Owner and Lead Instructor
Paul Tosca is a former staff instructor with the Golf Channel Academy and currently a member of the Proponent Group, an association of golf teaching professionals that support each other by exchanging ideas on best practices to run a professional teaching operation and sharing the latest teaching trends in golf. The goal is to make their clients get better in the most efficient and cost effective way to improve their skills and increase satisfaction.
Paul was mentored by Coach Mark Polich, a long-time Golf Channel Academy Lead Instructor, and he has since taught over 1,200 lessons since he began his career as a golf teaching professional in the fall of 2017. Paul has worked with all skill levels that include working and retired adults, mini-tour golf professionals, high school athletes and competitive junior golfers. He has also been recognized by Lessons.com as a Best Golf Instructor for 2020 and 2021. Thumbtack.com recognized Paul as a Top Pro for 2020!
Paul grew up right here in the Old Pueblo and is a University of Arizona Alumnus. He has a family with three boys and is passionate about the sport of golf and its traditions. You can trust he will bring that passion to improving your golf game!
Ed is a PGA of America Master Professional from Tucson, Arizona who has been teaching ever since he graduated from California State University, Pennsylvania with a degree in education. Ed developed his teaching skills through twenty years as a United States Air Force pilot teaching everything from helicopters to the F-16 Fighting Falcon. After hanging up his flying boots in 1991, he went full-time into golf shoes. Since that time Ed has had the great fortune to teach the game of golf and learn from some of the best in the world. He is a former John Jacobs Golf Schools instructor, one of only two Harold Swash (Euro Ryder Cup Team putting coach) Accredited Putting instructors in the United States, and a PGA of America Master Professional Instructor and Coach. Ed enjoys studying the game to continually improve and learn so he can effectively adapt to his students' needs and be a part of their transition from Good 2 Great Golf.