Tune up your game this year with some golf lessons – have more fun and play more golf!

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Featuring Chad Craft, PGA

Shouldn’t this be the year that you play better golf and enjoy the game more? Call (302) 697-8204, or fill out the form on this page so Chad can follow up with you and make a recommendation for an instructional plan suited just for you.

Lesson Rates:

  • $65 for 45 minute individual lesson (adults)
  • $45 for 45 minute individual lesson for junior golfers (17 and younger)
  • $20 each additional adult and $15 for each additional junior golfer
  • Buy 4, Get One Free  (Five for the price of four!)
  • Camps, clinics, group lessons, playing lessons all available by request

Our Pro & General Manager

Chad Craft, PGA – General Manager
Chad serves as General Manager for Jonathan’s Landing Golf Club and oversees all golf & club operations.

Chad serves as General Manager for Jonathan’s Landing Golf Club and oversees all golf & club operations.
Chad was born on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and began to develop a love for the game of golf at 10 years old. Chad attended Methodist College in Fayetteville, NC where he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Professional Golf Management. Chad became a Class A Member of the PGA of America in 2005.

Prior to joining Jonathan’s Landing, Chad’s career encompassed various professional roles at Queenstown Harbor Golf Links, Columbia Country Club, Mountain Branch Golf Course, River Marsh Golf Club at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay and most recently as the General Manager at National Golf Club in Fort Washington, MD. He prides himself on providing all guests & members exceptional service and looks forward to building on the established facility culture at Jonathan’s Landing through an always welcoming atmosphere.

Chad currently resides in Federalsburg, MD with his wife Belle. In his spare time, Chad enjoys spending time with family and rooting for the Baltimore Ravens.

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