Blackhawk Country Club
TEACHING PHILOSOPHY - Jordan Lintz Golf
I look at each student as a new, unique golfer. Every lesson is different and centered around their goals, skill level, and body ability. Each student gets tested for how their body moves, its limitations and strengths. I frequently test them and see where they are struggling before any improvement recommendations are made.
My goal for every lesson is to make sure I address their concerns and give them a clear framework for improvement on their own, which I call their “JLGolf Circuit of Improvement”. I video the before motion and any after improvement drills or setup/grip changes and teach them how to practice them in their JLGolf Circuit. All of those are sent in a 2-4minute overview video sent to their email account after every lesson. To help students improve and lower scores, I teach short game, full swing, tournament prep, mental game, course management and how to practice effectively with their JLGolf Circuit. I utilize my playing experience and knowledge acquired through experience and hours of learning by attaining certifications and continued education every year.
My strengths as an instructor are my knowledge of the golf swing, good intuition, competitive knowledge and playing experience that I effectively communicate with extreme patience, understanding and strong communication skills. I utilize that comfort zone I build with each person to make sure full comprehension of the JLGolf Circuit is there without getting overly mechanical. I love having the ability to see a complex swing problem and break it down into the most simplistic form, for ultimate lesson satisfaction and game improvement.
LPGA Class A Teaching Professional since 2012
LPGA Tour Player 2005 (Full Status)
K-Vest Level 1 Certified
Titleist Performance Institute Level 2 Junior Certified
US Kids Golf Certified
Flightscope Level 1 Certified
US Kids Top 50 Honorable Mention 2015
Northeast Teacher of the Year 2023
Jordan is originally from Rapid City, South Dakota and a University of Wyoming graduate in 2001. Jordan played on the Futures Tour for 3 years before qualifying for the LPGA Tour in 2005. When retiring from full time competition in 2008, Jordan started teaching golf at the Stratton Mountain Golf School in the summers and National Golf School in the winter months in Tampa, Florida.
In 2009, Jordan moved to CT to be the Assistant Director of Instruction at Great River Golf Club in Milford, CT. After 6 successful seasons there, Jordan moved on and opened up Jordan Lintz Golf, LLC golf school at Blackhawk Country Club (formerly Oronqoue CC) in Stratford, CT.
Currently, Jordan is enjoying her 7th year building her business, JLGolf at Blackhawk CC. She continues to passionately teach golf as well as further her education and learn as much as she can in order to help her students play to the best of their ability and enjoy playing the game. She has played & competed at the top level in the world, most recently competing in the 2020 KPMG Women's PGA Championship and this year joining the LPGA Legends Tour and playing in her first LPGA Senior Women's Championship! Jordan knows what it takes to improve & be competitive. Her favorite aspect of golf to teach is around the green and 80 yards and in. She feels if you work towards having a solid and creative short game, you can learn to shoot low scores no matter how far you hit the ball!
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