Zach Allen

Zach teaches aspiring golfers of all levels and ages. His students include nationally-ranked juniors, touring pros, celebrities, and CEOs. But Zach’s goal is always the same: equipping students with a basic understanding of their golf swings — so they become their own, best teachers.


Zach Allen is a PGA-certified golf instructor. He’s been voted the Southern California PGA’s Teacher of the Year and named a Top 25 Golf Instructor and Best Young Teacher in America.


Learn more about Zach — or listen to his students

Tournament Golf

Introducing the next Zach Allen Golf Guide — a comprehensive treatise on tournament golf.


This revolutionary golf primer incorporates numerous multimedia features, including:

      • video explanations and drills;
      • interactive photo galleries and diagrams; and
      • self-test diagnostics.


Now available for iPads and Macs!

Book A Lesson

Zach is available for golf lessons in Burbank on:


      • Tuesdays — 10am to 8pm
      • Wednesdays — 10am to 8pm
      • Fridays — 10am to 8pm
      • Saturdays — 8am to 5pm


Lessons include video swing analysis. Lessons conducted on the golf course include green and cart fees. Click for rates, directions, and schedule a lesson today!

Online Lessons

Have you ever wanted a golf lesson in the privacy of your own home? How about professional swing analysis from a Top 25 instructor for less than half the price of a 30-minute lesson? Now’s your chance! All you need is a camcorder, camera, or cell phone.


For $29.95, you will receive a professional swing analysis — complete with voiceover, side-by-side comparison, and detailed conclusion with faults and fixes. Click for more information

Z-School features hundreds of tutorials, drills, videos, and articles — all designed to improve every aspect of your game. But where to begin? Welcome to Z-School!


    • How To Fix A Slice
    • Proper Setup
    • Driving School
    • Iron Compression
    • Putting
    • Swing Analysis

Zach Allen

Submit your golf-related questions to Zach. Anything goes!


      • rules and etiquette
      • swing theory
      • drills
      • equipment advice
      • swing trainers
      • strategies to best your buddies on the course


Submit your questions. Or check previous answers.

Books, Articles & Tips

Learn Like A Pro, Play Like a Pro

Learn Like A Pro, Play Like A Pro! Apply lasting improvements to your golf game By Rick Sessinghous, PGA & Zach Allen, PGA, Photos By Ryan Noll No matter how advanced the best players in the world become, each and every player does something, somehow, someway to make himself or herself better. No two players […]

Mistakes We Sometimes Make

What’s that thing sticking out of the back of my glove? Turn the page to find out how a tee in your glove can help you around the greens. We all make mistakes. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Tour player or it’s your first time touching a club, we’re human beings, and we’re all […]

Shank! The Cure for Golf’s Most Debilitating Shot

Zach’s treatise on golf’s dreaded mishit — the shank. This revolutionary golf primer incorporates numerous multimedia features, including: (1) video explanations and drills; (2) interactive photo galleries and diagrams; and (3) self-diagnostics.

Greenside Greatness

Never fear bunkers, heavy greenside rough, or the apron again! Zach explains how to hit 40-yard bunker shots, hybrid chips, Texas wedges, flop shots, rolling pitch shots, and the putt chip.

Tips For Sticks

Good golfers struggle with different problems than average golfers. They often hit balls too far with short irons or block shots right because they get stuck on their downswings. Ironically, what make golfers more powerful also give them consistency problems.

Tips From The Tour

Want to play like a PGA Tour player? How does Dustin Johnson crush the golf ball? What’s Hunter Mahan’s secret to hitting nearly 70 percent of the greens every time he plays? Why is Luke Donald so smooth and fluid? Read on!

My Favorite Tips And Drills

Just because the golf season is near a close, there’s still plenty of work to do if you want to keep your swing fresh and up to par for the next golf season. That doesn’t necessarily mean you have to grind out in the cold all winter (Arizona and Palm Springs are great places to […]

Bad Lies

Zach tackles bad lies — feet in bunkers, uphill and downhill lies, balls above and below the feet, flyers, deep rough, pine straw, tight lies, fairway collars… and every other nasty condition you might encounter on the course.

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