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Taylor Crosby is an accomplished junior and collegiate golfer, who began his teaching career in the fall of 2011 at the Jim McLean Golf Center in Fort Worth, Texas. On the path to becoming a Master Instructor, Crosby learned from the legendary Jim McLean. He has assisted in lessons with PGA Tour players JJ Henry, Hunter Haas and Ed Loar.

Originally from Athens, Ga., he earned Northeast Georgia Golfer of the Year in 2001. Crosby’s college golf career began at the University of Georgia, where he was a two-year letterman. He played alongside future PGA Tour players Kevin Kisner, Chris Kirk, Brendon Todd, and Richard Scott. Crosby then transferred to North Carolina State University, playing two seasons for the Wolfpack.

After graduating Crosby played the eGolf and NGA mini-tours, then became head professional at Sky Valley (Ga.) Country Club. In 2010 Crosby turned his focus to caddying on the Web.com Tour, where he gained valuable insight about course management and the mental aspects of competitive golf.

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Sean C No Handicap

07/11/2020

(5.0)

You won't be disappointed choosing Taylor to improve your golf game! Whether you're looking for someone to dive into the minutia of your swing, keep it high level or just try to find that right "feel" to get to the next level he's the guy for you. I definitely recommend a series of lessons from him- he's been willing to explain (and re-explain) concepts to me MANY different ways till I got them through my thick skull. Layer in responsiveness, a little levity, and just being an all around good dude you've got a recipe for the next instructor you should be hiring.