Golf Instructor and Short Game Guru For Stan's rates and availability, please contact him by email at or visit Stan online at
  • Stan joined the PGA Tour in 1989
  • One PGA Tour victory - 1989 Chattanooga Classic
  • Three victories on the Nationwide Tour
  • Two-time All American at University of Missouri
  • Holds the record for fewest putts per nine holes on the PGA Tour (6)
Stan Utley turned professional in 1984; and during his career, amassed quite a list of accomplishments on the PGA,, and Nike Tours. His professional victories include PGA Tour 1989 Chattanooga Classic; Buy.Com and Nike Tours 1995 Miami Valley Open; 1995 Louisiana Open; and 1993 Cleveland Open. Known as the “short-game guru,” Utley is directly responsible for the improved putting strokes of numerous PGA Tour players, including Sergio Garcia, Dudley Hart, Kevin Streelman, Jay Haas, Peter Jacobson, Jeff Sluman, and Craig Stadler. In fact, Golf Digest labeled him as “Golf’s latest superstar guru,” and Sports Illustrated named him as "the hottest instructor in golf." “I’m a teacher, but I’m also a player – so I understand how important shooting a score is, even ahead of technique,” said Utley. “What I do is help my students shoot those lower scores, by sharing proven and tested fundamentals about the short game and helping tap into the creativity and imagination every player possesses. I want you to hit it better, and I want you to think and feel better too. I’m blessed to have a passion for people and for encouraging them to get more enjoyment out of their golfing experience. I’m also fortunate that my students – amateur and professional alike – have used my techniques to improve and win tournaments. I look forward to helping you make more birdies too.”