Golf Lessons at the Littleton Golf and Tennis Club

Littleton Golf and Tennis Club is proud to offer private, semi-private, and group lessons for players of all abilities and desires in improving their golf game. All our instructors are PGA of America members or apprentices, LPGA of America members, or have had more than five years personal experience in providing golf lessons. 

Our professional’s emphasis is on providing an enjoyable learning experience designed to fit the student’s learning style. We provide lessons for beginning players to the most experienced players. All our instructors provide special rates for junior players. 

A complete list of our instructors and a short bio for each is provided below.

60 minutes: $90
30 minutes: $45
Series of 4: $160
Series of 6: $240

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For additional information or to book a lesson, please call our pro shop at 303.794.5838.

Littleton Golf and Tennis Club Golf Professionals

Bill Hancock, PGA Head Golf Professional

Bill has been the head golf professional at Littleton Golf and Tennis Club since 2008 and has been with South Suburban Parks and Recreation since 2005.

Bill received his PGA membership in 1996 and has previously been the head golf professional at Coto de Caza Golf and Racket Club in California, and Las Campanas Golf Club in New Mexico. He is a 1989 graduate of the University of Denver.

Bill was the 2002 Sun Country section PGA champion and has participated in four PGA Club Pro Championships.He also participated in the PGA national assistant’s championship and was runner-up in the 1998 New Mexico Open to Notah Begay III (Golf Professional on the PGA Tour).

Peter Yoadjarust, PGA Apprentice 1st Assistant Golf Professional

Peter has been an instructor at Littleton Golf and Tennis Club for over 12 years. He is a native Coloradan and is a graduate of the University of Colorado Denver. He also has a Master’s degree in Marketing from Florida Tech.

Peter enjoys teaching golfers of all ages and skill levels. Peter’s main instructional goal for his students is to have fun and to ultimately love the game of golf.

Audie Dean, Assistant Golf Professional

Audie uses an integrative, holistic approach that has developed over years of experience. This approach incorporates the use of a patented computer program called “Interactive Metronome” in which he can determine your base rhythm and develop it to exceed that of the average PGA Tour player’s base rhythm in 90% of his students. He can reach results in student improvement far beyond the typical golf coach.

Audie’s previous teaching experiences include: Denver Country Club, Front Range Community College (Colorado), Overland Park Golf Course (Denver, Colorado), Palm Springs International Golf Academy (Shenzhen China), Raspberry Golf Academy (a Golf Channel Golf School in Phoenix, Arizona), Richmond Country Club (Richmond, California).

Audie has played golf professionally in five countries, most notably the 2008 U.S. Senior Open at the Broadmoor Golf Club (Colorado Springs, Colorado).

Praise for Audie comes from Tom Lehman, PGA Tour player and 2008 Ryder Cup Captain who says: I have known Audie Dean for over 25 years. Audie is capable of teaching the beginning golfer to the PGA Tour player”

Greg Arkin, Assistant Golf Professional

Greg Arkin is a Golf Professional at Littleton Golf and Tennis Club.Greg turned professional in 1996 while working at Glenmoor Country Club (Cherry Hills Village, Colorado) and has been an instructor with South Suburban since 2003.

A native of Colorado, Greg is a graduate of Cherry Creek High School and Colorado State University.Greg has experience teaching golfers of all ages and abilities, with several students having gone on to play golf at the collegiate level.When he is not working, you will most likely find him at the golf course working on his own game.Greg has won tournaments at the junior, amateur, and professional levels and has seven career holes in one.