Mike schy, PGA, Director of Instruction

Mike Schy is the current coach of the 2015 NCAA Men’s Individual and 2015 U.S. Amateur Champion as well as a host of other promising collegiate and junior golfers.

The Mike Schy Golf Performance Institute specializes in the coaching and development of collegiate and junior golfers. Mike’s teaching philosophy and methods have helped many outstanding young golfers achieve a high level of success, including the winner of both the 2015 NCAA Individual Championship and the 2015 U.S. Amateur. This accomplishment has only been achieved 5 times in history.

Mike’s love for Golf began very early and he was ranked as a top 4 Junior golfer In Northern California in 1978. He went on to represent the North team in the California North/South team matches as well as the Junior Americas cup team. Mike was also Medalist in the 1978 US Junior Amateur Qualifying. Mike then went on to play golf for Fresno State University from 1979 thru 1984 where Fresno state ranked in the top 20 college teams, 4 out of the 5 years and set a record at the Fresno city golf championships winning by 12 shots in 1983.

Mike became a Member of the PGA of America in 1990 and represented the Northern California PGA Cup team in 1992.

Mike has been a PGA, golf instructor and coach for 29 years and has taught thousands of students from beginners to Tour Players. Early on in his career he was fortunate enough to work with PGA tour star and friend Bill Glasson, winner of 7 PGA Tour events. Bill, who is now on the Champions Tour, still visits with Mike from time to time asking for his insight and expertise with his game.

Mike works with some of the best Juniors and Amateurs in the country&emdash;junior state champions, both Girls and Boys and College All Americans. He takes pride in helping elevate aspiring juniors to college careers and has assisted players in acquiring over $1,000,000 in scholarships at schools like West Point Academy and Nevada Reno in recent years.

The Golf Performance Institute is known for helping develop top Juniors, Amateurs and Professionals under Mike’s direction. On any day you might see a PGA tour winner, All-American college star and aspiring Junior Champion hanging out and learning at the Golf Performance Institute.

Mike is known as a teacher to the Teaching Pro and Tour Caddy. His full swing, club fitting, putting and green reading techniques, and philosophy has been sought after all over the world culminating at the 2012 World Golf Conference where Mike was a keynote speaker and presenter in Barcelona, Spain. Teaching pros visit Mike often, knowing he is always on the cutting edge of technology and trying develop innovative ways to bring new golfers to the game along with developing the aspiring junior, amateur, and professional.

Many years ago, a man named Homer Kelley wondered exactly what those things were. Nearly thirty years later his book, The Golfing Machine, appeared and revolutionized golf teaching. 

The Golfing Machine became one of the most highly-regarded and authoritative instructional texts in golf history. It has provided countless instructors with the familiarity and understanding of the golf swing to thousands of students.

When you learn from me, you are learning from someone who can combine a very sophisticated understanding of the complexities of the golf swing, with a teaching style and communication skills that will allow you to understand, simply and plainly, how you can consistently hit golf shots that are straight and true. I will focus on you and your level of expertise and understanding, and will work with you to bring out the very best!

Mike’s students are having an enormous impact on the golf world right now. The success they are having is nothing short of amazing! 

— Dale Rehus, President, JumboMax Golf Grips

Student Achievements

  • 2015 NCAA Men’s Individual Championship.
  • 2015 U.S. Amateur Championship.
  • 2016 Masters Tournament Silver Cup recipient (low amateur).
  • 2016 Mountain West Championship First Place.
  • 2015 Australian Masters Runner Up
  • 2014 LasPo Open Championship.
  • Course record 60 at Belmont CC.
  • 91st California State Fair Championship
  • 2014 Northern California Amateur of the Year.

Jordan keyser, GSEB, LPGA, Lead Instructor

Jordan played in the JGANC and NCGA circuits as a junior. She also played for Yosemite High School on the Girls’ Golf team from 2009-2013 where she won multiple events and eventually signed to play for the University of Nevada. She is currently an LPGA Apprentice working toward her Class A certification.

During her time playing for the University of Nevada Wolf Pack from 2013-2018, she clenched two team wins, multiple top ten finishes, and finished her career with the sixth best scoring average in program history. She was named to the All-Mountain West Academic Team three years in a row.

Jordan graduated in May 2018 with a B.S. in Mathematics with a specialization in Statistics and a minor in Psychology. She recently completed Level 1 and Level 2 certification for The Golfing Machine and is an Authorized Instructor. She’s currently working toward becoming an LPGA member / teaching professional, and she was a student of Mike’s for 15 years before beginning to work for him.

Personal Statement 

I have been playing golf since I was 4. I have always loved the game and what it means to be a player. I have learned everything I know about the game from Mike Schy and I am beyond excited to be able to work with him and continue to learn from him. At Mike Schy Golf Performance Institute we believe in growing the game, creating elite golfers, but above all inspiring students to be high achieving, self sufficient, successful human beings in whatever capacity they choose. Being able to shape excellent golfers and human beings is something I am very passionate about this is the best place to do it.