Professional Teaching Staff

For more information on scheduling your private or group lessons please contact the teaching pro of your choice below: 

  • Andrew Hebert

    Andrew Hebert
    PGA Teaching Pro

    Andrew is a PGA ‘Class A’ member and has instructed golfers of all ages since 2012, including girls’ high school teams from 2012-2015. Andrew has spent over twenty years learning, refining and improving his game, while also competing in local and national championships. Andrew competed in the 2014 National PGA Assistants Championship, whose field is limited to the top professional qualifiers in the country. His degree in psychology from CU Boulder focused on the various ways people learn. He applies this knowledge with his golf skillset to determine the best way for each student to learn and retain instruction. His teaching methods blend strong FUNdamentals, a supportive learning environment, and an understanding of what happens to the mind and body while playing golf.

  • Ryan Black

    Ryan Black
    Teaching Pro

    Ryan is a PGA Associate and has been teaching golf since 2004. He first taught at Kierland Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona and has been at Indian Peaks since 2008. Ryan has a degree from the Golf Academy of America in Golf Complex Management with emphasis on Golf Instruction and Techniques. Ryan's teaching philosophy is all about fundamentals and individual learning styles and he teaches all ages and abilities. Ryan is a native of Colorado and enjoys playing golf, fishing, and skiing in the winter.

  • Rick Uhlir

    Rick Uhlir
    Teaching Pro

    Rick has been a teaching professional at Indian Peaks since 2003. He also has 20 years of experience coaching the boys and girls golf teams at Boulder High School during which time they were one of the top teams in the state. Rick has competed at the highest levels of senior professional golf, including two U.S. Senior Opens and playing on the Senior European Tour. He holds the course record of 64 at Ute Creek Golf Course in Longmont, CO. Through experience and education, whether a beginner or professional, Rick has the ability to improve your game. After reviewing hundreds of amateur and professional swings using his V1 video analysis system, he is able to guide you in improving your swing and overall game.

  • Karen Davies

    Karen Davies
    Teaching Pro

    Karen is seasonal, May-Sept

    Karen is a Top 50 LPGA Instructor recognized nationally. Karen has an impressive resume that includes playing on the LPGA Tour, European Tour, nine collegiate victories at the University of Florida, University of Florida Hall of Fame, along with many other awards and nominations. My mission as a golf professional and coach is to clearly assist, empower & inspire each golfer to keep being their best! By inspiring, teaching and coaching in a way that each player “gets it”! What they really need to progress and enjoy the game more over time because they know what creates and matters to play better golf. Each golfer discovers” their” solutions to making the gains in your golf shots and game. ”Golf is an art and a science. For me a study of a lifetime .Golf is a paradox … a challenge to all …sometimes a maze of profound discoveries that make us joyful and look forward to our next visit to the course.
  • Mac Emison

    Mac Emison
    Teaching Pro

    Mac Emison is entering the PGA Associates Program this fall. Previously, he held the position of Assistant Golf Professional at The Club at Rolling Hills in Golden, CO. Mac has experience fitting golfers with multiple brands of equipment and getting people in a set of clubs that fits their game and skill level. His teaching style blends gathering factual data driven statistics while working within each golfers own unique biomechanics and swing. Mac believes that one of the best ways to lower your score is through instruction out on the golf course, as well as the driving range and practice green. He caters his lesson plans specifically to each golfer over a wide range of skill levels, particularly to new golfers and juniors. Most of all Mac wants to create an atmosphere that makes golf more approachable, more inclusive, and removes the intimidation of being a new golfer so anyone and everyone can enjoy the game of golf.