Chuck Cook

Chuck Cook Golf Academy
Spicewood, TX 78669
Tel: 512-329-4000

Chuck Cook

Introduction

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Chuck Cook GolfLink.com website!

I have been blessed to have studied under the finest teaching professionals in the game and am eager to pass along the information to the rest of the golfing community. I have been fortunate to have trained under several Golf Digest Professionals, including Bob Toski, Jim Flick, Peter Kostis, Davis Love Jr., Paul Runyan and Jack Lumpkin. In addition, I have taught an array of workshops for the PGA of America with the likes of David Leadbetter, Dr. Gary Wiren, Ed Oldfield, Bill Strausbaugh, Kent Cayce and many others. As a teacher, I have had the unique opportunity to employ Dave Pelz, Fred Griffin, Dr. Ralph Mann, Dr. Richard Coop, Al Vermeil (Strength Coach for the Chicago Bulls) and Phil Rogers. I had the good fortune of working with teaching great Harvey Penick during the last 15 years of his life and have studied the book entitled “The Golfing Machine”. I received my GSEB degree and am now a member of that proud fraternity, thanks to the teaching of both Ben Doyle and Mac O’Grady.

It is because of this pedigree that I have had the opportunity to assist my students in winning Four U.S. Opens in the 1990’s. In 1996, I was selected the 1996 PGA of America teacher of the year.

I would like for you to reach your dreams too. I hope that this website leads you to this end.

Good Golfing!

Chuck Cook

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