Osceola has talented golf instructors that can work with you to improve your handicap. Our staff is here to help you enjoy the game of golf. Whether a beginner or scratch golfer, we have the instructors that will help you to enjoy the game more.
Ladies Golf Clinics
Saturdays 12:00-2:00 pm
Dates: April 7, 14, & 28; May 5 & 12
Ladies Golf Clinics are $150 for five weeks or $35 per class with a lite lunch each Saturday from 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Classes taught by former PGA Professional and Golf Course Manager Adrian Stills.
Contact our pro-shop at 850-453-7599 for more information or stop by in person to register.
Lessons must be booked through the Osceola Golf Course. Private lessons cost $40 per hour or five lesson package can be purchased for $180. Group lessons start at $40 per hour with an additional $10 charge per additional person.
Tuesday-Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Lessons are open to all ages and all experience levels.
Call Proshop at 850-453-7599 to book lessons.
Juniors can take individual lessons or sign up with The First Tee of Northwest Florida. Please call 850-456-7010 or check out their website for more information.
Adrian Stills - Head Golf Pro & Golf Course Manager
Graduated from Pensacola Catholic High School in 1975, Adrian Stills attended college on a golf scholarship at South Carolina State University where he graduated in 1979. After graduation, he turned pro in 1980 and earned his PGA tour card in 1986. From 1980 - 2000, Adrian lived in Orlando Florida where after leaving the PGA tour in 1989 he started teaching at Grand Cypress Academy of Golf under Fred Griffin and Phil Rogers. He taught golf at that five star resort for 12 years until 2000 when he accepted a position as Director of Instruction for the Robert Trent Jones in Prattville Alabama.
From 2002 until 2004 he taught corp. golf schools around the country for Ford, Dupont, Bayer and Lincoln Mercury. This also included a 14 day trip to Dublin, Ireland with the Lincoln Mercury group. During that time he taught the Dupont Companies golf event out of the Sandestin resort in Destin Florida.
He moved back to Pensacola in 2004 and had the opportunities to start and develop a First Tee Chapter as Executive Director and also become the head golf professional at Osceola Golf Course were he grew up.
- Playing in the High School State Championship in 1973
- Made NAIA All American in golf in 1978 and 79 at South Carolina State University
- MEAC Hall of Fame
- Winner of over 30 mini tour events
- Qualified for the PGA Tour thru Tour School in 1986
- Played in two United States Opens 1986 and 1998