Bad chipping got you down? Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame inductee Kerri Clark has you covered. This one minute video will have you getting up and down like Tiger in his prime.
Contact Kerri at 702-595-6015 for lessons or more information.
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Clark played on the LPGA Tour and knows the game in and out. She has also been teaching in Las Vegas for several decades, these days at Wildhorse and also Eagle Crest Golf Club. She is a partner in Las Vegas Women’s Golf Schools, but teaches all golfers.
More About Kerri:
- Kerri grew up in Las Vegas and was the Nevada State Champion in High School. She then went to Weber State in Utah and had a great four years on the golf team. She is in the Weber State Sports Hall of Fame.
- She went to the LPGA Qualification School and qualified on her first attempt. She went on to do well in the LPGA and also on the Ladies European Tour.
- Kerri Started teaching golf in 1996 with John Jacobs Golf. After leaving Jacobs, she moved to Olympia, Washington, where she was Director of Instruction for Family Golf Centers. There she was in charge of all instruction programs form private, group and camps for all ages.
- In 2001, she moved back to Vegas to run the Nike Learning Center at Wildhorse Golf Club and is currently the Director of Instruction Wildhorse Golf Academy. She is the Founder of our school, Las Vegas Women’s Golf School.
- Kerri is in the 2017 Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame and the 2019 Nevada High School Interscholastic Association Hall of Fame.
The historic Wildhorse Golf Club offers an expansive, all-grass practice facility and friendly golf rates for locals. Visit Clark and/or play the Horse today.