Bob Lasken

Bob Lasken has been teaching professionally for more than 12 years and has taught over 30 touring pros, 40 college players and hundreds of junior golfers. He was named one of the Top 20 Instructors in the Nation (under 40 Years of Age) by Maximum Golf Magazine in 2001. In 2009, he was named a Golf Digest-Top 20 instructor in California. Southland Golf Magazine rated Bob Lasken the best golf instructor in California in 2007.
Lasken’s Lasken’s students have won on the Nationwide, US Junior, Champions, Japanese, Korean, Hooters, Golden State, AJGA and SCPGA Tour, as well as in NCAA Division 1 competition. He has taught two U.S. Junior Champions, James Oh and Sihwan Kim. Lasken’s student Jin Park beat Tiger Woods record for the youngest to Qualify for the Nissan Open. Lasken also taught James Oh when he beat Bobby Jones’ record for the youngest player to qualify for the US Amateur.
Before beginning his teaching career, Lasken won the Junior World Championship–13-14 Age Division, The California State Junior Championship, State CIF at Pebble Beach, the National High School Championship in Lexington, Kentucky 1984, and he medaled in the California State Amateur. An All-American and playing captain at UCLA, he helped lead the Bruins to the NCAA Championship in 1988. As a professional, he led the money list on the Golden State Tour and won over 20 professional tournaments. While playing in the 1991 US Open at Hazeltine Golf Club, he recorded two eagles in one round, a U.S. Open record.
Bob Lasken teaches all levels, from beginner to professional, junior to senior golfers, and intermediate to advanced players.
Bob Lasken can be reached at (714) 906-5100 or