May 31, 2020
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Tim Weinhart, PGA Director of Instruction

Tim was born in Rochester, NY and moved to Atlanta in 1981. He turned professional at 19 and became one of the youngest PGA members in the country to earn the PGA’s highest ranking of Class “A” at the age of 23. Tim has been one of the top teachers in Georgia for over 20 years. He is a member of the professional advisory staff with TaylorMade Golf Corporation and has appeared on The Golf Channel, PGA .Com., and been a guest  on numerous television and radio programs. From 2011 thru 2015, Tim ran the Tim Weinhart Golf Academy at The Standard Club.  In October 2015, the Tim Weinhart Golf Academy moved to Heritage Golf Links on the outskirts of Atlanta.

Tim's playing achievements include competing in 6 major championships. He is one of the nation’s few club professionals to have qualified for the US Open (2012), the PGA Championship 5 times (2002-05-06-08-09), and qualify for the Tour in 2007. Tim has qualified for the National Club Professional Championships 16 times and has qualified and competed in 34 PGA Tour Sponsored events during his career

Tim currently works with players of all skill levels from beginners to professionals. Tim’s students have won on almost every level; including: AJGA, SEJGT, Hurricane junior golf tours as well as wins on various mini tours including Open Golf Atlanta and the Hopkins Golf tour.


Some of Tim’s prominent students include:

Jacob Tilton – 2014-15 Florida Pro Golf Tour Season Opener Champion

Emee Hebert - 2012 Women’s Southern Amateur champion

Derek Chang - 2010 Southeatern Amateur Champion

Kayley Marschke – AJGA Champion

Alissa Yang – SEJGT Champion

Preston Topper – Hurricane Junior Tour Champion

Dorsey Addicks - 2014 US Womens Amateur participant


Tim Weinhart has worked extensively with many top teachers including:

Mac O’Grady, Tom Anton, Jimmy Mozley, Mike Perpich, Mike Shannon, George Kelnhofer, Tommy Brannen, Charlie Sorrell


8-Time Georgia PGA Player of the Year 2002-03-04-05-09-10-11-15

7-Time GA PGA Gregg Wolff Award for low stroke average


3 time GA PGA Match Play Winner 2005-11-12

Member of United States PGA Cup Team 2003

Over 40 Professional victories

GA. PGA PNC Champion 2006-09-11-12

GA. PGA Section Champion 2005

GA. PGA Atlanta Open 2009

GA. Open Champion 2004

GA. PGA Assistants Champion 2000-10-13

PGA of America Southern CPC Champion 2003

Craig Stevens, PGA Lead Instructor
Craig turned professional in 1980 as the Assistant Golf Professional at Pine Tree CC.  He has been teaching golf full time since 1994.  During his thirty four years of teaching golf he has given thousands of individual golf lessons, has conducted several golf schools, clinics, and corporate events!

Teaching Background:
He teaches the beginner to the professional (Men, Women, and Juniors)
He has instructed over 20 junior golfers that have received a golf scholarship.
Emphasis on the short game and mental approach.  Golf course time is essential to lowering your score. 
Video and other devices will be used for communication with the student. 

Professional Acheivements:
GA Player of the Year 1999, 2001, 2012 & 2013
GA Sr. PGA Player of the year 2013, 2014, 2015
Member of the 2003 PGA Cup Team
Participated in 3 Sr. PGA Championships
Participated in 1 Sr. US Open
Participated in 22 National Club Professional Championships
Winner of over 23 GA Section PGA Major Tournaments

Email   |   Cell: 770.855.7393

Corey Evans, PGA Apprentice Golf Instructor
Corey is from Cleveland, TN and earned a golf scholarship to the University of West Georgia where he earned a Bachelors Degree in Sports Management and minor in psychology.  It was a UWG where he exhausted all four years of his NCAA eligibility, competing in the 2012 - 2016 seasons.  

During Corey's collegiate career, he was the first player in school history to compete and represent UWG in the NCAA Regional tournament each season.  In addition to that, Corey earned himself a position in every tournament in his tenure at UWG, playing a total of 42 collegiate golf tournaments.  During his career he tallied 18 top 10's, eight top 5's, and two wins defending his 2012 Matt Dyas Invitational win in 2013.  His victory in the 2013 invitational was recognized as the Best Individual Performance by UWG athletics where he shot 72-66-71.

Corey was also named All-GSC three years in a row while also being named NCAA Division II All South Region team three times.  In his time as a UWG Golfer, Corey received All Tournament Honors at the GCS Grand Championships 3 times as well.

After earning his degree, Corey moved to Cartersville, GA where he resides with his wife, Ali.  He has recently registered for the PGA Program and is extremely passionate about teaching and coaching golf to others.  The advancement of students is motivating for him, as he is always eager in his ongoing pursuit to grow the game of golf. 

Email   |   Cell: 423.716.4786