Stanford Golf Standout David Games Now Teaching in Long Beach

David Games, Professional Golfer, now teaching at Rec Park in Long Beach, CA.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Stanford Golf Standout David Games Now Teaching in Long Beach
Press Contact: Cheryl Games, 831-241-2364, cgames@mac.comProfessional Golfer, David Games, Returns to Long Beach to Teach at Recreation Park Golf Course

November 17, 2011 Long Beach, CADavid Games, the accomplished junior golfer from Bellflower, California, has recently returned to southern California and is now providing golf instruction at Recreation Park Golf Course, 5001 Deukmejian Drive,
Long Beach, CA 90804.

Before coming back to California, Games had been touring throughout the U.S. and Britain, playing in professional tournaments including Nationwide Tour events; PGA Tour, U.S. and British Open qualifying events; SCPGA events and on mini tours.

“I’m happy to be back where it all started for me,” Games said. “I grew up playing golf in the Long Beach area, where junior programs were heavily supported by the golf community. I have a real fondness for this area, and hope to be able to give back through my teaching and coaching.”

Games started playing at the Compton Par-3 Golf Course at the age of 6. He won his first tournament when he was 9 years old at Little Rec and went to the finals of the Long Beach City Match Play at Big Rec when he was 13 years old. He earned a full athletic scholarship to Stanford University, where he competed from 1978-1982, and made all Pac-10.

David first learned to play at the Compton Par 3 Golf Course.

Games believes that his successful record as a competitor brings a unique learning experience to his students. “I think my passion for the game, and the wide range of experiences I’ve had as a competing professional, will help my students have an appreciation for the game,” Games continues. “Plus, I believe a great way for golfers to improve their skills is to learn from a skilled player.”In addition to teaching at Rec Park, Games intends to play a schedule of tournaments in 2012, and compete in Champions Tour Qualifying School in the Fall of 2012.

Lessons can be scheduled with Games by calling or texting 831-241-2363. For more information, visit