Kevin Lozares just moved to the state of Texas from Palo Alto, Ca.  He currently resides in Krum, Texas. As a member of Denton Country Club, I am now offering the membership my services of private instruction and elite junior development coaching programs.   He continues to coach at in the Bay Area 4-5 days per month when not traveling on the PGA Tour and Tour teaching the Art of Short Game Performance.  His new Bay Area home is the Spartan Golf Complex.

Mixing “old school” with the “cutting edge”, Kevin utilizes Trackman, high speed cameras, and V1 Analysis. Kevin also continues to play in tournaments; he won the NCPGA Assistant Match Play Championship in 2011 and 2012, as well as the NCPGA Assistant Championship in 2012.

As a short game performance coach, Kevin began traveling on the PGA Tour assisting and teaching the methods of Short Game Guru, James Sieckmann in 2010. Under the tutelage of James since 1998, Kevin has seen first hand how our methods have helped many players including Nick Watney, Ben Crane, Charlie Hoffman, Charlie Wi, Tom Pernice Jr., Daniel Summerhays, Tim Clark, Kyle Stanley, Alex Cejka, Max Homa and Erik Flores to name a few.

One of Titleist’s leading Club Fitting Specialist, Kevin has studied under some of the game’s top instructors, including James Sieckmann, Cameron McCormick, Grant Waite, Matt Killen, Andy Plummer, Mike Bennett, Chris Gustin, Dana Dahlquist, Greg La Bell, and Josh Zander. In addition, he is recognized as one of the industry’s “Top Instructors Under 40″.

Scoring within 100 yards is the determining factor of all players’ scores. No matter what level of player, whether you are a beginner to Tour Player, our short game methods, which combine proven short game technique, imagination and sports psychology, will help you lower your scores and have more fun!




The fundamentals of what I teach was developed by my mentor James Sieckmann. James began his study of the short game while caddying for his brother, Tom Sieckmann, who played the PGA Tour for 17 years with one win. James was fortunate that Tom not only had one of the top short games on Tour but had played regular practice rounds with the short game wizard himself, Seve Ballesteros. James began taking video of his brother, Seve, and many other great short gamers and he studied and measure their techniques. He found that even though all of these short game artists had different body types, athletic ability, and fitness levels, they all shared commonalities. They were artists around the green who shared similar swing sequencing, rhythm and swing plane as well as using the sole of the club properly (i.e. Bounce). These are 4 of keys we stress in chipping and pitching the ball beautifully high and soft.

The technique is only part of the equation. We know and believe that confidence and trust are needed in order to perform at your highest level. Influences of sports psychologists Dr. Bob Rotella, Glen Albaugh and Neale Smith and information from TPI are used often in our teaching.

James Sieckmann Golf Magazine Article