The Home of Better Golf in Howard County, MD

Now is the time to perfect your practice.

When you get started this season - why don't you get started the right way?

Come and see Rick Krebs, Lead Golf Channel Academy Coach at Waverly Woods and he will set you on the right path this March.

All About Client Success

"I would not be where I am today without the help of Rick Krebs. He taught me that there was no perfect swing, and he tailored his teachings around what I did best, not around molding me into a set "classic swing". He stressed short game and the basic fundamentals as principles of success."  - Chris Wellde


"I found Rick to be very encouraging and surprisingly did not tell me I was a lost cause. From my first lesson I saw some improvement after practicing a few tips Rick had given me in our short time together. From that lesson I took a few more and continued to build on the areas he gave me to work on. From each lesson Rick emailed me a summary which I printed taped to the wall of my office. I would practice my grip, takeaway and all the fundamentals in my office at work. I decided in the subsequent years to play less and practice more. I saw the biggest improvement in my ball striking after a chipping lesson I received from Rick." - Aaron Thomas


"From the very first meeting with Rick I knew that I found the right person just by the way he connected with me and respected my desires. In the short number of meetings that we have had together Rick has helped me develop a more effective and consistent swing. I have seen my game go from scores of 114 down to 94 in just 4 months and the distance on each club has increased my 10 to 15 yards on each club." - Bill Jackson

Which level are you at? If you want to shoot lower scores, then improving your level is the easiest and quickest way to get there.
How good is your ball striking? How does that translate into your performance on approach shots?
Did you know a Tour Professional is more accurate from 175 metres in the fairway than from 100 metres but in the rough?
The quickest way to lower a score is to improve your short game and putting but, for many golfers, the enjoyment on most holes is lost straight away.