Meet the Pros
Mike Wolf – Head Pro
Michael Wolf, Certified Master Teaching Professional, has been playing golf for 39 years and teaching professionally for over 25 years. He has given over 20,000 golf lessons.
He has taught in many different settings: country clubs, public golf courses, practice facilities, and resort settings. During that time he enjoyed many different types of people and golfers and feels qualified to recommend the method he feels is right for each person.
Having given thousands of lessons, Mike knows it is a real study in human nature while helping a person gain success with their golf game. Especially in a resort setting, where you might have people from all over the world in a class, or some who don’t even speak English, you must be able to communicate to the satisfaction of each student. If, as a teacher, you only have one way of saying something, you will be severely limited in your successes.
From the beginning, Mike has attempted to develop a rapport with his students by clearly stating their goals, telling them how to lay down a program of improvement, and by teaching them why it is important to pursue their method a certain way. They are then much more receptive to change and hunger to improve.
To schedule a lesson with Mike, call 812-575-7157.
Scott Culley – Director of Golf and Instruction
Scott Culley has been teaching professionally for over 14 years. Scott was born and raised in Evansville, Indiana. He started playing golf at the age of 5 and was a member of the Evansville Junior Golf Association. Scott later went on to play golf at St. Petersburgh College in Florida.
Scott’s experience in the golf industry goes beyond giving lessons. He has worked in golf sales for 14 years and also caddied at Victoria National for 7 years.
Scott is the director of golf operations at Tee Time. He currently gives individaul lessons, group lessons, clinics and runs all the junior and adult camps. Scott is also the head golf professional/coach for The First Tee Program of Evansville. He is a certified club fitter with Titleist, Ping, Callaway, and Cleveland. He is a certified Golf Tech with Mitchell Golf and also with Zelority Pure Launch, Launch Monitor and Veltron Launch Monitor.
To schedule a lesson with Scott, call Tee Time at 812-473-2010.
David Erdy – Assistant Pro
David Erdy has over 15 years of tournament golf experience which included 6 years of professional golf competing in tournaments on the PGA Tour, Web. Com Tour, PGA Latino Tour, and various mini-Tours. He qualified for the 2009 US Open at Bethpage Black during his college career where he competed at Indiana University. He holds the 5th lowest scoring average in IU school history. During his college and professional careers, he worked closely with teaching professional Mike Wolf.
David grew up learning golf at Tee Time. As a young boy you would likely have found him somewhere on the facility honing his own game. He hopes to pass on his love and knowledge for the game in the place that feels most like home. He believes in the philosophy that all things stem from the basic fundamentals and from there he will help his students develop their own method.
Beyond teaching, David is interested in developing relationships with his students and helping them through their own golfing journey. He aspires to see his players meet their highest potential through shooting lower scores and enjoying this great game to its fullest. He’s a complete student of the game and believes in understanding through collaboration.
To schedule a lesson with David, go to www.daviderdygolf.com.
Gabe Rohleder – Assistant Pro
My name is Gabriel Rohleder and I am absolutely obsessed with golf. I discovered my love for the game near the end of high school and competed collegiately at Hanover College and the University of Evansville. My competition days are far from over (just getting started, really) but I have amassed a wealth of knowledge about the game that I love to share.
Since my love affair with golf began, I have dedicated more than a fair share of my waking hours and a decent chunk of my sleeping ones to studying the game, the swing, and the art of producing lower scores. Through trial and error, successes, failures, and a bunch of lessons with the best, I have learned a lot about what NOT to do and a TON about what to do. Making my own mistakes ultimately pointed me in the direction of; a valuable asset I enjoy passing on.
To schedule a lesson or fitting with Gabe, go to deliberatetraining.org and click on the Golf link.