Golf Instruction


Private Instruction

Sun Valley's dynamic teaching pros, under the direction of PGA Professional Jeff Petersen, offer instruction for every level of player.

Shave a few strokes off your game by taking a pro along for a private lesson, or give your swing or short game a tune-up with a Sun Valley Clinic. Please call the Sun Valley Golf Shop at (208) 622-2251 for more information, enrollment or appointments.

Instruction Staff

Jeff Petersen: Director of Golf

Dominick Conti: Head PGA Professional

Doyle Corbett: PGA Professional

Private Instruction by Appointment


1/2 Hour - One Person$60
1 Hour - One Person$100
1 Hour - Two People$130

Golf Clinics are available upon request

Sun Valley Golf Club

(208) 622-2251

Sun Valley Golf Academy

The 2015 Sun Valley Golf Academy takes place June 1, 2015 through September 15, 2015.

School Per Student - Commuter
1 Day $300 / $355 with 9 Holes
2 Day $600 / $710 with 9 Holes
3 Day $900 / $1065 with 9 Holes
Short Game Session $300 / $355 with 9 Holes

All schools include 4 hours of instruction. Includes: Full Swing, Pitching, Bunker Play, Chipping & Putting. 2:1 student to teacher ratio. Call for pricing for more than 2 students. 


Additional Private Instruction

1/2 Hour - $60

1 Hour - $100

Golf Schools, Clinics, Group Lessons, Playing Lessons, Club fitting, Corporate Programs, Junior Golf Programs, Video Lessons

Teaching Professional: Doyle Corbett - PGA

(208) 720-4698


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Warren Miller’s Latest Premiere Hits Sun Valley


For nearly seven decades now, the ski season officially kicks off whenever the Warren Miller Film Tour comes to town. Going to see the latest work by the legendary filmmaker always lights the fire of every skier and snowboarder, from Boston to Berkeley, from the White Mountains to the Eastern Sierra, from Killington to Ketchum. And professional skier Collin Collins is no different. “I grew up starting the season with the newest Warren Miller film,” Collin said this week. “It always got you stoked for winter and fired up to go skiing again.”