Olisar Golf is proud to have Golf Instructor Alan Turney join the instruction team. Alan Turney has been playing golf for almost 3 decades. He started as a recreational golfer at the urging of some friends. Because of limited playing time due to military service, Alan didn’t become a serious golfer until retiring after 26 years in the Air Force.
Alan has always been fascinated with how and why things work and has constantly studied the golf swing to understand not just the mechanics of the swing, but what creates efficient motion. Alan started taking lessons soon after to help learn the golf swing and better understand how to create consistent ball flight.
Alan became a competitive golfer in 2008 when he decided to join the Golf Channel Amateur Tour. He constantly worked on improving his game through practice and instruction resulting in 24 victories, 3 second place finishes in Golf Channel Major events, and a personal best finish of 12th in the Golf Channel Amateur Tour National Championship.
Alan began working on his game with Jeff Olisar at Olisar Golf in February 2015 to take his game to the next level. He worked towards becoming more consistent and was able to lower his tournament scoring average by over 4 strokes. Alan decided to turn professional in late 2015 and has finished 6th place and tied for 1st place in his first two senior professional events.
Whether you are a beginner or avid golfer, Alan Turney is ready to help golfers of all ages and experience levels unlock their game by providing lessons that pair technique with technology to improve their swing and short game.
Alan will teach using the Olisar Method of golf instruction which aims to not only improve your golf scores, but help you understand your golf swing, the cause and effect of your swing on the ball and that every motion and muscle movement in the swing has a purpose. Turney is dedicated to teaching each student the proper fundamentals of golf, including grip, stance, alignment and ball position, in order to allow the body to move naturally and efficiently to create an effective golf swing.