Ed Oldham, a two-time Colorado PGA Teacher of the Year and a PGA Master Professional, brings a love for the game of golf and teaching the game to The Ranch Country Club where he has been the Head Golf Professional since 1991. Ed’s many accolades include being named to every Golf Digest Top Teachers in State list since they started the list in 2000.
Ed has been a coach to high school, collegiate and state champions. Ed’s students have won Colorado Player of the Year awards on nine different occasions and he has coached two different golfers into the top 20 in Division I golf including the number one ranked player in Division I. You don’t have to be a great player to learn and improve with Ed. He enjoys teaching and helping players of all abilities.
Ed has been a teacher of teachers through speaking at education programs through the Colorado PGA and Proponent Group Teaching Summits.
Ed’s influence has been varied but he has had the most influence from great teachers like Mike Malaska, Jim Flick, Hank Haney, Joe Bosco and Dr. Jim Suttie. Ed has been a lifelong learner and continues to learn and improve every day.
A native of North Platte, Nebraska, Ed grew up learning the game from his father who was a college golf coach and later, a PGA Member and from Rich Skinner who was the Head Golf Professional at North Platte Country Club.