Ventura County Junior Golf Association


Golf Instructors - Practice - Sports Psychology - Fitness - Nutrition

Tierra Rejada Golf Club, Moorpark

Roger Gunn

Sterling Hills Golf Club, Camarillo

Lee Harlow

(805) 604-1234

Moorpark Golf Complex, Moorpark

Paul Holtby

Saticoy Country Club, Somis

Jeff Jones

Westlake Golf Course, Westlake Village

Chris Lehmann-Vatcher

VCJGA Alumni

Westlake Golf Course, Westlake Village

Ted Lehmann

(818) 889-0770 Ext. 241

VCJGA Alumni

Rustic Canyon Golf Course, Moorpark

Dan Martin

River Ridge Golf Club, Oxnard

Lee Martin

(805) 377-9629

Glen Annie Golf Club, Goleta

Marc Minier

(805) 984-6400

The Studio at Twin Lakes, Goleta/S.B.

Don Parsons


Westlake Golf Course, Westlake Village

George Gankas

Camarillo Springs Golf Club, Camarillo

Jacob Lusk

(805) 484-1075

VCJGA Alumni

The Bunker, Ventura

Brett Silvernail

VCJGA Alumni

Spanish Hills Country Club, Camarillo

Jae Suh



Sports Psychology - Fitness - Nutrition



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To work with Dr. Rick Sessinghaus,

contact him directly:  or call

(818) 517-9593


Golf: The Ultimate Mind Game


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Joe Parent, PhD

To work with Dr. Joe Parent in Ojai,

contact him directly: or call

(805) 640-1046






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Zack Ray, DPT

  • Physical Therapy
  • Sports Recovery
  • Cryotherapy
  • Sports Preformance

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Performance Foods

1. Cool water prevents dehydration, a condition that can cause a loss of focus and strength anc can meke you heeart race. Cool water also helps regulateyour core temperature to prevent fatigue.

2. Nuts (walnuts, almonds & pecans) provide energy & help combat inflammation. Lightly salted nuts can help prevent muscle cramps.

3. Raw fruit (bananas, oranges & apples) not only boost energy, their high-water content helps keep your muscles functioning properly. Loaded with vitamins & minerals, they also can control mood swings.

4. Natural beef, chicken or turkey jerky. A steady supply of lean protein keeps you going at peak levels. It also protects you from tissue damage casued by making a lot of swings.

5. Peanut butter.  It's a great source of protein & healty (monounsaturated or polyunsaturated) fat, which helps control inflammation, improve brain function; and supply energy after you burn off carbohydrates. Tryit on a piece of apple or celery

6. Sunflower seeds. They provide non-animal protein, fat & potassium.  They're also rich in antioxidants, which help protect your cells from disease.

- Nutrition Experts:

Amanda Carlson-Phillips & Robert Lang