At Bensalem, our golf professionals are available to help you with all aspects of your game. Private Lessons are generally 30-40 minutes. Couples and group lessons are also available upon request. If you are interested in learning all aspects of the game, feel free to take advantage of our package deal!

Private Lessons: $50/person

Package Lessons (4 Lessons): $175/person *Save $25

Group Lessons: Please call the Proshop for more information about group lessons.

Learn about our Golf Professionals:

John Carpineta

PGA Professional

John Carpineta (“Johnny C”) gained his PGA card at age 64. He is a member of the Philadelphia Section PGA where he serves on the Player Development Committee, co-chairs the PGA Reach Program called HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) along with the Wounded Warriors Project and Philly VA Amputee Swing endeavor. John has been an Assistant Professional at Bensalem for 31 years.

John loves to compete in tournaments. He is the oldest member still competing on the FDS Winter Tour and plays in Section and PAO events. He won the PGA Bunker Club Championship in 2012. and In 2015, John won the PGA Player Development Award in the Philadelphia Section. John shares any success with his fellow assistants and staff at Bensalem under the leadership of his Director of Golf, James Bogan.

Tom Hueston

Teaching Professional

Tom, a Philly native and Archbishop Ryan graduate, has been in the golf industry for over 30 years. After high school, Tom continued his golf career at Temple University in 1983-84. Shortly after, he moved to Myrtle Beach, SC to work as a golf professional at Indian Wells for five years.

In 1993, Tom returned back home to Bensalem CC, where he still resides as an Assistant Golf and Teaching Professional.

Matt Foust

Teaching Professional

A Bensalem native, Matt has been in the golf industry for more than 12 years. After playing golf at Marshall University, Matt came back to Bensalem as the Teaching Professional since 2007.

Matt has an extensive background with the development of junior golfers, which many have gone on to achieve collegiate golf scholarships.

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