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The golf staff at Westwood is ready to help you with your game. Led by our Director of Instruction, Scott Hause, we offer individual instruction as well as group learning options. For more information on programs please contact Scott.

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Scott Hause

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Director of Instruction

Westwood Golf Club is excited to welcome Scott Hause as our new Director of Instruction. Scott, a PGA member since 2011, began his career as an assistant professional at Golfcrest Country Club in Pearland. It was at Oak Hills CC in San Antonio that he discovered his niche for teaching and coaching under the guidance of top 100 teacher Bryan Gathright. Since then Scott has had the privilege of working at Houston Country Club and ShadowHawk Golf Club. Priding himself on taking complex swing mechanics and making them simple and easy to implement we are confident that he can help anybody with their game.

Scott brings numerous programs to go along with private instruction. They include ladies classes, junior golf programs throughout the school year as well as a summer program, plus specialty classes such as “Short Game Sick Bay”. He will also host one-day golf schools with guest instructors periodically throughout the year.

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Mickey Collins, PGA

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Assistant Golf Professional

Mickey Collins is a new addition to the Westwood professional golf staff, joining us in the beginning of March, all the way from Youngstown, Ohio. Mickey is a Class A PGA Member since 2017, and attended Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, attaining his Bachelors degree in professional golf management. Mickey previously worked at the JW Marriott Marco Island, in Marco Island, Florida the past two years, and is very excited to continue his professional career at Westwood.

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Gene Potter

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Director of Golf, PGA

Gene Potter has been the Director of Golf at Westwood since 2007. He began his career at Essex County Country Club in New Jersey and after being elected into the PGA of America, became the Head Professional at Essex County’s West Course. Although having grown up in New Jersey, Gene earned a degree in business administration from Trinity University in San Antonio and later returned there to work at Pecan Valley Golf Club which had hosted the 1967 PGA of America Championship. Leaving the club side of the golf business, he spent several years as a sales representative for some of the industry's most prestigious companies. Being an excellent teacher and player, Gene enjoys helping the members improve their game with his simple teaching methods. “The game of golf is actually quite easy – it is us who make it so hard.”