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Introductory Learning Sessions will follow a structured plan for learning; beginning with students learning how to learn specific to golf. Sessions will cover basic concepts and techniques in all facets of the game, along with an on-course introduction to the rules of golf, golf etiquette, and the basic procedures of play. Student success in future learning, training and performance sessions will build on the correct fundamentals acquired in introductory learning sessions. Reinforcement of previous sessions will be part of future learning sessions to ensure a permanent learning experience.

"A master of anything was first a master learner."

Michael Hebron, PGA Master Professional

Golf Swing Technique Instruction

Golf Technique Sessions begin with an assessment of the student’s mental concepts, physical technique and performance in all facets of the game. Faulty concepts will be identified and explained in the cause and effect on physical performance and replaced with valid concepts. Students with valid concepts will experience improvement in understandings and performance within the session. Based on students’goals and experience, short and long-term program options will be considered for future physical learning and training.

Golf Course Instruction

Golf Course Sessions will provide an opportunity to create a comprehensive game evaluation. Student acquired skills require a transition of environments from golf range to golf course performance;  learning when and how to use creative skills to meet the endless demands of golf.

Golf Performance Instruction

Golf Performance Training Sessions are on-course. Pre-shot routines will provide the means of transitioning from  technique and skill training to on-course shot execution and performance. Sessions go beyond swing techniques and into mental disciplines that are directly responsible for on-course peak performance. This is the true beginning of learning how to play the game.

Coaching and Development Training

Professional Development Training provides comprehensive coaching and instruction designed for prospective student athletes that have established a long-term commitment to achieving  peak performance in future professional competition.

Danny Crowley Jr.

Danny Crowley, Jr., PGA
PGA Teaching • Coaching Professional

Danny grew up in Houston, Texas. He started playing golf with his father at a very young age. Early on, it was the competition of junior golf that inspired Danny's passion for competitive golf. He played at Houston Baptist University for one year and lost his scholarship. His dreams of playing college golf were over, but he couldn't just walk away from the game without understandings. He needed answers to why his golf swing failed, so In 1976, instead of returning to school he sought out the number one golf teacher in the world, Bob Toski. Mr. Toski was located in Miami, Florida, working with him required a lot of travel, so it was over a period of several years of working intermittently with of Mr. Toski , that he was able to totally revolutionized Danny's understandings of the golf swing. But, more importantly, Danny was captivated by Mr. Toski's passionate approach to teaching and found himself studying Mr. Toski's philosophy in teaching and learning. It was during this time that Danny realized he had a propensity for being able to help golfers improve. Mr. Toski's mentoring left an enduring impression on Danny, His philosophy of teaching had always been inspirational for Danny as a leaner, a player, and especially as an instructor. Danny's years of learning with Mr. Toski proved to be the foundation for Danny's future research and study into teaching and student learning.
Danny spent the next forty-two years in research and study that included working and studying with several teachers and mentors that have all contributed to who Danny is as a teacher today. His studies have included years of extensive studies of the bio-mechanics of the golf swing with teaching professionals Jackson Bradley and Ron Saathof.

Back in 2002, Danny had the privilege of meeting Dr. Jay Hall, a renowned organizational psychologist. Following his work with Mr. Toski, Mr. Bradley, and Mr. Saathof, Danny had the good fortune of meeting Dr. Jay while working as the teaching professional for Augusta Pines Golf Club. Several months of philosophical discussions on teaching and learning in golf lead to a ten year research project, a co-authored a book titled; Golf Think (in press)  as well as, articles in Houston Golf Magazine during the year of 2003 (Learning How To Learn).
Danny's forty-two years of experience as a teaching professional has included several positions at Houston area golf facilities as Club Teaching Professional and several facilities as Director of Instruction.

Danny Crowley, Jr., PGA
PGA Teaching • Coaching Professional

Danny grew up in Houston, Texas. He started playing golf with his father at a very young age. Early on, it was the competition of junior golf that inspired Danny's passion for competitive golf. He played at Houston Baptist University for one year and lost his scholarship. His dreams of playing college golf were over, but he couldn't just walk away from the game without understandings. He needed answers to why his golf swing failed, so In 1976, instead of returning to school he sought out the number one golf teacher in the world, Bob Toski. Mr. Toski was located in Miami, Florida, working with him required a lot of travel, so it was over a period of several years of working intermittently with of Mr. Toski , that he was able to totally revolutionized Danny's understandings of the golf swing. But, more importantly, Danny was captivated by Mr. Toski's passionate approach to teaching and found himself studying Mr. Toski's philosophy in teaching and learning. It was during this time that Danny realized he had a propensity for being able to help golfers improve. Mr. Toski's mentoring left an enduring impression on Danny, His philosophy of teaching had always been inspirational for Danny as a leaner, a player, and especially as an instructor. Danny's years of learning with Mr. Toski proved to be the foundation for Danny's future research and study into teaching and student learning.
Danny spent the next forty-two years in research and study that included working and studying with several teachers and mentors that have all contributed to who Danny is as a teacher today. His studies have included years of extensive studies of the bio-mechanics of the golf swing with teaching professionals Jackson Bradley and Ron Saathof.

Back in 2002, Danny had the privilege of meeting Dr. Jay Hall, a renowned organizational psychologist. Following his work with Mr. Toski, Mr. Bradley, and Mr. Saathof, Danny had the good fortune of meeting Dr. Jay while working as the teaching professional for Augusta Pines Golf Club. Several months of philosophical discussions on teaching and learning in golf lead to a ten year research project, a co-authored a book titled; Golf Think (in press)  as well as, articles in Houston Golf Magazine during the year of 2003 (Learning How To Learn).
Danny's forty-two years of experience as a teaching professional has included several positions at Houston area golf facilities as Club Teaching Professional and several facilities as Director of Instruction.

Danny Crowley, Jr., PGA
PGA Teaching • Coaching Professional

Danny grew up in Houston, Texas. He started playing golf with his father at a very young age. Early on, it was the competition of junior golf that inspired Danny's passion for competitive golf. He played at Houston Baptist University for one year and lost his scholarship. His dreams of playing college golf were over, but he couldn't just walk away from the game without understandings. He needed answers to why his golf swing failed, so In 1976, instead of returning to school he sought out the number one golf teacher in the world, Bob Toski. Mr. Toski was located in Miami, Florida, working with him required a lot of travel, so it was over a period of several years of working intermittently with of Mr. Toski , that he was able to totally revolutionized Danny's understandings of the golf swing. But, more importantly, Danny was captivated by Mr. Toski's passionate approach to teaching and found himself studying Mr. Toski's philosophy in teaching and learning. It was during this time that Danny realized he had a propensity for being able to help golfers improve. Mr. Toski's mentoring left an enduring impression on Danny, His philosophy of teaching had always been inspirational for Danny as a leaner, a player, and especially as an instructor. Danny's years of learning with Mr. Toski proved to be the foundation for Danny's future research and study into teaching and student learning.

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Refunds will not be given for unused purchased golf lessons. Purchased golf lessons can always be rescheduled without any expiration date. Crowley Golf Training will encourage the rescheduling of golf lessons due to threatening weather conditions. Learn more about Lightning Safety from the National Lightning Safety Institute.

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Golf instruction at times requires rescheduling lessons due to difficulties or progress. Sometimes additional time is needed to maximize learning. If rescheduling is needed for any reason, please call 281-435-1325 or text.

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Because I now live in Virginia, and working with the Dodger’s organization, I’ve had only a few opportunities to work with Danny over the past ten years. But, if I lived in Houston, I would be a regular student. Each lesson has had a profound impact on me. In my very first lesson, Danny helped me not only with golf, but also in my career as a Major League Baseball Player. He taught me how to conceptualize my golf swing as a relaxed athlete, just as I’ve always done swinging a baseball bat. He taught me about taking a moment to absorb the results without judgement, and with measurement. I last worked with Danny a few months ago, and he quickly noticed something in my performance. Within a few minutes I added several yards to my driving distance.

Danny has not only a great understanding of the golf swing but more importantly, is able to communicate this to me in an easy to understand manner. I have played golf for over twenty five years and was able make vast improvements almost immediately. His approach of getting back to the inner athlete and building a solid foundation to build the swing around is a trait of all great instructors and coaches in any sport. As a person who has spent considerable time studying movement and swing patterns, I can appreciate Danny’s expertise and his understanding of the swing as the similarities between golf and baseball are very closely related. I have been fortunate to spend time with many great baseball swing instructors in my career and Danny’s method to teaching and getting results is as good as or better than these individuals who teach at the highest levels..

Danny has great athletic insights in the mental and physical workings of the golf swing. As an athlete and a professional golfer, I think his philosophies in athletics and golf performance have helped in changing my perceptions and understandings in what is responsible for achieving a repetitive dynamic golf swing motion that can last a lifetime.

Danny Crowley and I have been friends for many years going back to my years in Houston. Danny has the proper attitude and love of people which will enable him to become one of golf’s premier teachers.

As a teaching colleague, I have greatly appreciated your approach to teaching. First and foremost, you always showed great sensitivity to your students, with an uncanny ability to adapt to different levels of abilities and styles. At times, I would come to you discouraged about my swing and in five minutes you would fix it once again. I expect to be your student and friend for life.Thank you for what you have given to Marsha and me. It’s a priceless gift!

I would like to thank you for being a great golf coach. We played the Alliance Cup Charity Event yesterday at Memorial. I am a Director of WTGA as I try to give back to the game I love. I shot 69. My first ever. And we still have lots of improving to do. Thank you.

I just wanted to say thank you again for the lessons, you truly made my swing so much easier and gave me way more confidence. I hit my first hole in in one at the 115 yard par 3 at Mulligans Course. It felt great! I had a lesson with you at the end of December and then the second just two weekend ago. I had won 2 lessons from my company. Man, what a lucky drawing that was for me.I have already recommended  a few friends to you, and will continue to do so. Your approach to teaching is very refreshing and a big difference from others. I know I don’t have the perfect grip or posture, but you didn’t even mention them and allowed me to just swing without worrying about 50 thing being identical to the pros beforehand.

Danny has a unique ability to explain most complex things about golf in most simple terms. Not only that, he does not teach just general golf-he teaches the golf that is just right for you; what will work or not work for your specific habits and physical abilities. My wife and I took several series of lessons from Danny and I would highly recommend him for anybody interested in golf-from entry level to advanced and experienced golfers.

I truly enjoyed my lesson with you yesterday, and feel that I made great strides towards understanding what was wrong with my mechanics. You are very clear and concise in your instruction, easy to understand, and I had fun while I was learning.

I look forward to my next lesson on the 17th. I also enjoyed our conversation. It is always good to find thinking folks. Thank you again, and take care.

I started playing golf twenty years ago with some ongoing physical limitations that contributed to a flawed swing with many incorrect habits. Danny has helped me to understand how to work with my limitations successfully while identifying and eliminating flawed habits. His ability to communicate understandings of the golf swing that can work for me has helped in lowering my handicap from 20 to 6 in spite of my physical limitations.

I started playing golf and taking lessons from Danny two years ago. He has a keen understanding of the golf swing and is very articulate and patient in his instruction. Danny knows my learning style and has individualized the lessons so that I understand what I am doing. He has taught me how to apply my knowledge so as to play with confidence, and I love the game.

Thanks a bunch for yesterday’s lesson! Not only for sticking with it until you found the solution, but also for encouraging me to stick with it! Your commitment to fixing my swing is very much appreciated, and I’m still smiling about the progress made int eh last 10 minutes of the lesson! When I got to my car last night, I grabbed a 5 iron and 6 more balls … I just had to see if the fix was real … And it was! High-five and kudos to your diagnostic and training skills!