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Welcome to the Bruce Sims School of Golf website. Our golf school is dedicated to growing the game of golf, a sport to be enjoyed for a lifetime. Knowing how to play well fos
ters confidence and success. Whether your goal isto learn the game, lower your handicap, or win a club championship, our local golf school will help you
 
 
achieve success."

Bruce

Bruce Sims has been teaching the game of golf to students of all ages and levels for over 15 years. He is a Class A Master Certified Teaching Professional. Known in the golfing community for his innovative teaching techniques which break down the complex aspects of the golf swing into easy to learn steps. With his simple techniques, Bruce's students quickly grasp the skills of the game. Bruce recognizes the uniqueness of each student's personal style. His golf lessons focus on evaluating your swing using the latest video techniques, assessing where improvements can be made and ultimately bringing you to a new level of skill with your game. His coaching philosophy is based on knowing you cannot standardize the golf swing as it's important to develop the swing based on your capabilities and after determining the most efficient way for you to swing the club. 



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Recent Golf News

What will California's mandatory water reduction order mean for golf?

01 Apr 2015 20:30:36 Z

The first statewide mandatory water reduction order in California history, ordered by Governor Jerry Brown on Wednesday, won’t substantially affect golf courses, Craig Kessler, director of governmental affairs for the Southern California Golf Association, said....

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01 Apr 2015 20:30:36 Z

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01 Apr 2015 20:30:36 Z

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01 Apr 2015 20:30:36 Z

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Ortiz won three times on the Web.com Tour last year, earning $515,403 and his PGA Tour card for 2015. From driver to putter, find out what he carries in his bag.

The World's Best Father-Son Golf Tournament

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As if you need another reason to travel to Ireland's Waterville Golf Links, this annual event offers golf at its finest -- plus a whole lot more.

The 13 Biggest Masters Controversies

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From questionable rulings to severe punishments, a look back at the biggest controversies at Augusta National.

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