Bryan Zell, PGA Director of Instruction
Joined Westfields professional staff in 1999 after caddying on the LPGA Tour. He is a graduate of George Mason University and played competitive college golf for the Patriots from 1994-1998.
In 2003 Bryan earned his PGA Class "A" membership and won the distinguished Acushnet PGA Apprentice Scholarship. This award is given to the golf professional with the highest marks in the Golf Professional Training Program graduating class of the Middle Atlantic Section.
Bryan's passion to help others play golf better comes from his own experiences with golf instruction as a junior and college player. He has attended numerous national and local PGA Teaching seminars in his continuous ambition to be the best and learned first hand from PGA instructors Andy Plummer, Mike Bennett, Mike Bender, Hank Haney, and Kirk Lucas.
Bryan has coached players that have won tournaments at the Junior, College, and Amateur level. His patient demeanor coupled with his attention to detail and desire to help every student improve ensures a high level of instruction. Bryan prides himself on the fact that he is always learning and continuously striving to become a better instructor.