” class is to reinforce the fundamentals, teach the student how to practice and improve their on-course game.

  • Four consecutive 60 minute classes
  • Classes will cover the basics of the golf swing, putting, short game techniques, rules and etiquette
  • Golf clubs are not needed; clubs/sets will be recommended
  • Minimum of 2 students; maximum of 6:1 ratio (student:instructor)

Tuesdays 5:30-6:30

  • March 7, 14, 21, 28 (Front 9)
  • September 5, 12, 19, 26 (Back 9)
  • October 3, 10, 17, 24 (Back 9)

Thursdays 10:00-11:00AM

  • April 13, 20, 27, May 5 (Front 9)
  • May 11, 18, 25, June 1 (Back 9)
  • Sept 7, 14, 21, 28 (Front 9)
  • Oct 5, 12, 19, 26 (Back 9)

Thursdays 6:30pm-7:30pm

  • April 13, 20, 27, May 5 (Front 9)
  • May 11, 18, 25, June 1 (Back 9)
  • June 8, 15, 22, 29 (Front 9)
  • July 13, 20, 27, Aug 4 (Back 9)

Ladies Learn & Play League

6:1 Student Teacher Ratios | $45

Tuesdays 5:30pm-7:30pm | April-August

The Ladies Learn & Play is the first of two levels of our progressive league for women only. An Adult Group New Golfer League, it is a unique combination of instruction and on-course experience. Women who are new or casual players interested in learning the game in a fun, relaxed and social environment are sure to love this weekly league. Sessions begin on the range with a 60 minute skills clinic. Then participants head to the course receiving continued guidance from 2 or 3 holes. 

Please note there is a 24 hour cancellation policy in place for Learn & Play. Payment is due at the time of registration. Full refunds will be issued for cancellations up to 24 hours before the start of class (by 5:30 Monday evening). In the event a class is cancelled due to inclement weather, refunds will be issued

In golf, short game shots including chipping and pitching are best learned on the golf course during golf lessons in Richmond, Virginia with Leighann Albaugh PGA professional

Tee It Up 2; Breaking 100 - Intermediate

6:1 Student Teacher Ratios | $140

The “Breaking 100” class is geared towards golfers who have had previous technical instruction and designed to establish the fundamentals to break 100 and consistently score in the 90’s.  Within the 6 hours of instruction, students will have their golf swing videoed and analyzed, work on their short game and spend time on the golf course to improve course management skills.  The purpose of “Breaking 100” is to give each student the tools they need to consistently shoot in the 90’s.

Wednesdays @ 5:30pm-6:30pm

  • May 17, 24, 31, June7

AimPoint Clinics

Learn how to read any putt on any green during this 2 hour putting and green reading clinic.  AimPoint is for any level golfer, young or old.  Improve your green reading skills, start your ball on line and control the pace and speed of your putts.  Expect to learn a green reading approach that is fast and efficient for short putts, single and multiple breaking putts.  Golfers will develop a process and putting routine for practice sessions as well as everyday play. 

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Play With A Pro

4:1 Student Teacher Ratio | $55

Do you struggle taking your game from the range to the course? Our Play With A Pro program can allow our professional staff to provide insight on how you approach the game on the golf course.

Our time on the course with you allows us to offer tips on course strategy, club and shot selection as well as the mental game. 

Senior Golf Clinic

6:1 Student Teacher Ratios | $140

Our Senior Golf clinic focuses on strengthening the portions of a senior’s game that can have the most immediate and positive effect on scoring: Drivers, hybrids and wedges.  

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FAQ’s

The most convenient way is by clicking clicking any of the ‘Click Here’ buttons adjacent to any of the clinics above. Please feel free to e-mail or phone if you have additional questions. If you phone me and get my voicemail, please leave a short message with your contact information and I will call you back to discuss further details.

It is always a good rule of thumb to arrive 5-10 minutes before each clinic.  This gives you an opportunity to acclimate yourself with the facility and stretch beforehand so we can get started on time.  When you arrive, you will proceed directly to the Golf Academy Building, which is adjacent to the driving range. 

Plan on bringing your clubs (if you have them) and your questions! Our goal is to help you reach yours!  

I would recommend wearing something similar to when you play on the golf course.  If you have never played golf at all, then a good rule of thumb is at minimum non-denim pants or shorts (or skorts for women) and a shirt with a collar that you can move around in.  Men should wear a collared shirt, ladies may wear shirts without collars as long as they are not sleeveless.  If you have golf shoes, you can wear them, otherwise a pair of sneakers is perfect.

Don’t let the fact that you do not have your own set of clubs deter you!  We have many different types of demo clubs you can use (and borrow for practice between lessons).  We can also discuss equipment during your clinic session and we will make recommendations and/or referrals to some of my “preferred” clubfitters in the area based on your goals, swing and budget.