SOUTHPAW GOLF ACADEMY
"FOR LEFTIES BY LEFTIES"
"Nick Kumpis became a very good teacher very quickly. He
was trained by the best in the business and he knows how to
teach golf. He has a superior attitude and a tremendous work
ethic, and those qualities earned him my respect and a position
with the Nicklaus/Flick Golf Schools."
Jim Flick - September 2005
Seth is Director of Instruction at Monarch Beach Golf
Links in Dana Point, CA. He was chosen by Jack
Nicklaus and Jim Flick in 1992 to be a member of the
original teaching staff of the "Nicklaus/Flick Golf
Schools." Throughout his career, Seth has taught in over
24 countries and 38 states.
Seth was named to the 2005 "Golf Magazine Top
Teachers in the U.S." list, and has appeared in several
instructional segments on "The Golf Channel." He has
coached and analyzed the swings of members of the
PGA, LPGA, Champions, Canadian and Asian Tours.
Seth is host of “Total Control Golf” video instruction
series, was keynote speaker of the 2000 Hong Kong
Annual Teaching Summit, and was named the 1993
Junior Golf Leader of the Year by PGA of America.
"Golf is a game, and a game is meant to be fun. No
one makes learning the game more fun than Seth
Glasco. But make no mistake, behind Seth's
entertaining demeanor is a knowledgeable instructor
who is gifted in his ability to teach the game and
blessed with the talents to make it enjoyable."
Jack Nicklaus - April 2002
Nick Kumpis, PGA Member, is a teaching professional at
named Top 25 Golf Instructoror by "Golf Tips Magazine."
Kumpis previously was a teaching professional at Pelican
Hill Golf Club and also Anaheim Hills and Dad Miller Golf
Courses, where as Director of Instruction, he founded the
Anaheim Golf Academy. Nick was also named by U.S. Kids
Golf "Top 50 Master Kids Instructor."
His experience includes extensive work with perennial top
instructors Jim Flick, Hank Haney and Mike Malaska, while
teaching for the Nicklaus/Flick Golf Schools and the ESPN
Golf Schools. Kumpis founded and runs the Southpaw Golf
Academy, a school tailored to the needs of left-handed
golfers. A PGA member, he is highly-skilled in video swing
analysis and also uses the TOMI video putting system.
As an ESPN Golf Schools Top 25 and Lead Instructor, Nick
frequently contributed to ESPN.com’s Instructor Mailbag,
offering tips and answering golf questions. He also
recorded video tips featured on ESPN Motion within the Golf
home page of ESPN.com and on Lexus.com in 2003.