Nippo Lake Instructors
Private Lessons, Adult Clinics, and Golf Camps
PGA Professional Chris Mowers
Professional Teacher Rick Rogers
|Chris Mowers: PGA Head Golf Professional|
originally from Plymouth, New Hampshire, where he grew up and at the age
of 12 began working in the golf industry. He worked in golf course
maintenance throughout high school, including the construction of the
back 9 holes at Nippo Lake.
After graduating from the University
of New Hampshire with a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation Management and
Business Administration, Chris moved to southern California to attend
the Golf Academy of San Diego. Upon graduation in 2002, he began his
career at Morgan Run Resort and Club as an Assistant Golf Professional,
during which time he completed a three level apprenticeship to earn his
“Class A” PGA Membership in 2006.
Chris transferred back to the
east coast in April 2007 to become the First Assistant Golf
Professional at Ipswich Country Club and was promoted to Head Golf
Professional the following year.
Since becoming Nippo Lake’s
Head Professional in 2009, Chris has taken the Member tournaments to the
next level and created the Annual Nippo Lake Cup and new this year, the
Annual Nippo Lake Fourball. In addition, he introduced the Get Golf
Ready Program and has developed a reputation as a highly regarded Golf
Instructor. Coming into his fourth season at Nippo Lake, Chris has
developed many relationships with the Members and Guests of the Club
over the past 3 years. These relationships have begun and grown through
the Members’ participation in tournaments, playing golf together, and
providing instructional services. Please let Chris know if there is
anything he and/or his staff can do to improve your experience at Nippo
Lake Golf Club.
Click Here to View/Print Chris' Golf Camp 2014 Registration Form
Chris Mowers's Golf Camps
|Rick Rogers: Professional Teacher|
Rick Rogers has been involved in the golf business and physical education since 1973. He graduated from Boston University in 1973 with a B.S. in Physical Education and moved on to do graduate work in Kinesiology and Human Movement, graduating from the California Polytechnic College in San Luis Obispo, CA in 1978. To maintain his New Hampshire State Certification in teaching physical education he has taken numerous clinics, workshops and mini courses in all aspects of teaching and coaching.
Rick has worked in public education as a teacher and coach for almost 39 years and is currently at Oyster River Middle School. He developed and instituted the Elementary Physical Education Program in Farmington, NH. In Rochester, NH., he developed and implemented the Varsity and Junior Varsity Golf Program at Spaulding High School, and developed the Adventure-Based Physical Education Curriculum at both Spaulding High School and Rochester Middle School. In conjunction with the Rochester Recreation Department he started the Youth Soccer Program. At the University of New Hampshire he helped develop the Women's Varsity Golf. He was Soccer Coach of the Year, Southwestern "M" Conference, and is in the NH Coaches Hall of Fame. Included in his career are the following publications: "Including Students with Down's Syndrome in Adventure Programming" and "Inclusive Physical Education". WMUR Channel 9's New Hampshire Chronicle aired a segment on "Rick Roger's Junior Golf Camps at Nippo Lake Golf" in September of 2009, and again in April of 2011.
Rick began at Nippo Lake in 1987, he was in the PGA Apprentice Program from 1992 - 1995 and has been Nippo Lake’s Head Teaching Professional since 1997. To quote Chris Mowers, Head Golf Professional, “Rick is the face of Junior Golf at Nippo Lake Golf Club and he is a wonderful man and wonderful teacher -- we are very lucky to have someone with such qualifications!"
Click Here to View/Print Information on Rick Roger's 2014 Junior Development Program
Rick Roger's Golf Camps