When she started with Skip, IK Kim, LPGA was ranked 9th in the world. Her driving distance was 223 yards. After training for 14 months, with Skip, IK’s driving distance was 243 yards, and she was ranked top 5 in the world.
University of Arizona Hall of Fame, Harry was the #1 player on the 1992 U of A NCAA Championship team, and a first team All American.
Harry has been training with Skip for over 6 years.
He was 38 when he qualified for the 2010 US Amateur Championship at Chambers Bay, host of the 2015 US Open. Harry easily handled the severe physical test of the course and was the oldest player in the field to qualify for the match play rounds. ( Jordan Speith, Patrick Reed did not make it to match play ).
Harry turned pro again in attempt to get his PGA tour card. He missed getting to the 3rd stage by a couple shots. He is now training for the PGA Champion’s tour. Age 44 : swing speed 117 mph, ball speed 172.
Gabby worked with Skip for 7 months, winning the US Junior Girls Amateur in 2013. She currently has a full golf scholarship to USC., and plays for the USC Golf Team.
Haley is a 16 year old amateur phenom who has been working with Skip for 3 years. In 2015 she was the youngest amateur to make the cut in the LPGA ANA Major Championship, and held the record for the longest drive of the week; sending the ball 295 yds. Haley also had the highest ball speed recorded at the Kingdom at Taylormade Golf Co., clocking in at 155 mph. She now has a full golf scholarship to University of Arizona.
Josh is a professional golfer who has trained with Skip for over 5 years. During that time Josh won once on the Canadian tour and was top 5 on the money list, with a swing speed of 115 mph, and a ball speed 170 mph.
Note: There is a reoccurring theme here. Whether they are professional or amateurs, all of Skip’s clients seem to process high swing and ball speeds.
Brianna Navarrosa is a 2016 CIF Girls Golf Champion and young golfing phenom. She has showed drastic improvement under Skip Redford's expert tutelage. She is ranked #34 in the USA and 5th in her graduating class of 2020.
Congratulations to Calista Reyes! She has just recently committed to a scholarship to Stanford University. She now is the number 1 ranked junior in California for her graduating class and 16th ranked in the USA.
Calista understands that greatness is not given but earned through hard purposeful work! All the hard practice and training sessions has paid off in spades, as she will be now part of a high caliber college golf program while getting a top notch education.
In the last month, she was a medalist in the US WOMEN'S AMATEUR QUALIFYING , US JUNIOR AMATEUR QUALIFYING , and played on the WYNDHAM CUP.
Calista Reyes also ranked 34 in USA and 11th in the 2018 graduating class. Calista placed 5th in the 2016 Southern California Women's Golf Championship.
A lot of top junior players would have rested on those accomplishments. Not Calista!