Lexi Clary, LPGA Teaching Professional

Lexi is an LPGA Certified Teaching Professional originally from Dallas, Texas.  She has certifications from the Titleist Performance Institute, IncreMental Golf, and the American Development Model all focused on excellence in instruction.  Lexi is a graduate of Avila university where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications while competing as a collegiate golfer for four years.

Lexi works with students of all ages and skill levels.  She believes anyone can improve regardless of where they are in their golf journey.  Lexi is passionate about growing the game of golf and making an impact with each student in relation to each individual’s abilities and experience.

Lexi doesn’t believe there is one way to swing a golf club.  For each student, she builds a specific set of drill progressions tailored to the individual’s needs and capabilities.  Lexi focuses on essential components such as using body mechanics and motor learning skills to develop basic fundamentals and enhanced overall golf skills.  Call the pro shop (913) 829-4657 or (573) 873-6457 to book individual or group instruction with Lexi today!  Fees: $100/hr, $75/45 min

  1. Rob Wilkin

    Head PGA Professional & Manager of Golf Operations
    Phone: 913-829-4653, ext. 33

    About Rob
    Rob teaches individual lessons, group lessons, and instructs the Junior Golf Camps each summer at Heritage Park. He has held the Head PGA Professional position at Heritage Park Golf Course since 1998. Turning professional in 1984 he became a Class A member of the PGA in 1987. Rob has been named Player of the Year for the Midwest Section of the Professional Golfers Association 17 times and has been President of the section's PGA Board of Directors. Rob will compete in his 10th major Professional Championships this May, at the 2018Senior PGA Championship.

  1. Wayne Montgomery

    Wayne Montgomery

    PGA Teaching Professional
    Phone: 913-829-4653, ext. 33

    About Wayne

    Wayne is one of the most respected and best known PGA Professionals in the Midwest. Wayne has been a PGA Professional and has taught the game of golf at the District's courses since 1970. He is a former PGA Midwest Section Teacher of the Year and is one of Golf Magazine's Top 400 Teachers in North America. Wayne holds a Master's Degree from the University of Kansas in exercise physiology and kinesiology.