When you take lessons at the Tsawwassen Springs Academy you will enjoy access to the short game area, practice putting green, and our private heated covered teaching center that features mirrors and training aids for year round improvement.
Just looking to hit some balls? The Driving Range consists of 19 stalls, 8 covered and heated for more comfortable practice during the winter.
Meet our Professionals
Danny Long joined the team at Tsawwassen Springs in November of 2016 in the role of Director of Golf & PGA of Canada Head Professional. Turning Professional in 2004, Danny spent 11 years at Fairview Mountain Golf Club where he was Head Professional, before moving to Vancouver in 2016 joining the staff at Marine Drive as an Associate. His achievements include two professional wins, as well as being named Golf Professional of the Year for the Interior in 2015. In his eyes he doesn’t think there is one universal best way to swing the club, everyone is unique and has their limitations. With a focus on fundamentals and sound technique, he believes with practice every golfer can reach their full potential. The bottom line is simple: when golfers improve they get more enjoyment from the game, and more importantly they have more fun.
Andy Garcia is a Tsawwassen local, he is excited to begin his professional golf career at Tsawwassen Springs. Andy’s experience includes: successfully passing his Play Ability Test earlier this year, completing the Golf Operations Management Course at Selkirk College in 2014, as well as currently working on completing his NCCP certification. He started working in the golf industry at Quilchena G&CC where he worked for 5 years. Andy has now been at Tsawwassen Springs for 5 years and has helped grow the golf department and is excited to apply his knowledge and enthusiasm towards instructing golfers of all abilities.
Matthew Steger grew up in North Vancouver, BC. As a junior he played most of his golf at Seymour Golf & Country Club where he grew to the love the game. After a long competitive Amateur career that included competing in many prestigious events such as BC Amateurs, Canadian Amateurs, Canadian Mid-Amateurs and the 2015 USGA Mid-Amateur at John’s Island Club in Vero Beach, Florida, Matthew decided to turn Professional and join the PGA of Canada in February of 2016. He started his professional career at the McCleery Golf Course in Vancouver as the Assistant Professional for two years then decided to move to Tsawwassen Springs in March of 2018. Matthew enjoys competing in as many tournaments as he can and competes on many local professional tours. He has one professional win to his credit and believes his background in competitive golf can benefit golfers of all skill levels.
Many customized options for clients including learning how to golf in just days; junior golf lessons; fine-tuning for seasoned veterans; short game lessons on chipping, pitching, putting, sand play and on-course playing lessons.