Five Iron Golf’s world-class instructors offer private and semi-private lessons for beginner and advanced players alike. Our pros are available for lessons from as early as 6am to as late as 10pm. Each lesson features state-of-the-art metrics and video analysis on Trackman simulators.

NYC Fidi

22 Stone Street, New York, 10004

NYC Flatiron

138 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10011

NYC Herald Square

883 Avenue of the Americas Floor 3, New York, NY 10001






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Director of Golf

Mike Doyle

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Director of Golf

Steve Keogh


golf instructor tom sutter
Senior Golf Professional

Tom Sutter

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Senior Golf Professional

Susan Choi

Senior Golf Professional

Federico Frangiamore

Senior Golf Professional

Lois Kim


Golf Professional

Ben Belfield

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Golf Professional

James Field

Golf Professional

Kate Granahan

Golf Professional

James Cunha

Golf Professional

Steve Chung

Associate Golf Professional

Jacinth Thomas

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  • PGA Teaching Professional Dan McCracken hails from the small island town of Margate, New Jersey. Being introduced to golf at an early age, Dan became immediately fascinated with the golf swing and its ability to maneuver ball flight. Naming influences from too many instructors to count, Dan prides himself on a unique teaching style with a strong emphasis on helping his clients reach their goals in the most efficient manner possible.

  • Mike started playing golf at the age of nine and quickly took to the game. He was a four-year varsity high school golfer and an all-county player. While attending Siena College, he began teaching during his summers while working at several clubs on Long Island. After graduating, Mike became an assistant golf professional at Brynwood G&CC and finished first in the PGA’s playing ability test.

  • Steve Keogh has been a member of the Australian PGA for 15 years and is recognized as one of the Best Young Teachers in America by Golf Digest. Steve has a love for tournament golf having played mini tours around Australia, however his interest in the golf swing and how the body works saw him focus his efforts into coaching.

    Having had the privilege of working under some of the world’s top coaches including Jim McLean, David Leadbetter and Dr. Rob Neal, a specialist in 3D motion, Steve brings a variety of creative solutions into his arsenal to ensure his students get tailored recommendations for their golf game. Having additional certifications in fitness (TPI) and technology (Golf BioDynamics, Trackman) add to his perspective. Steve believes while there are basic fundamentals of the golf swing, every player is different in how they move. With students ranging in experience levels from complete beginners to top amateurs, juniors through to professionals, Steve will craft a program that will help you reach your goals, improve your ball-striking and lower your score.

  • Tom was recognized as one of the Top 50 PGA teaching professionals in America by Golf Range Magazine. Tom’s most recent victory was at the 2013 Metropolitan PGA Senior Championship, defeating all the top senior players in New York. Tom has worked extensively with Jim McLean, was the Director of Instruction at Chelsea Piers, and has given golf instruction to Mayor Mike Bloomberg, former Vice Presidential Candidate Geraldine Ferraro, and actress Janet Jones.

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  • Federico Frangiamore began golfing at the age of 5, and it was not long before his talent was recognized nationally. At 10, he won the Mickey Mouse Tournament, one of Italy’s most prestigious U-14 tournaments. In 2002 he was recognized by the Italian Federation of Golf as “Official Member of the Italian National Golf Team” and he began competing in International Championships on the European Tour. In 2005, at the age of 19, he won the Leone San Marco Golf Tournament in Venice, one of the oldest and most prestigious Tournaments in Italy. In September of that same year he became a member of the PGAI and assumed the position of Head Professional.

    Federico is amongst the highest regarded golf educators in Italy, and he possesses a special and unique technique to teach the fundamentals of golf basics. His approach to tactical game elements can make his students stronger and mentally  more prepared to handle the competitive rigors of golf, while also instilling in them an enthusiasm for the game. Federico moved to NYC in late 2013 and has since been featured in The New Yorker Magazine as well as Golf Magazine because of his teaching skills, professionalism and ability to deliver effective ways to improve any level of golfer’s swing in a small amount of time.

  • Lois, a NY native, grew up competing in the MET PGA section. A local talent who amassed more than 16 individual junior championship titles, including the 2011 Long Island Women’s Amateur Championship. With her background as a playing professional and a coach, she specializes in the development of junior golfers to compete in elite levels such as the AJGA and the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour.

  • Ben Belfield brings a wealth of coaching and teaching experience to Five Iron Golf from his years of competition as both a player and a coach/teacher. Upon graduating from Northwood University with a degree in business management, he turned professional and played on mini tours in the United States and Europe. During that time, Belfield advanced through local qualifying for the U.S. Open and also competed in several Monday qualifiers on the PGA TOUR. He earned several top-five finishes on the Tamsel Tour and Players Tour in the United Kingdom. A native of Manchester, England, Belfield currently resides in Brooklyn with his wife Kezia and sons Isaac and Harrison.

  • James, originally from England, grew up playing golf in Dubai. After a successful Junior, College and National amateur career he competed in Professional Events in Europe and Asia. Since then, he has worked around the globe in all aspects of golf including teaching with Top 100 instructors, representing major Manufacturers and establishing Custom-Fit programs. As a student of traditional and new technology teaching theories his own unique teaching style has been successful for beginners, weekend and tour golfers.

  • PGA Teaching Professional James Cunha is a New York native who grew up in the town of Medford. He got his start in golf parking carts at a local club and went on to attend Campbell University where he received his PGA certification. James spent the past eight years working at private clubs teaching golf and learning from top PGA professionals. He strives to not only improve his students’ swings, but also help them better understand the game of golf.

  • Steve, a native New Yorker, started playing golf at 4 years young and has been competing for 15+ years in junior and professional tournaments. Steve was previously ranked #2 Player of the Year Junior in the Met Section. Steve now focuses his time on golf instruction. Steve has working experience with Mike Bender Academy, Dave Pelz Golf School and 6+ years primarily teaching at Centennial Golf Club. Steve utilizes his playing and teaching experience to help golfers at all levels to help achieve their goals.