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Bo Harris Golf

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Build Your Golf Game Through Hard Work

My love for golf began at the age of 10. Growing up, my entire life became about playing this wonderful sport. I attended Keiser College of Golf in Port St. Lucie, Florida, and decided to start teaching under LPGA and PGA teacher of the year Donna White. I began my company in 2011, Bo Harris Golf, so I could provide lessons to those who love this game as much as I do.


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What Is Important to Me

I'm a certified Level II United States Associate Teaching Professional that teaches all levels of players. It is my goal to make my classes in Knoxville, Tennessee, as family oriented as possible. My background working with kids and strengthening communication of families made me want to specialize in junior golf and youth development. Read my resume for more information about my background.

Why Work with Me?

When it comes to sports, there really isn't anything that compares to golf. It's the only game that puts you against the field and yourself. As an instructor at Bo Harris Golf and an avid golfer, it's a pleasure to be able to help you to better your play and improve your game.


My Take On Golf

My philosophy on playing and instruction is built around the belief that golf is a serious but lighthearted game. The less pressure put on play the better, as anxiety or frustration certainly bring nothing good to the game or anyone's play. So no matter what happens during these sessions, I do my best to help you maintain a fun spirit regardless of the stakes.

Hear What Others Have to Say

"After playing for five years and not really getting any better, I was about to just give the game up. Then I caught a friend of mine taking a lesson and I listened in. From just what I caught of the lesson changed my mind and I decided to sign up with the same instructor. After about three lessons, I saw a huge improvement in my game—so much that my husband signed up for lessons!"
—Amanda G.

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