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Top golf pro for juniors keeping busy at Shoreline GL

Original post made on Jun 17, 2008

Roy Day can't recall a bad day of work in the past 21 years. With the satisfaction of helping others learn and using the golf course as his classroom, it's no wonder why Day thoroughly enjoys his work. Day has been the head teaching pro at the Shoreline Golf Links in Mountain View since 2000. For the second straight year, Day has been honored as one of the Top 50 Kids Teachers in the country by U.S Kids Golf.

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Posted by Ashton Treadway
a resident of Mountain View
on Jun 17, 2008 at 10:42 am

Roy Day isn't just an exceptional kid's teacher: he's an exceptional teacher in general. I'm a 36-year-old complete golf novice who picked up clubs for the first time about three weeks ago. I'm taking a four-class series from Roy (Shoreline GL offers an excellent "getting started" golf class that's 4 1-hour classes for $108), and have gone from "which end is the hosel" to consistently hitting solidly with my middle irons in the space of three weeks. I can't recommend Roy highly enough.

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