1300 Industrial Road #15
San Carlos, CA 94070
David Balbi, is a PGA Class A member and 1999 Northern California Teacher of the Year.
An innovator in the field of 3-D Swing Motion Analysis, David uses high tech devices to obtain the most accurate golf swing diagnosis available in the industry.
You demand the best diagnosis from your doctor, why settle for less from your golf instructor?
Named Best Teaching Facility in the Bay Area by Golf Today Magazine
“Having taken lessons from various golf professionals for over 30 years, I can say without hesitation that David Balbi is the finest instructor I’ve ever known. David has been instrumental in my success over the past 10 years culminating in a top 100 amateur ranking for most of the past ten years. His teaching style will provide the quickest and most sustainable results for golfers of any ability!!” – RH Jan 2008
To provide high-tech diagnostic and learning tools that shorten the learning curve and allow golfers to reach their true potential.
Technology is the cornerstone of my instruction methodology. I don’t like to teach concepts, I like to teach things that I can measure. So whether it’s the full swing, the putting stroke, green reading or mental focus, I have technology that can measure, record and train for faster improvement.
I was at the forefront of the 3-D swing measurement movement that began in the mid 1990′s and so I have 15 years of experience and data from thousands of golfers. I don’t have to guess what Tour players are doing – I’ve measured them! In the late 1990′s the first accurate balance measurement devices became available. They were very expensive, so of course I had to have one. It soon became one of the most valuable pieces of equipment in my arsenal because it turns out that even if you have a good understanding of the correct swing mechanics, you won’t be successful in the implementation of the mechanics if your brain is concerned about your ability to swing and maintain balance.
In 1990 I became a certified club fitter because I learned that equipment affects motion. The goal of a good club fitter should be to build a club that rewards your best swing. Unfortunately too many club fitters are committed to building a club that rewards their wallet!