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Golf Lessons & Player Development

At Rancho Murieta Country Club our Golf Professionals strive to help our members become better players in order to enhance their club experience and overall enjoyment of the game. We do so by incorporating a common methodology covering swing fundamentals, ball flight characteristics, swing drill implementation and the ability to teach our students to understand their own swings.

Private Lessons & Clinics

RMCC offers many different teaching options to accommodate all of your instructional needs.


Junior Golf

RMCC Junior Golf offers Spring, Summer and Fall programs along with year-round private lessons for all ages 5 and above.


Lesson Rates

Adult 1/2 hour lesson- $60
Junior 1/2 hour lesson- $40

Adult hour lesson- $110
Junior hour lesson- $75

Adult Five 1/2 hour winter lesson package- $225
Adult Five 1/2 hour lesson package- $250
Adult 1/2 hour lesson- $55
Junior 1/2 hour lesson- $40

Adult hour lesson- $100
Junior hour lesson- $75

Adult Five 1/2 hour winter lesson package- $225

Adult Five 1/2 hour lesson package- $250

Practice with the Pro- $10


Brian Little picked up the love of the game of golf from his father who worked in the golf business. Brian started playing golf with his dad when he was 4 years old and started playing in tournaments when he was 10.

Brian's family are members of the Rancho Murieta Country Club and spending time at the course with his family is how Brian spent most of his childhood. Brian also enjoyed playing baseball, tennis, soccer, basketball and bowling growing up, but his passion for golf won over all other sports.

In 1996 he participated in his first junior golf tour "SAY Golf" which is now the First Tee.

Brian attended Sheldon High School from 1998-2002 and made the Varsity golf team his freshman year.

In 2000 Brian began working for Mizuno as a Tech Rep. and started working at Rancho Murieta Country Club as a cart boy.

Brian won five First Tee events overall in 2001 and one JGANC (Junior Golf Association of Northern California) that same year.

In 2002 Brian headed to Sacramento State University on a golf scholarship and placed 2nd in the 2003 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo college tournament at Cypress Ridge Golf Course.

On a tournament roll, Brian placed 2nd at Santa Clara's college tournament at Silver Creek Valley G.C., Brian's collegiate scholarship doubled his sophomore year and he earned the team's MVP award.

In 2007 Brian graduated from Sacramento State with a BA degree in Art Studio and in 2008 started working for Ancil Hoffman Golf Course as an Assistant Pro.

Will Robins Golf welcomed Brian to the team in 2011. Brian was Head Coach of the WR Golf location in Lincoln at Turkey Creek G.C. and in Elverta at Cherry Island G.C. 
Invest in fun and understanding your game with Hank Vereschzagin.

Personal knowledge of your swing and its foundations are keys for more fun on the golf course. Proper swings are based in posture, grip, and alignment. Let’s take an enjoyable journey toward a better game together. 

Hank believes in finding the proper biomechanics of each member and that each swing may be unique but rooted in the principles of sustained foundations. Each shot we take is a cause and effect lesson for the golfer. Comprehending these effects and its causes helps make you a better player. Having a deeper knowledge of your swing will help you handle challenges we all face on the golf course. 

Dealing with our adversities found on the course also takes a mental approach to the game of acceptance. Hank has studied Pia Nilsson’s Vision 54 and will help you become a doer instead of thinker over shots. 

Hank is a native of Sacramento and graduated from Christian Brothers School. He played numerous sports as a child but found baseball and golf as his favorites. Before joining the PGA of America, Hank was also a sports writer for four different newspapers and continued studying the fundamentals of athletes.

In 2013 he joined the staff at Haggin Oaks Golf Course. During that tenure, Hank became a certified fitter with Mizuno, Titleist, and Ping. He also studied the biomechanics of Mike Adams, the mental approach to golf through Vision 54, and countless hours discussing better techniques with numerous other PGA teaching professionals.

In 2017 Hank became the general manager at William Land Golf Course where learning the business side of golf was the focus. His stint was short because it pulled him further away from teaching and Hank returned to Haggin Oaks in 2019.