TeeToCup - making learning stick!

In partnership with

Professional Golf Coaching

We provide online and on course coaching to help golfers of all levels improve their game. Created by Major Championship Winning PGA Coach, Daniel Grieve, and Rugby World Cup Winning Coach Sir Clive Woodward.

The majority of our training is conducted online, using our specially-designed learning platform. We use technology so that you can learn wherever you are in the world – on a golf course or at home.

We deliver focussed one-to-one instruction, which unlike most online content, is totally bespoke to you. 

We also offer face-to-face coaching sessions with Golf Clinics and Golf Day's.

WE MAKE LEARNING STICK!

TeeToCup Benefits

  • Our professional golf coaches are PGA certified Professional Coaching
  • We provide custom one-to-one golf coaching One to one lessons
  • Connect to our unique online course from anywhere Online coaching
  • We have a range of subscription models to suit Flexible subscriptions
  • We also provide real-world coaching On course coaching
  • Our course structure is tried and tested Proven Results
  • Keep track of your progress and development Progress tracking
  • Join our vibrant online community Active online community

Who is TeeToCup coaching for?

TeeToCup is for players of any level looking to improve their game. If you want to reduce your handicap, improve your short game or master a specific stroke – TeeToCup is for you. 

Learn golf online instead?
Connect to our unique online course from anywhere

Online Coaching

Improve your game and help you reach your handicap goals using our unique online course.

We enable you to develop in your own time - wherever you choose.

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On Course Coaching
We also provide real-world coaching

On Course Coaching

Face-to-face coaching sessions can boost your skills. Focus on specific techniques and get immediate feedback.

Group sessions are also great fun and really enhance the learning experience.

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Who Created TeeToCup?

Sir Clive Woodward and Daniel Grieve