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Instruction

TriGolf and its teaching professionals are noted for their superb instruction led by Dave Hinton and Rick Hengstenberg, PGA. Each bring their own style of communication and expertise to learning how to play better golf. From the accomplished player to the beginner that’s looking for golf instruction, both teachers have years of experience and the training to make clients understand their individual swing and apply proper golf techniques.

 

About our Teaching Professionals

David Hinton

  • NCAA Division I Men’s Head Golf Coach, 2012-2020
  • Certified Titleist Performance Institute Golf Professional, 2014
  • Certified United States Golf Teachers Federation, 2007
  • Certified First Tee Life Skills Coach, 2007

Rick Hengstenberg

  • Class “A” PGA Member
  • First Tee Recognized Coach, PGA H.O.P.E. Golf Instructor, Special Olympics Golf Coach, ELS for Autism Golf Coach
  • First Tee Coach – 6 years
  • Club Professional at Martin County Golf Club (Stuart, FL) – 22 years

What We Offer

Private Lessons

Pricing 

Call the TriGolf Pro Shop at (919) 838-7200 to schedule your appointment. Lessons are available by appointment only.  Payment will be accepted at the beginning of an individual lesson or series and does NOT include the cost of range balls. Range balls are to be purchased inside the pro shop prior to each lesson. 

Adult Individual Rates (18 and Over)

  • Half Hour – $50.00
  • 1 Hour – $80.00
  • Four Lessons – 30 Minute Lessons – $175.00
  • Four Lessons – 1 Hour Lessons – $275.00

Adult Group Rates (1 Hour)

  • 2-3 People – $50.00
  • 4-7 People – $45.00
  • 8-10 People – $40.00
  • Four  Lessons for 2-3 People – $160.00
  • Four  Lessons for 4-7 People – $135.00
  • Four  Lessons for 8-10 People  – $120.00

*Price shown is for one player

Junior Individual Rates

  • Four Lessons – 30 Minute Lessons – $145.00
  • Four Lessons – 1 Hour Lessons – $195.00

*First Tee – Triangle Participants receive a 10% discount on the existing junior rates

First Tee Kids Programming

First Tee – Triangle exists to enable kids to build strength of character that empowers them through a lifetime of new challenges. By seamlessly integrating the game of golf with life skills curriculum, we create learning experiences that build inner strength, self-confidence, and resilience that kids carry to everything they do. To us, the most important part of our mission is to serve kids of all ages and backgrounds through the game of golf.

We offer programming for kids age 5 up to 18, and operate out of five different golf facilities across the Triangle (TriGolf, Knights Play, River Ridge, Hillandale, Falls Village).

For more information on our kids programming, or to register your child, click here.

PGA HOPE Raleigh

PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) is the flagship military program of PGA REACH, the charitable foundation of the PGA of America. PGA HOPE introduces golf to Veterans with disabilities to enhance their physical, mental, social, and emotional well-being.

The program introduces the game of golf through a developmental 6-8 week curriculum, taught by PGA Professionals trained in adaptive golf and military cultural competency. All programs are funded by PGA REACH and supplemented by PGA Section Foundations, so the cost of programming is free to all Veterans.

Click Here to learn more about PGA HOPE!

*For questions, volunteer information, or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Matt Furlough at Matt@FirstTeeTriangle.org*

Special Olympics Wake County

TriGolf is excited to partner with Special Olympics Wake County as the home golf facility for Special Olympics athletes!

The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.

Special Olympics aims to combine high quality sports with a wide audience and be a driving force for social inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities.

To learn more, or for ways to become involved with Special Olympics Wake County, click here!

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