Tim Peightal is the Director of Operations at the Summit Golf School in Daytona Beach Florida.
To his credit, he has students who have played the LPGA, Nike and various different mini tours.
Peightal started his career at the Disney golf operations where he had the opportunity to observe and study some
of the top instructors today. Those include Bob Toski, Jim Flick, Bill Strausbaugh and Davis Love Jr.
Tim later worked with the 1928 U.S Open
champion Johnny Farrell (at the country club of Florida) and the 1935 PGA champion Johnny Revolta (at
the Evanston Golf club). Tim was also the head professional at Indiana Country Club for seven years
before moving back to Florida to work as head professional at Family Golf and Sports club. Finally, Tim
was the Director of instruction at the United States Senior Golf Academy for six years,
until starting Summit Golf Academy in 1995. Peightal’s
goal as a teacher has been to find as many ways possible to make learning the game of golf fun. “After
all is said and done,” he says, “It's the greatest game on earth.” Peightal feels that "Golf swings are like fingerprints, their all a little different".