Golf Lessons

The Wigwam Performance Center and the Warren Schutte Players Academy offer a variety of game improvement options for golfers of all skill levels. From individual golf lessons, golf schools and club fitting to 3-hole or 9-hole playing lessons, the path to a better golf game starts at The Wigwam.

Take the first step to improving your golf game, call 480-428-0059 to schedule your lesson.

Lesson Rates:

  • Individual Golf Lessons

  • Adults

    30 Minute Lesson

    $70

  • Adults

    1 Hour Lesson

    $125 (each additional player $25)

  • Juniors

    30 Minute Lesson

    $65

  • Juniors

    1 Hour Lesson

    $100 (each additional player $25)

  • Full Day Private Coaching

    Full Day Golf School (8 hours includes lunch and green fees)

    $1250 (each additional player $200)

  • Playing Lessons

  • 3 Holes

    Playing Lesson on Course and Includes Greens Fees

    $150 (each additional player $50)

  • 9 Holes

    Playing Lesson on Course and Includes Greens Fees

    $255 (each additional player $75)

  • Club Fitting and Analysis ($50 credit to any club purchased)

  • Up to 1 Hour

    Driver, Iron or Putter Fitting

    $150

  • Up to 2 Hours

    Full Bag Fitting

    $250

  • Golf Schools and Group Classes **Golf Schools and Group Classes Based on Minimum of 3 Participants**

  • Full Day Golf School

    8 hours Includes Lunch and Green Fees

    $475/pp

  • Half Day Golf School

    4 hours Instruction

    $250/pp

  • Specialty Clinic

    90 mins – Putting, Bunker Shots, Wedge Play, Launch Monitor

    $150/pp

  • Customized Golf Programs

    Skills Challenge – Big Break, Wine and 9, Skins

    TBD

For additional packages and pricing information, please review the brochures below:

Meet Our Golf Instructors

About Warren Schutte

Warren was born in South Africa and lived there until moving to the U.S. to attend college in 1989. After attending UNLV on a golf scholarship, he turned professional and played on golf tours all over the world. In 1997, he married his wife, Joan. The couple called Las Vegas home until moving to Phoenix in 2002. In 2000, Warren became a member of the PGA TOUR with privileges on the Buy.Com Tour. He maintained his professional playing status until 2014, when he shifted his focus to helping others excel at playing golf.

Playing Accomplishments:

  • Junior World Champion (1986)
  • Attended UNLV 1989 -1993 and became the first foreign born player to win NCAA Individual Championships (107 year history)
  • Only player in NCAA history to win last 4 events of the year including: Conference Title, Regional Title and National Title.
  • 3-Time All-American
  • Won 8 Division I tournaments
  • First NCAA Champion in UNLV history
  • First Hall of Fame Golfer at UNLV
  • Won USGA Public Links Championship (92) (First Foreign born player)
  • Played in the Masters (93)
  • Played in 3 U.S Opens
  • Member of the PGA TOUR (2000 – 2014)

Coaching Accomplishments:

  • Won 250 plus tournaments nationally
  • Won at Division I and II level
  • Excelled at the professional level
  • Coached multiple JGAA Player’s of the Year
  • Multiple participants in Junior World Championships
  • Teams won PGA Junior League Phoenix Champions
  • 2010 Team won PING Junior Interclub
  • Numerous students have received scholarships
  • Player qualified for Women’s US Open
  • Multiple AJGA tournament victories

Warren’s Thoughts:

I am different from others instructors because I’ve had many victories and many failures as a player and can relate to any and all experiences that other players will face. I have felt the emotions of walking down the 18th fairway at Pebble Beach in the U.S. Open and I’ve climbed the hill with Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus at Augusta in the Masters. All of the lessons and experiences I gained from playing tournaments all over the world for the past 30 years will help my students better understand and conquer the same lessons. I have worked with many great instructors over my years in competitive golf. When teaching moved to the forefront of my golf career, I came to the conclusion that golf is not a one method approach, every person is built and wired differently so their swings should match their assets. After many hours of work and discussions with good a friend, Tyler Kirkendoll, (who I think understands the golf swing as much as any instructor in the world) I have now created my own blueprint for successful golf. Good fundamentals, balance, speed, correct assessment, short game, wedge play, course management and of course a love for the game and its tremendous challenges. My family and I are very happy to be part of The Wigwam community. I look forward to helping everyone become a better player of the greatest challenge and game – GOLF.

About Matt Currey

Matt Currey is a PGA professional with more than 10 years of teaching experience. Matt began his golf career in Texas and has studied Hank Haney, Rick Smith and David Leadbetter. Since 2006, he has been under the tutelage of renowned instructor, Jim Hardy. Matt is proud to call Jim his mentor.

Matt moved to Arizona in 2011 to assume the Director of Instruction position at The Wigwam. He has taught players of all ages and experience levels. He currently works with PGA Canada player, Matt Smith, as well All American Tour player Matt Miller. In addition, he coaches the Verrado High School girls’ golf team and the Estrella Mountain Community College men’s golf team.