About Mike

Michael Lanzetta
PGA of America Member
Rated #1 of NJ’s Top Instructors

Golfing Background Training and Experience

As long as Mike can remember, he’s been around golf. His father, a life member of the PGA, handed Mike his first club when he was just five years old. He joined the golf team at Hightstown High School where he was the number one player and MVP for all four years. In 1976 he won the Delaware Valley School Championship. In 1977 he won the NJ State Public Links Junior Championship and placed second at the Rutgers Junior Championship.

Mike became a golf professional in 1978, and was elected to PGA membership in ’84. He has been a teaching professional in six New Jersey country clubs including the Head Golf Professional position at the Madison Golf Club, Madison, NJ. Mike uses this valuable experience at his own Mansfield Golf and Learning Center. As the owner/operator he enjoys teaching golfers of every age and level of experience.


Teaching Professional Experience

Madison Golf Club – Madison, NJ
Crestmont Country Club – West Orange, NJ
Maplewood Country Club – Maplewood, NJ
Edgewood Country Club – Riverdale, NJ
Hopewell Valley Golf Club – Hopewell, NJ
Cranbury Golf Club – Cranbury, NJ


Professional Affiliation

Class A Member, Professional Golfer’s Association of America – 23 years
  Golfing Achievements (Awards/Championships)
Has won over 100 championships
New Jersey Section PGA Club Pro Champion, which qualifies him for ’07 PGA National Championship in Oregon, Sun River Resort, Bend, Oregon
Selected for two Dodge Challenge Cup Teams
Two top ten finishes in the Dodge Open
Selected for four Squire Cup Teams
New Jersey PGA Championship – multiple top ten finishes
New Jersey State Open – two third place finishes, one fifth place finish and multiple top ten finishes
Qualified for seven national club pro championships
Winner of NJ Head Professional Championship
Winner of NJ Assistants PGA Match Play Championship
Winner of NJ Assistants PGA Player of the Year
Two time runner up in New Jersey Assistants Championships


Teaching Philosophy
My teaching philosophy is simple. I believe you need a solid foundation of the basics in order to improve your ball striking ability. A goal-oriented structured plan is necessary to improve your knowledge and understanding of the swing.


MethodologyMy methods include communication, listening, visualization, drills, mirrors, video and a hands-on approach.

 

 

 
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