Rod Lidenberg has been teaching golfers how to play the game for the past 45 years. He is one of a select few in the country to earn the designation of PGA Master Professional.
Rod played four years of varsity golf at Fargo South High School and then went on to play an additional four years at North Dakota State University. After earning his four-year degree, he enrolled in the school’s Graduate Program, while at the same time coaching the men’s and women’s golf teams for two years.
Rod assumed the role of Head Professional at Edgewood G.C. in Fargo, North Dakota at the age of twenty-one. He moved to the Minneapolis area in 1977 accepting the position of Teaching Professional at the famed Interlachen Country Club.
During his playing career as an amateur, he competed in two U.S.G.A. National Public Links Championships, and as a PGA Professional, he played a series of exhibition matches with some of the top playing professionals in the country.
“The secret sauce is never stop trying to better your craft.”
Instruction is available at Bluff Creek Golf Course in Chanhassen during the summer season and at an indoor dome facility in the winter.