Ashley Tait

Locations: Meadow Hills

Ashley Tait’s Junior Programs

Ashley coaches at our Meadow Hills location which has an outdoor learning environment and in indoor golf studio allowing you to take coaching regardless of inclement weather or season.She is one of the most respected players Colorado has ever had. Pair that we her tremendous coaching talent and background, and you have yourself a very well-rounded teacher/coach.  Ashley was born and raised in Colorado. She had a stellar junior career thanks to an early start, a PGA father, and lots of time practicing and playing. She had a great college golf career and has also played professionally. She is a PGA and LPGA Member and previously spent time instructing at two courses in Colorado as well as coaching girls teams at Columbine and Mullen High Schools. Most recently, Ashley has been teaching at Baltimore CC where she oversaw the Player Development Programs for both adults and juniors.  If you have any questions for Ashley or would like to meet her prior to the first lesson please don’t hesitate to contact the academy at 303-645-8000.

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Skill Development Packages are blocks of time that can be used for any aspect of the game and taking instruction with a friend can be a great experience and is more economical as well. Take a look at this option titled 2-People to see what you would be paying per person.


Elite Junior Development Program is a unique program where Ashley will work with Trent behind the scenes discussing your junior’s swing and game as a whole while creating a solid plan for his/her improvement!  You can’t get such a program anywhere else in Colorado where your junior will be guided by one of the best teachers in the country.  This program is a committed player program designed to improve all areas of your game.  It is for the junior who has the time and energy needed to achieve sustained improvement. We will thoroughly take you through all Four Steps of Improving:  (1) Plan: receive a comprehensive questionnaire and take part in skills testing evaluations, (2) Practice:  develop a clear road map for your technical or mechanical improvements, work with you to ingrain them and show you research based processes for accelerating acquisition of those improvements, (3) Prepare: coach you on skills that will help you transfer your game to the course with more success, and (4) Play: spend numerous sessions with you on the course learning to play under pressure, discussing strategy, proper expectations, self-management, decision-making, and more.