The Eisman Golf Academy Team

Jon Eisman

There are many who profess to be lifelong students of the game, but few match Jon’s experience to back that up. After an early career into professional golf, seeing how instructors at the tour level knew so much about the game, Jon discovered his true passion was in teaching the game. 

Having been an understudy for some of the most famous golf instructors, Jon brings insight from the highest of competitive golf experiences to help students improve their games. 

Between spending time with wife and two kids, Jon spends hours continuing his studies in biomechanics, movement patterns, and forward dynamics. 

Wonsuk Rhee

After a competitive amateur golf career at George Mason University, Wonsuk finally acknowledged that his love for learning and sharing the game exceeded his desire to compete. Wonsuk has achieved several levels of teaching certifications, including most recently Trackman Level 1&2.

Wonsuk specializes in working with young golfers by teaching how to be a better golfer and more aware golfer while still enjoying the game. His competitive experience in D1 competition translates to true wisdom and experience in helping young golfers achieve the often overlooked mental control on the course.

Chris Upham

Hailing from Coastal Carolina University and the PGM program, Chris joined the EGA in 2017. Chris’s hard work and dedication has led to his promotion to lead golf instructor at twin lakes golf course! His past competitive experience coupled with Jon’s mentoring and certifications enable Chris to provide expert instruction to players of all skill levels.

He holds Trackman level I and II and Bodi Trak certifications. Chris has also completed teaching courses taught by Dana Dahlquist, a world-renowned instructor of swing mechanics.

Areas of instruction include full swing, short game, putting, on course instruction and golf hole diagnosis/playing strategies.  He provides one-on-one, group, and academy instruction. Chris most enjoys seeing his students improve and shoot lower and more consistent scores.