About Jim Estes Golf
PGA Golf Professional in Olney, MD
Jim Estes is a PGA golf professional who combines 25 years of experience competing and coaching at the highest level. In his quest to play the PGA Tour, Jim left no stones unturned. Jim's PGA Tour-proven coaching is the result of working with Bob Rotella, David Cook, Ric Jensen and other experts in the areas of mental performance, 3D biomechanics, Fitness, and Swing. Having never won at the college level, Jim knows the blueprint to unlock your potential. Qualifying for the PGA TOUR , winning a Web.com and being named the the PGA of America's Player of the Year has provided To date, Jim Estes Golf has helped over 50 kids play college golf.
Golf Digest Top Teacher MD
US Kids Certified Instructor
TPI Certified Golf Fitness
Level 2 K-Vest Certified
Co Founder of Salute Military Golf Assoc.
Golf Magazine Innovator Award
Meet Jim Estes
I am a PGA Director of Instruction at Olney Golf Park and owner of Jim Estes Golf Academy. Over the past twenty five years I have helped fifty- five, talented high school golfers realize their dream of playing college golf at the Division 1 level. I can help your players improve their games and reach their goals.
The High School Coaching Program provide a competitive learning environment at the Washington, D.C., area's premier practice facility and learning center, Olney Golf Park. I have access to all of the cutting edge technology to measure and assess skill. Each coaching session will include fun, competitive games like 'Putt for Dough' and 'Last Man Standing' that simulate tournament conditions and help students grow accustomed to handling pressure situations. The JEG Coaching program is a year round junior golf development that is high intensity, golf specific training that is Individual 1 on 1 instructions with organized Supervised Practice Sessions.
If you have players who are serious about getting better, I am the coach for them!
I won on the Web.com Tour and played the PGA Tour without ever winning a college golf tournament.
Jim's Teaching Philosophy
Jim's teaching philosophy encompasses a holistic approach that focuses on improvement of performance by addressing such factors such as a physical assessment, a skills assessment, mental approach, and course management.
Jim believes that a player should swing according to their body type rather than fighting natural tendencies. He identifies the source of an individual's physical power and consistency based on...
Jim Estes in The Washington Post....
Washington Post May 29, 2017 at 2:45 p.m. EDT
Jim Estes came to the Senior PGA Championship last week having last competed on tour in 2000 and, as a full-time instructor at Olney golf park, a little out of practice. The Germantown resident had hit only a bucket of balls on the range before teeing off in the most storied of the five majors on the PGA Tour Champions.
But soon enough the competitive fire began settling in, as did Estes’s swing at Trump National golf club in Sterling. The result was a final-round 2-under-par 70 to finish as the low club professional Sunday.
Estes’s 72-hole total of 2-over 290 led four other club pros who made the cut and also was ahead of such major champions as Jeff Sluman, Ian Woosnam and Corey Pavin.
“Not bad for a broken down old pro who doesn’t practice,” Estes said. “I spend more time working with other people’s games than my own. But it’s just a privilege and an honor to get out here and play well in front of people that I know well — students, wounded veterans, but also some of my high school kids.”