Certified Golf Coach
Over 20 years of experience
McKenzie Wells is an LPGA Teaching Professional, LPGA - USGA Girls Golf site administrator, and US Kids Certified instructor that has been in the Boston area for over 4 years with her husband and two young children. She started playing the game of golf at the age of 6 and was determined to make golf her career. McKenzie was the Colorado High School State Champion in 1998 and earned a Golf Scholarship to Texas A&M University. After College, McKenzie played on the Futures Tour from 2003-2004. McKenzie loves to teach and mentor those that are interested in learning the game in a non-intimidating environment, as well as those that are trying to advance their current skill level. She currently teaches group lessons, individual lessons, Women, Men, and Juniors at Nashawtuc Country Club and Bosse Sports.
McKenzie is patient, knowledgable and easy to understand. I have built confidence and a much greater understanding of the mechanics of the game by working with her. Her approach is fun and effective.- Marian Sullivan
“I am a junior golfer and I have worked with McKenzie for almost two years. She has taken my golf game to a whole new level. She really helped to fix issues with my swing and has lots a great drills that I can also work on outside of our lessons. I learn something new at every session and I really enjoy working with McKenzie."- Ellie
“McKenzie has helped me tremendously with my golf game, her approach is very effective. She was able to quickly zero in on the issues I was having and really helped me visualize how to make adjustments. With her help I have dramatically lowered my handicap and continue to work with her to refine my overall golf game."- Jeanne de Andrade
Playing competitive golf is demanding.
To consistently perform in that environment, athletes should follow a strategic yearlong training program. We do not advocate full-time participation in golf, but students should continue the process of refining and maintaining their skills during the off-season for continued success.
LPGA-USGA Girls Golf is a developmental junior golf program that encourages girls to learn to play golf, build friendships and sample competition in a supportive environment.
Sessions are 6 weeks long both outdoor and indoors. Girls are paired accordingly by age and skill and we spend 1 to 1 ½ hours working on and learning about the game of golf.
Every student is different and that’s what makes golf great! Each lesson is tailored toward the student/s skill and or understanding of the game. Lessons focus on full swing, short game, putting, and on course instruction.
Private and semi-private lessons are available to Adults and Juniors both indoors and outdoors, as well as select clinics and beginner golf groups.
Operation 36® is organized by a network of golf professionals who believe that in order to grow the game, we need to have a motivating player development roadmap to help introduce and develop skilled golfers. McKenzie Wells runs the Nashawtuc Jr Academy (powered by Operation 36) in Concord, MA. This is a hugely successful golf program for kids of all ages! Learn more about this program here: ages 3-6 and ages 7-18 (link to brochures in email).