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With its double-ended all-grass driving range, large putting and chipping greens, and on-site PGA Learning Center, The Home Course has a full array of instructional outlets for players of all abilities – Junior Camps, Ladies Night, one-on-one instruction with PGA professionals, and packages for a series of lessons.

Shane Prante, PGA

Shane Prante, PGA

Rates:

Adult:
  • Single lesson – $100
  • Series of three lessons – $250
  • Playing lesson – $250
Junior:
  • Single lesson – $60
  • Series of three lessons – $150

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All lessons must be used within one year of the date of purchase.

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(360) 878-6918 (cell)

Shane Prante is a certified Class A PGA Professional with more than 30+ years of golf experience and has been an instructor for the last ten years.

Originally from Olympia, Wash., Shane has been playing tournament golf since the age of six-years-old. He played in the 2004 U.S. Public-Links, 2006 U.S. Amateur and was a semi-finalist in the 2006 PNGA Men’s Amateur.

He was a member of the Saint Martin’s University (Lacey, Wash) golf team from 2003-2006. Shane was the #1 ranked Division II player in the U.S. most of that time and a winner of 12-collegiate events. Highlighted by 1st Team All-American honors in 2004, 2005 & 2006 and a spot in the USA vs Japan Cup at Stanford University Golf Course in 2005.

Shane turned professional in 2007, and has multiple PNW PGA Section Championships to his credit. Including: The Northwest Open in 2013, 2017 & 2018 and The Washington Open in 2019. He has won the PNW PGA Assistant Player of the Year in 2018 and 2020 and Western Washington Chapter Player of the Year in 2016, 2018 and 2020.

“My belief is that everyone is unique in what they bring to their individual golf games. We all have different biomechanics, injury histories, body types and overall understanding of the game. Together, with each student, my desire is to identify and coordinate a realistic plan of getting them from where they are to where they want to be. Both in the short-term and the long-term. Golf is not an easy game and it will test each person in their desire and pursuit of improvement. It is really fun when that effort starts to produce results. If I can help someone get closer to their goals and make a new friend along the way that is what it’s all about for me teaching this great game.”

John Cassidy, PGA

John Cassidy, PGA

Rates:

Adult:
  • Single lesson – $100
  • Series of three lessons – $250
  • Nine-hole playing lesson – $250
Junior:
  • Single lesson – $60
  • Series of three lessons – $150
1-Hour Group Lessons:
  • $100 for the first person
  • $50 for every person thereafter

All lessons must be used within one year of the date of purchase.

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(360) 791-5053 (cell)

John has 30+ years of experience in the game of golf, he’s been fortunate to compete and travel to amazing places all over the world.  His teaching philosophies have formed by combining his personal experiences playing and the knowledge gained by working with some of the best instructors in the country.

During his full-time playing career, John spent 16 years learning and working on his game at the Butch Harmon school in Henderson, NV.  In addition, John has spent time with Mike Bender (current 4th rated instructor by Golf Digest) as well as EA Tischler (co-creator with Mike Adams of the Bioswing Dynamics program).  John is a Scott Cowx certified instructor and certified in the Forces In Motion bio dynamics program from Sasho Mackenzie and Dr. Phil Cheetham.

"I don’t believe any two people should swing the same, so I don’t subscribe to any one model or theory.  Just look up and down a tour range.  You won’t see any two swings or even grips that are the same.  FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION!!  Golf swings and golf games are like fingerprints in that every one is different and unique.  My goal is to learn how your body functions then apply that functionality to your golf swing.  We will build the mental, short game, practice and management skills needed to play your best golf.  Together we will develop your personal formula to shooting lower scores."

Sheena Prante, PGA

Sheena Prante, PGA

Rates:

Adult:
  • Single lesson – $100
  • Series of three lessons – $250
  • Nine-hole playing lesson – $250
Junior:
  • Single lesson – $60
  • Series of three lessons – $200

All lessons must be used within one year of the date of purchase.

*Please contact Sheena Prante to book a lesson*

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(253) 964-0520

Sheena Prante returns to The Home Course as a certified Class A PGA Professional, tasked with developing a strong and varied women’s program, a diverse junior program, serving as the pro shop’s lead merchandiser, as well as taking on the course’s social media content and interaction.

Originally from Olympia, Wash., Sheena played her first round of golf when she was seven, and started playing in tournaments when she was eight. She would finish second in two PNGA Women’s Amateur Public Links Championships (2002, 2005), and would later earn a scholarship to play on the Eastern Washington University women’s golf team, where she would have two top-10 finishes in the Big Sky Conference Championship and would also serve as the school’s assistant coach for the women’s golf team for two years.

She graduated with a degree in recreation management, and then earned a Master’s degree in athletic administration.

She’ll be utilizing the newly-opened Performance Center, a stand-alone fully-enclosed facility located on the course’s driving range that utilizes the latest performance technology and is open year-round. She’ll bring her teaching philosophy of “Swing on a shallow angle, be on plane, control the angle of attack” along with her favorite golf tip of “Visualize every shot, how you want to hit it, before you hit it.”

Coleby Loveness

Coleby Loveness

Rates:

Adult:
  • Single lesson – $75
  • Series of three lessons – $200
  • Nine-hole playing lesson – $150
Junior:
  • Single lesson – $50
  • Series of three lessons – $125
Group lessons:
  • Adults – $75 for the first person; $35 for every person thereafter
  • Juniors – $50 for the first person; $25 for every person thereafter
Monthly Coaching (Once per week, or 4 lessons paid monthly):
  • Adults – $225
  • Juniors – $150

All lessons must be used within one year of the date of purchase.

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(360) 610-3576 (cell)

Coleby Loveness, who has been staff at The Home Course since early 2021, has entered the PGA program and will continue at the course in his new role.

Coleby played football for three years at Mount Vernon (Wash.) High School, serving as team captain all three years. He then played football for three years while attending Pacific Lutheran University, playing quarterback for the Lutes. During his senior year at PLU, he switched to golf, playing on the men’s team in the fall of 2022 before graduating.

While attending PLU, Coleby began working at The Home Course in the spring of 2021, starting out in the outside services, running carts, working the driving range. In high school, he had worked at Eaglemont Golf Course in Mount Vernon, and was drawn to working at a golf course again.

Coleby began hanging around the PGA pros at The Home Course, helping out where he could, and playing golf with them whenever he had the time. “I liked watching how they helped people enjoy the game, get better at it,” he says. “They help them ‘chase that feeling’ you get when you’re playing well. And that’s what I want to do, help people have that feeling.”

In April 2023 Coleby entered the PGA program, and is now serving as a B-8 second-assistant PGA professional. The program takes about three years to complete, and consists of classes, playing ability tests, and earned credits.

"I believe that anyone can practice enough to meet their standards of play in the game of golf, although the practice needs to be done on the correct mechanics/skills to see improvements. It takes an insane number of reps to get better at this game so it is important to set short and long-term goals and be patient with the process. Being a new instructor, I rely on past athletic experience to draw connections to the golf swing such as converting from a baseball swing or a former quarterback syncing up the lower body. Golf is meant to be FUN; anyone is more than welcome to come see me and have a great time while growing our love for this great game!"

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