Patty Eiselstein: Ridgefields

Patty is a Cincinnati native but has spent the past 13 years in Southwest Florida. In 2013 she met her now husband and moved to Kingsport in May of 2014.

Patty played high school golf in Cincinnati. In 2001 she graduated from Franklin College in Franklin, IN where she played NCAA Division III golf. Her team qualified for the NCAA National Championship all four years and she finished 3rd individually her junior year and 5th individually her senior year.

The experience she gained playing college golf led Patty to turn professional in 2004 while competing on the Symetra Tour. She became a Class A, PGA member in 2012.

Her PGA training, years competing at the collegiate level, and the professional level on the Symetra Tour and local PGA have proven priceless experience that has made Patty into the teacher that she is today.

Patty loves to teach golfers of all ages and experience levels. Her passion is teaching golf in a wholistic way. Too often in the golf industry instructors spend all their time on the driving range and the student never really learns to play the game. They wind up confused from too much technical jargon and end up more frustrated than before they took lessons. Patty works hard to keep things simple while approaching all aspects of the game with her students; from full swing to putting, emphasizing the short game and mental aspects of the game.

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