A native Texan from Abilene, Troy began his career in golf in the early 90's after studying at Texas Tech University. A PGA certified teacher whose philosophy revolves around FUN and the game's key fundamentals, he has a passion for player development, improvement and enjoyment. Whether you are a beginner golfer who is looking to learn the basics or an aspiring collegiate or professional player, Troy looks forward to improving your quality of play and enjoyment of the game.
Youth Lessons One Hour - $65.00
Adult Lessons One Hour - $95.00
Group and playing lessons available. Email for pricing and availability.
Hal Underwood | Texas Golf Hall of Fame Member
Hal Underwood has been a PGA Professional for more than 38 years. He was a competitive amateur player winning numerous tournaments as an individual and with his golf team from the University of Houston. Hal was the 1963 Texas State Junior Champion, the 1966 Texas State Amateur Champion, the 1867 TransMississipa Champion, the 1967 Eastern Amateur Champion, 1967 and 1968 First-Team NCAA All American, and the 1968 Texas State Amateur Champion.
As a professional, Hal played on the United States PGA Tour from 1969 to 1973. He tied for first in the Jacksonville Open and lost to Gary Player in a sudden death playoff. Hal qualified and made cut in the 1998 United States Senior Open at Olympia Fields and the Senior National PGA at PGA National and was inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame.
Hal enjoys teaching the game and has taught more than 1,000 male and female golfers in 11 different countries. He takes pride in his students' careers and has helped more than 30 of them reach their goals and play on a professional golf tour. In 2005, Hal was nominated as the South Texas Teacher of the Year.
You can take advantage of Hal Underwood's expertise at The Driving Range Round Rock . He is known for his great tales and cool conversations. Hal is available for private and group lessons.
- Price: $100/hour
Fees: $75-45 minutes $100-60 minutes
Jennifer grew up in Austin and attended Anderson High School. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science from Mary Hardin-Baylor, she attended Baylor University and earned a master’s degree in Sports Management. After graduate school she became an assistant golf professional at Mill Creek Inn and Golf Club. Most recently, she has spent the last 17 years coaching at St. Edward’s University as the Director of Golf, Head Women’s Golf Coach.
As a coach, Jennifer was named Division II National Coach of the Year in 2011. She also earned Heartland Conference Coach of the Year eight times and was named NCAA West Region Coach of the Year six times. In addition, as the men's head golf coach in 2004-05; she was named the Heartland Conference Coach of the Year. Inducted into the Heartland Conference Hall of Fame in 2019.
As a player, Jennifer earned four NAIA all-America honors as a player at Mary Hardin-Baylor. She was named four-time most valuable player, was selected senior athlete of the year and was a member of the 2000 NAIA National Championship Team.