MEET THE COACHES

In three of the most popular sports in America- baseball, basketball, and football- the best coaches are the ones who played in the MLB, NBA, and NFL. Pure Swing Golf provides a new perspective on golf lessons- our coaches are golfers who have played and studied the game for years and can use their experience to help others improve. 

JEB STUART

Golf Instructor

Jeb was born and raised in Texas. His love of golf started at an early age. Jeb played high school golf at New Mexico Military Institute where he won both a district championship and a state championship. He played collegiate golf at the University of Arizona. In 1984, Jeb turned professional and was fortunate enough to play golf all over the world. He’s won over 20 professional tournaments, played in two U.S. Opens, and played in the Senior British Open. When his professional playing days were over, Jeb began his full-time career as a golf instructor. His professional career provided him with knowledge and insight into the game of golf as he learned how to get results revolving around good fundamentals. Jeb’s success as a golf coach stems from teaching students of all levels for over 30 years as well as the expertise he gained traveling the world while playing and studying the game of golf. Jeb loves sharing his passion for golf with the players he coaches. 

 

ANTHONY BROUSSARD

Founder, Director of Golf

Anthony has over eight years of high level professional playing experience and a passion for helping players improve their game using the best equipment and newest technology. As a junior, Anthony won 17 high school golf tournaments including the TAAPS-5A State Championship as well as winning an AJGA Open Event and being an AJGA All-American. Anthony played collegiate golf at The University of North Texas and played in every single tournament for the four years he was on the team. As a professional, Anthony won four tournaments including the 2014 Texas State Open. In 2014, he played in the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2, and after winning 2nd stage of Web.com Q-School, he was a Web.com Tour member in 2016. Anthony spent five years of his professional career working with Coach Chuck Cook, voted the number two coach in the country by Golf Digest Magazine in 2016. The knowledge and expertise Anthony has gained from both his personal experience in the game of golf as well as from working with top PGA coaches helps him to provide the best instruction possible to his students.

Golf Instructor

JEFF SCHMIEDBAUER

Jeff played collegiate golf at the University of Oklahoma with Grant Waite and Todd Hamilton. After college, he turned professional in 1987 and played competitively for 15 years. Jeff won over 30 tournaments in his playing career. He also holds the course record at Westbury Country Club of 62 (10 under par). Since becoming an instructor in 2002, Jeff has given over 30,000 golf lessons. He received the Outstanding Instruction Award consecutively for five years in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. Jeff brings a great level of professional playing experience and teaching expertise to the PSG team!

 

Golf Instructor, PGA Professional

CHAD POWELL

Chad started playing golf at an early age and quickly fell in love with the game. He won two junior tournaments before playing 4 years on the varsity golf team at Temple High School.   He qualified for regionals all 4 years and received a scholarship to play at Temple Junior College.  After college, he moved to Dallas and earned his PGA Professional membership in 2014. Working as an Assistant PGA professional for many years, he found his passion for teaching working under a top 100 teacher.  Chad has over 14 years of teaching experience and has taught over 10,000 golf lessons. He has many influences including Chuck Cook, Jim Hardy, Randy Smith, Butch and Claud Harmon, Cameron McCormick, James Ridyard, Stan Utley, and Andy Plummer. In 2016 he became a certified Stack and Tilt instructor. Chad competes in the North Texas PGA section events and has 3 top 10 finishes. He also qualified for and played in the 2011 Texas State Open. He has helped juniors win their first tournament, beginners shoot in the 80’s, and amateurs win their club championship.