When Will began teaching in 2008, most of his students were asking for him to fix their swing so they could hit the ball farther. But he knew that wasn’t what they really wanted. What they really wanted was to shoot lower scores! As most pros know, the key to scoring well isn’t hitting the long ball. It’s learning the real game of golf with one simple idea: get the ball in the hole in less tries than the other players. Will took a group of players on the golf course, observed each player’s game, developed a specific improvement plan for them, and taught them how to practice. The results were phenomenal! His players drop an average of 11 strokes in 10 weeks.
Jared grew up in Ohio where he learned to play golf at the age of 10. In high school, Jared was first team All-Conference all 4 years, Conference Player of the Year his Junior and Senior year, set the Conference record for lowest round and stroke average, Academic All-Ohio, a member of National Honor Society, and holds 27 individual and team records.
He was inducted into the Westfall High School Hall of Fame in 2017 and is the only golfer to receive this honor. Jared graduated from Ohio State University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Professional Golf Management. Jared joined the WRGolf team in 2012 and has been Head Coach since 2014.
His passion for the game of golf comes across in his coaching of all ages, from 5 years old up to 85 years old, helping each player have more fun while improving in the process.