Since age 10, Tim Krumnow has been participating in and playing golf whenever he got the chance. Tim played golf throughout his high school career at Dulles High School, and soon, he went off to the San Jacinto Jr. College to play college golf.
After passing the Florida Golf Schools Teaching Academy, Tim turned professional and worked for Florida Golf Schools until starting U.S. Schools of Golf with Mitch Crum in 1991. While teaching and spreading his golfing wisdom all over Florida, Tim also started competing in and winning various mini-tour events, until he decided to try to play on the PGA Tour through the PGA Q-School.
After missing out on qualifying for the Tour by 1 stroke, he decided to concentrate on his teaching where many other Tour professionals sought him out to help them with their game. Tim decided that teaching is what he loved most and wanted his future to be.
Upon leaving the U.S. Schools of Golf, Tim returned to Houston to work at various golf courses and instruction facilities where he trained under Butch Harmon, Keith Fergus, Dave Pelz, Vic Wilk among various other PGA Professionals.
Soon, Tim got offered and accepted a Head Golfing Professional position in Kansas at Terradyne Resort and Country Club, where he started another golfing school to get back to his teaching roots.
The club ended up being sold shortly after working there, and Tim returned to Houston to help build River Ridge and start a teaching Academy. He ended up getting an opportunity to move to Washington State, start another teaching academy and run Sage Hills Golf Club and Horn Rapids Golf Club.
In Washington, Tim got a huge opportunity to work and train under Chris Aoki. Chris and her husband, Kirk, taught me about putter fitting and putting instruction by utilizing the Fit2Aim system.
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Throughout his career, Tim has been Certified by the PGA in: Instruction, Retail, Golf Operations, Tournament Operations, General Management, Ownership & Leasing, all while working on becoming a Master PGA Professional.
Tim has also been Certified by the Professional Clubmakers Society as: Master Fitter, Master Clubmaker, and Master Club Repair. In addition, he has been Certified by every shaft and club manufacturer on the market today as: Certified Fitter, Stack & Tilt and Plane Truth Certified Instructor.
Tim believes that he has to understand as much about the golfing equipment as he does about the impact and science behind individuals’ golf swings, in order to truly optimize what each player has to do to reach their goals.
He strives to be the best instructor that he can be by staying updated on his skills and the trends throughout the market. Tim is passionate about continued education and certification in the latest golfing technology and teaching methods.
He is proud to be one of the few K-Vest, Trackman and Swing Catalyst instructors in Houston.
Tim looks for instruction improvement whenever possible and is dedicated to investing his time in new knowledge in order to be the best golfing instructor that he can be for his clients.
Tim has set 4 course records: Country Place – 62, Del Lago – 63, Canyon Lakes – 64, and Terradyne – 62.
If you’re searching for a golfing instructor who has the passion and dedication to build and maximize your skills, knowledge and confidence on the course, Tim Krumnow is the Certified Golfing Professional for you!
Tim Krumnow is 1/42 out of 24,000 PGA members to earn all
6 Advanced PGA Specialty Certifications
The only master
Club Repair Technician
in Houston, Texas
Certified fitter for Mizuno, TaylorMade, Callaway and Ping.
Looking to stand out? As a Master Clubmaker I also offer golf club customizations. I have shafts from every major shaft company to ensure you get the best fit possible.
Master Club Repair Technician providing repairs such as: re-shafting, re-gripping, grinding wedges, stamping wedges, paint refill of club lettering, regroove, remove most nicks and scratches, shorten or lengthen clubs, bending lie angles or loft with digital Mitchell machines.