Meet the Instructor
Las Vegas National Golf Club is proud to announce that we have formed partnerships with two PGA Golf Instructors.
Chuck Dixon, PGA
Chuck Dixon is a PGA member who is rich in passion for golf. He grew up in Maryland and played junior golf out of the Hobbit’s Glen Golf Club in Columbia, Maryland. He played college golf at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pennsylvania and was the captain for the team in his senior year. Chuck has worked with some quality organizations and special projects such as:
- Optimist Club – group and individual instruction plus on course coaching.
- Wounded Warriors at The Courses at Fort Meade.
- PGA of America growth of the game initiatives.
- YMCA Junior Camp – First swing program.
Chuck has extensive experience using swing analysis and launch monitor systems such as V1, FlightScope, and Trackman.
Professional Golf Instructor
Mitch Kemper grew up in Miami, Florida, where at the age of twelve met Bob Toski and Bruce Fleisher. He instantly became a junior student of Toski, who was recently inducted into the PGA Golf Hall of Fame. After his completion at the University of California Santa Barbara, on a golf scholarship, he became the teaching professional at Montecito Country Club in Santa Barbara. At this time, he also served as a teaching professional for Bob Toski in many of his golf schools. Mitch has played on many golf tours around the country as spent time caddying for the late Payne Stewart on the PGA.