Taking a lesson is the best way to improve your golf game. And now the Premier Golf Instruction Program along the Gulf Coast is coming to Bay Point! We are proud to partner with Dewsweepers Golf Instruction designed for golfers of all ages and skill levels! www.dewsweepersgolf.com


 

To sign up contact PGA Instructor, Amy Willmon at (800) 203-4885 or  Email Amy!

Private Lessons | By appointment

 * Private instruction is available by appointment only and includes video and computer analysis!


Other Classes | Call for schedules

  *   Junior Clinics
  *   Advanced Junior Development Programs
  *   Advanced Club Fitting with expert Club Fitter and use of Trackman!
  *   Private Instruction programs with Lead Instructors Tony Ruggiero and Wayne Flint!
  *   Use of High End Technology to aid in the fitting and learning process. 

For more details or to schedule a class contact PGA Instructor, Amy Willmon at amy@dewsweepersgolf.com or call (800) 203-4885.


Our Professionals

Amy Willmon | Director of Dewsweeper Performance Academy

A PGA Member Professional for over 10 years, Amy is regarded as one of the industry's leaders for the PGA's initiative, Get Golf Ready. Amy grew up in a small suburb outside of Houston where she was introduced to the game of golf at the age of four and by the age of seven Amy was establishing an impressive junior career in the Houston Golf Association, often selected as the city's Player of Year. For 4 straight years, her record was 30 wins of 33 events and one second with three titles including the Texas State Junior Girls Champion. Two consecutive victories in the Pan American Classic in Austin,TX, a constant top 5 contender in the Texas Oklahoma Tournament, a sixth place finish individually in the state high school championships, Amy also lead her team to a second place finish in the 5A division as a freshman. Amy was a well-known contender on the AJGA circuit playing in numerous events and finally completing her competitive junior career with an impressive stroke average of 72.1. 

Amy then took her dominating game to the University of Texas at El Paso.  As team captain for 3 1/2 years, she led the Miners to several top 10 finishes including her third place finish which led the team to their first victory at the Islander Invitational. She graduated UTEP with a BA in Communication/Advertising with a GPA of 4.0, was ranked 11th in NCAA Division I Women's golf and still holds the women's career scoring record at UTEP of 73.2.

It was here where she fell in love with coaching junior players as she traded practice time for aiding with the junior scheduling at Coronado C.C.  Amy was the 1st Female Head Golf Professional in the PGA's Southwest Section and is a passionate instructor to men and women of all ages and levels. Amy quickly gained the reputation for her work ethic, desire to teach and determination to achieve such high personal goals. With her bubbly personality and drive to succeed, it's no wonder she a valued asset on any course.

 

Wayne Flint | Lead Instructor

A PGA member since 1987, Wayne is a two time Teacher of the Year for the PGA Dixie Section (2002 and 1993) Wayne has been nominated for Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Teachers and been selected for Top 400 Teachers in the U.S. Frequently published in Golf Digest Magazine and a guest on the Dewsweepers Golf Radio Show, Wayne is known for taking high school players and turning them into outstanding collegiate players. His reputation has grown over the past 27 years due to sending 2 players into the Hall of Fame, having four students post a 60 in a tournament, have both male and female become finalist in the USGA Pub Links, and the USGA Mid Am Championship, 1st team NCAA All American as well as numerous players on the Web.com and professional tours. Wayne isn’t only a successful golf instructor, he’s raised a house full of beautiful, disciplined and now collegiate athletes that he’s so proud of. A proud and loving father, amazing husband, positive golf instructor who gets effective results. It’s easy to see why one would be so honored to have Wayne on their team, he’s truly an asset. 

 

Tony Ruggiero | Lead Instructor

Tony is the Director of Instruction at the Country Club of Mobile as well as the Lead Instructor for The Dewsweepers Performance Academy at Sheraton Bay Point Resort in Panama City Beach Florida. Tony’s notable students include PGA Tour Players Smylie Kaufman, Lucas Glover, and Zack Sucher; Web.com Tour Players Sam Love, Tom Lovelady, Robby Shelton and Wilson McDonald.  Tony has had students appear on the 2014 & 2016 US Walker Cup Teams, and he currently has 7 players playing in the south eastern conference. Tony has been the host of the Dewsweepers Golf Show on XM/Sirius PGA tour radio as well as terrestrial radio stations throughout the South for over decade! Tony lists his teaching influences as Tom Ness, Mark Wood, Mike Adams, Wayne Flint, Brady Riggs, and Bryan Gathright.

In 2017 Tony was named Golf Magazines “Top 100 Instructors in America” as well as Callaway’s Top 50 Elite Junior Coach in 2016 and 2015. In 2016 Tony was ranked the #2 teaching instructor in the state of Alabama by Golf Digest. In 2013 Edwin Watts recognized Tony as a Top Instructor.

In 2016 Tony along with Matt Rudy wrote a bestselling book, “Lessons from the Legends” which gives a simple, easy to understand approach for anyone to improve their game of golf.  The book comes from his experiences, mentors, and radio show.

Tony began his teaching career at the Perdido Bay Golf Club in Perdido Florida in 2000. From 2001 through 2008 Tony was with the Hank Johnson School of Golf in Destin, Florida at the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. In 2009 Tony left Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort to begin teaching at Santa Rosa Golf and Beach Club in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. In 2012 Tony left the Panhandle full time to become the Director of Instruction at the Country Club of Mobile.  On the course Tony won the prestigious Edwin Watts Invitational in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2011 and 2012!

A native of Birmingham, Ala., Tony attended St. Mary’s University (1991-93) where he earned two varsity letters in golf and was a member of the Heart of Texas All Conference Golf Team. He transferred to Samford University in Birmingham to be closer to his family, and while attending Samford earned two varsity letters in golf as well as a degree in Public Administration.