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Appleton Golf Galaxy

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(920) 731-1933

567 N Casaloma Dr
Appleton, WI, 54913 USA
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Mike Cisler

On Staff PGA Professional

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Birthplace: n/a

Turned Professional: n/a

Career Highlights:

  • Elected to St. Ambrose University Athletic Hall of Fame
  • Instructor at Paradise golf schools
  • Winner of the Taylor Made scholarship for assistant professionals
  • Placed first in the John Deere Team Scramble state qualifier, and went on to compete in the national event at Greyhawk Golf Club
  • Graduate of St. Ambrose University, Davenport, IA with a degree in Finance
  • 1980 Wisconsin state high school champion

Teaching Principles:

My goal is to make my students of all skill levels consistent golfers. I do this by focusing on three areas of their swing: control, balance, and tempo. Every student is different and I adjust my teaching style to fit each individual. I keep things simple and relaxed. It has been my experience that people learn faster when they are comfortable and enjoying themselves.

Brookfield Golf Galaxy

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(262) 786-2660

19030 W Bluemound Rd
Brookfield, WI, 53045 USA
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Mark Voeller

On Staff PGA Professional

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Birthplace: Whitewater, WI

Turned Professional: 1994

Career Highlights:

  • 1994 Graduate of Northern Illinois University
  • 1988 & 1989 WIAA Individual State Champion
  • 1999-2004 Assistant Golf Professional, North Hills C.C., Menomonee Falls, WI
  • 2005 Head Golf Professional, Windwood Golf Course, Watertown, WI
  • 2000 Winner WAPGA Championship
  • 2002 WAPGA Player of the Year
  • 2000 & 2004 Top Ten National Assistants Championship
  • 2002, 2004, 2006 Runner Up WPGA Section Championship
  • 2009 WPGA Match Play Champion
  • 2010 WPGA Teacher of the Year Nominee

Teaching Principles:

My goal is to make my students better players. This entails working with each student to assess his or her goals and setting a plan as how to improve all aspects of their game, both physical and mental. This is done through simple techniques and drills, focusing on the fundamentals, to allow the student to become a better player and have fun playing the game.

Greenfield Golf Galaxy

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(414) 817-9900

7801 W Layton Ave
Greenfield, WI, 53220 USA
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Doug Mortola

On Staff PGA Professional

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Career Highlights:

  • Ten years experience as a PGA Head Professional
  • Five professional mini-tour victories
  • Worked for two top twenty-five teaching professionals in the country
  • Provided personal instruction to former President Gerald Ford
  • 2001 Wisconsin PGA Section Merchandiser of the Year
  • Competed in two U.S.G.A. Amateur Championships

Teaching Principles:

My goal is to develop a positive impact position for my students while taking into consideration your body type, flexibility and core strength. Since the impact position is the "moment of truth" in the golf swing, I believe the key to a positive impact position is the ability to hit down on the golf ball with a fundamentally sound swing plane and face angle to produce consistent and predictable ball flights.

West Madison Golf Galaxy

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(608) 826-2800

502 S High Point Rd
Madison, WI, 53719 USA
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Robert Muranyi

On Staff PGA Professional

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Birthplace: Buffalo, NY

Career Highlights:

  • 1985 - 2012 Head PGA Golf Professional at Monona Golf Course
  • 1985 - 1999 Head PGA Golf Professional for both Glenway and Monona Golf Courses
  • 2010 - Established Monona Golf Course as the new home for The First Tee of South Central WI
  • 2006 - Purchased the Urban Links Golf Dome, changed the name to Capitol Golf Dome, operated for two years with an intent to move to a City of Madison parkland
  • 2002 - Won the Wisconsin State PGA Pro-Junior with my daughter Kristen, Kyle Sullivan and Troy Klinnert
  • 2001 - Won the Wisconsin State PGA Pro-Junior Championship with my daughter Kristen, John Baily and Adam Steinhoffer
  • 1996 - Shot 67, -5 at Ridgeway G.C. for my lowest tournament posted round of my career
  • 1997 - Tied for 2nd at Monroe CC in the Wisconsin PGA stroke play event
  • 1994 - My junior Leagues and lesson programs now atttract over 500 junior weekly, the largest in the state of WI
  • 1993 - I was awarded the Wisconsin PGA Section Junior Leader Award for my commitment to junior golf
  • 1992 - Hosted "Divot The Clown" Junior Golf Day which attracted over 250 juniors with 10 local PGA Professionals providing lessons

Teaching Principles:

My teaching philosophy is to interview the student about the strengths and weaknesses of their game and what the student wants to achieve during the lesson. Second, I check the student's equipment to make sure they are using equipment that correctly fits them. Very few of my students want to overhaul their swings, most just want to be more consistent. I don't want to over teach, but I do want to give my students sufficient information/drills to work on, that achievable to improve. Most often, my students have a problem with proper posture, set up and alignment, which affects the swing plane. The grip is usually the student's fix or compensation for errors with their swing plane. Therefore, the grip is usually my last fix with a student. I do ask all my students to establish a good pre-shot routine. The routine is where I am able to check the student's grip, set up, posture, balance and alignment to the target. A proper athletic position over the ball will help the lower body be more stable to support a more powerful, consistent swing and balanced finish. With a good solid routine, the student will build a more consistent and natural golf swing. The basics are a constant but I must consider each student's individual body type, physical limitations, athleticism and flexibility to personalize the lesson to them.