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Meet the TEAM
Since Milo’s youth he has had a love for athletics. In his early years he was a standout baseball player, but due to an elbow injury his dreams of playing in the big leagues were dashed. After a bit of coaxing from his father he decided to pick up the game of golf, which came naturally to him. He quickly won two amateur events in his first summer of competition, impressing the head golf coach at Utah Valley University so much Milo was offered a place on his team, and a scholarship. Milo would go on to earn Second Team All-America and Academic All-America honors, as well as a B.S. in International Business while attending UVU. After graduating, he turned professional and played full time on several tours; including The Grey Goose Gateway tour, The A.G. Spanos Tour, and Canadian Tour. He won several events, and rarely missed a cut during the two years he played full time. Since committing his time to coaching, he has also won several PGA section events and qualified to play in the PGA National Championship multiple times.
When it comes to Milo’s philosophy on the golf swing, he has studied athletic movement in basically every sport. He sees that there is crossover, especially in sports involving hitting and throwing (like from his roots in baseball) and therefore encourages a swing based on these movement patterns. His goal as your teacher is to help you learn to apply the athletic skills you already have and to teach you the skills you need in order to improve as a golfer. Milo wants to help you bring out your inner athlete! He has been a PGA Professional since 2005 and joined the team at Superstition Mountain as a Golf Instructor in 2011, teaching under Mike Malaska. His understanding of human movement, attention to detail, and ability to explain complexities in terms everybody can understand, gives Milo a unique aptitude for instruction.
Ed is a father of two and proud grandfather. Like Milo, Ed played every sport you could think of during his youth, but golf caught his eye the most. He went on to play competitive amateur golf ranging from the San Diego City Amateur to the Michelob Ultra Tour.
In the early 2000’s Ed started coaching mini-tour players ranging from the Golden State tour to the PGA Tour Latin America. Since then, his thirst for knowledge has taken him to some of the game’s elite instructors, including: George Gankas, Dana Dahlquist, our very own Milo Lines, and many more. Ed has also received Level 1 and 2 certifications with Swing Catalyst from Dr. Scott Lynn, one of the elite biomechanists in our sport. With everyone being so different, Ed enjoys the challenge of finding your swing, an athletic swing that works best for you! You can find Ed in San Diego, California.
Henry was thrust into golf at a young age after expressing an interest to his parents. At just seven years old he began taking lessons from Kevin Joseph, PGA in Brunswick, Maine. Henry’s game quickly took off and as a junior golfer growing up in the Northeast, won the Maine State Junior Championship in all three age groups and challenged in some of the premier events in the region. He would go on to attend Elms College in Chicopee, Massachusetts where he would win multiple individual titles over his four years. During his senior season, their team also won their conference championship, qualifying them for the 2014 NCAA Division III Championship. After college Henry began caddying and pursuing coaching full-time as an associate member of the PGA of America. Before joining Milo Lines Golf, Henry spent two years as the Head Golf Coach for both the men’s and women’s teams at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine helping them revitalize the programs through aggressive recruiting, coaching, and management.
Henry’s 20+ years in the sport, both in competition and coaching, has given him the opportunity to meet, learn from, and work with prominent figures in our sport. You can also find caddying on the LPGA Tour for his girlfriend, Dana Finkelstein.
Blake has been involved in golf since childhood. His dad originally introduced him to the game at the age of 5. Blake began competing around the age of seven, winning several junior golf titles as well as the Arizona High School State Championship his freshman year. Blake played collegiately at Arizona State University for a year and a half, as well as two and a half years at Colorado State University. During his collegiate career, Blake won two college events, including Colorado State’s home tournament and the historic Tucker Intercollegiate hosted by the University of New Mexico. Blake also earned the honors of Academic All-American during his senior season. After collegiate golf, Blake traveled throughout the US, Canada, and Latin America, competing professionally. Blake had status on the PGA Tour Canada and PGA Tour Latin America. He was the New Mexico Open Champion in 2019 and successfully qualified for several Korn Ferry Tour events.
Blake has always had a passion for the short game and dedicated much of his golf career to finding the common denominator of the best short games around the world. Blake’s goal is to simplify the short game for his clients and make it fun!
Blake has also worked with notable short game coaches, James Sieckmann, Stan Utley, and Howard Twitty.
Zach played athletics throughout his youth and into his collegiate years. As one of the smaller players playing soccer and baseball in college, he learned not only the importance of hard work, but also the need to strategize and train smarter. Zach harnessed this passion for improving his performance and body by pursuing a career in physical training. While attending Arizona State University, he studied physical therapy, and worked in three different PT settings earning a B.S. Exercise and Wellness, ASU / NASM CPT. This gave him the opportunity to learn the specific and unique needs of each of his clients, from a person beginning to workout for the first time to a professional athlete at the top of their sport.
Zach now specializes in golf fitness training. Having completed TPI’s (Titleist Performance Institute) Level 3 Certification, this has given him the tools, alongside his own understanding, to identify the needs of each individual golfer and create a best course of action. Zach has also spent time with many of the most well-known and sought after golf fitness professionals and is always striving to learn and improve his craft. You can also find Zach at Superstition Mountain G&CC training members, outside clients, elite amateurs, and professional golfers on the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, Japan Tour, and Epson Tour.
Giulia is a 16 year veteran of the LPGA and Ladies European Tours. In 1998 she won the prestigious European Ladies Amateur Championship to kick start her career and would go on to amass 13 Top 10’s on the LPGA Tour, represent Team Europe in the 2013 Solheim Cup (which they won), and represent her home country of Italy in the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Having dedicated half her life to being the best she could be as a professional player, including living in the U.S. for 20 years, Giulia now enjoys coaching and sharing her knowledge with others. As a lover of sports, she believes the golf swing is an athletic movement.
After some time in Arizona and watching Milo’s coachings online from afar, the methods began to resonate with Giulia as she looked to begin coaching the game herself. As the newest member of the Milo Lines Golf team, she enjoys sharing the benefits of a more rotational golf swing, and the excitement brought about by creating a more dynamic move. Throughout her career, she has met many different coaches, but now finds Milo’s teaching to be the best in creating a solid foundation to strike it more consistently. When Giulia is not on the golf course, you can find her skiing and rock climbing near her home in the Italian Alps.
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