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Meghan Chapman, Chicago, IL Golf Coach

Meghan Chapman

Golf

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My name is Meghan, and my passion is golf. I played Division I golf. I coach by meeting the player where they are at and help facilitate their skills to achieve their goals. View all coaching experience

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  1. 141 W Diversey Pkwy, 141 West Diversey Parkway, Chicago, IL

Coach is willing to travel up to 50 miles

Packages

Trial Package
In-Person Training for a single athlete

1 session package with Coach Meghan. 60 minute session length

Session Length: 1 hour

$50 1 session + one-time fee

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Light Package
In-Person Training for a single athlete

3 session package with Coach Meghan. 60 minute session length

Session Length: 1 hour

$144 3 sessions ($48/ea) + one-time fee

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Standard Package
In-Person Training for a single athlete

5 session package with Coach Meghan. 60 minute session length

Session Length: 1 hour

$225 5 sessions ($45/ea) + one-time fee

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Elite Package
In-Person Training for a single athlete

10 session package with Coach Meghan. 60 minute session length

Session Length: 1 hour

$430 10 sessions ($43/ea) + one-time fee

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  • Tulane University (LA)

  • 10 years

  • Qualified Private Coach
    Passed Coach Course

  • Adults, Kids, Teenagers

  • Stance, Short Game, Putting, Mechanics, Iron Play, Grip, Driving, Bunker Play, Ball Flight

Credentials

  • Tulane University (LA)

  • 10 years

  • Qualified Private Coach
    Passed Coach Course

Services

  • Adults, Kids, Teenagers

  • Stance, Short Game, Putting, Mechanics, Iron Play, Grip, Driving, Bunker Play, Ball Flight

More About Coach Meghan

I have coached children from as young as 3-years-old to adulthood. I began coaching at the age of 18 when home from college. I started off coaching younger children in summer golf camps that focused mostly on technique such as grip, balance, swing technique, etc. From there, I began working with older children and young adults. I meet the player were they are at, meaning that I coach from the most basic form if required, and work towards more technical aspects and course management as the player progress their skill set. As a coach, I can work with players that have short or long-term goals. Based up the player's goals, I can develop a schedule to maximize growth to obtain their goals.

I competed at the Division I level of collegiate sports. Following my junior career, I obtained a full athletic scholarship to North Carolina State University where I competed for my Freshman and Sophmore year. Following my sophomore year, I transferred to Tulane University to complete my collegiate career. Throughout my collegiate career, I was consistently in the starting line up for all four years of competition. I averaged a 75.90 over the course of my collegiate career.

I structure a session differently based upon the player's ideal goals. For short game improvement, I would focus mainly on technique and repetition. There would be long-distance and short-distance putting drills that would work on speed control, reading the greens, and confidence. Additionally, for short game work, chipping, pitching, and bunker play would be primary areas of focus; technique would be heavily focused on such as stance, ball placement, etc. I could also focus more heavily on the statistics composite, in which how to play smarter will help to improve scoring opportunities and to eliminate the big" numbers that can derail a round. For long-game, this would be heavily focused on the range. I would spend a great deal of time addressing swing techniques and grip. For areas of growth within the swing, I would provide the student with drills to increase muscle memory to aid in swing corrections. Lastly, I could do a playing lesson with the player to identify how the individual views the course and to understand their thought process. From understanding the thought process of the player, I would gain insight into how to help them manage their emotions while playing to their strengths. Conversations would focus mainly on how to mark a course in the yardage book to increase ideal performance.

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