School Intro


Jim McLean Golf School - Trump National Doral

Since the school's inception in 1991, we have firmly established ourselves as the #1 Golf School in America. Our top position in the golf school industry has been recognized by US News and World Report, CNN and Travel & Leisure Magazine. Our position has been achieved by nothing less than a relentless pursuit of excellence. From the world class Golf professionals the School has hired and trained over the years, to the state of the art teaching facility Jim has created, all this added to the ever increasing base of satisfied customers, our passion and dedication is to offer the finest golf school experience.

Our Mission is to be first class in every respect, to make our students aware that we care, and to see that they have success in learning about golf

Jim McLean, the 1994 PGA Teacher of the year, is acknowledged by pros and amateurs alike as one of the top teachers in the world. Jim has built his reputation by helping golfers of all skill levels improve their technique, strategy, and lower their scores. He has helped golf's best players build consistent, repeatable swings; confidentmental attitudes; imaginative reliable short games; and a better understanding of how to manage their games oncethey step off the practice range and onto the course. Students of Jim McLean include: Tom Kite, Peter Jacobsen,Brad Faxon, Ed Sneed, Nancy Scranton, Christie Kerr and many more PGA, LPGA and Senior Tour Players.

Jim's commitment to excellence is no better demonstrated than by the world class staff he has personallyselected and trained at the Jim McLean Golf Schools. In addition to Jim, his Instructors, Master Instructors andLead Master Instructors - all of whom are accomplished players - deliver clear, consistent, easy to understand, andpersonalized instruction, all year round. Their main objective is for every student to improve and get better.

"Jim has proven, that with knowledge and versatility, he and his staff can help students with a range of handicaps, from pros to beginners"
- Tom Kite 1992 US Open Champion