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Perform at the Highest Level

Competitive golf is a balance of science and art. At GP Lab, we focus on the golf swing and stroke through various systems of technology. We use the GP Lab P-System for swing and stroke analysis. By getting the science down, we are able to examine the kinematics, kinetic timing and tempo of your swing and stroke. Our up-to-date technology will bring deeper awareness to your game. With the Swing Catalyst, a high-speed video and simulator, will provide 2D visual swing analysis. The GC Quad launch monitor will give a player a better understanding of ball and club data. Furthermore, our other technological services of K-Coach/K-Play 3D system and Blast Motion will give further insights to your swing and stroke. Through these platforms, our science-based coaching will lead to quicker success on the course.

Meet The Team

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David Wurzer, PH.D., PGA Master Professional

Director of Instruction

Dr. David Wurzer is a PGA Master Professional and Certified Golf Coach at GP Lab. He is also an Assistant Women’s and Men’s Golf Coach at Pomona-Pitzer Colleges. Dr. Wurzer’s extensive certification background includes: Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) G 3, JR 3, GM 2; K-Vest Certified, Level 1; BodiTrak Certified, Golf Ground Mechanics; Blast Putt Certified, Level 1; Opti Certified Professional; GolfPsych Mental Game Instructor, and US Kids Certified Junior Instructor. David has provided instructional segments to USA Today, The Golf Channel, National University Golf Academy, YouTube, and the Southern California Golf Show. He is an exceptional student and coach of the great game of golf. His areas of expertise includes sport pedagogy (science and art of coaching), sport psychology (mental training), and golf educator.

Available for Lessons on Thursdays Only

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Robin Kang


Robin Kang is a Southern California native who took up the game at a young age. He started out competing in local junior circuits through the SCPGA Junior Tour as well as opportunities to play overseas and nationally with the USGA and AJGA. He continued his playing career at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA where they went on to win WCC Championships his sophomore year. Robin has competed at a high level at all tiers through his collegiate career and garners the knowledge of what it takes for a player to successfully transition from junior golf to playing at a collegiate level. Through his experience he’s able to provide players with accurate insight on how to build their tournament schedule and resume in order to gain attraction from universities and coaches to compete at their desired level. “I believe in the significance of continued education and the benefits of competing at the collegiate level. It is an invaluable experience and golf has provided me with many opportunities that I wouldn’t have had otherwise.”

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