Francesco Parisella



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Place of birth: Padua
Date of birth: 21 September 1982

In April 1996 he started playing golf and in November of the same year he obtained his hcp. From 1997, he began participating in various club competitions, winning numerous of them. In the 2002/2003 season, free of school commitments, he took part in official competitions in the Triveneto region, affirming himself on several occasions and achieving a playing advantage of 2.

In October 2003, he took part in the pre-selection in Sutri, finishing 6th and was therefore admitted to the assistant course.

He successfully attended the 1st training course at the Scuola Nazionale Professionisti from 9 February to 27 May 2004. Subsequently, for the duration of a year, he carried out his apprenticeship at the disposal of the F.I.G. and took part in numerous promotional initiatives of the F.I.G. itself (Malpensa, Rimini, Bari) and the Veneto Regional Committee (Mestre,Padua, Feltre,Rovigo,Treviso). He took part in the "Carta Nazionale 2004" competition in Sutri on 17-18-19 November and at the end of the three laps was second in the general classification and first among the participating professionals.

In May 2005, he took part in the teaching qualification course and exams at the Scuola Nazionale Professionisti in Sutri and qualified as an assistant.
Since June he has been teaching at the Cansiglio Golf Club in Vittorio Veneto (Treviso).

In 2006, he teaches as a holder at the Castel D'Aviano Golf Club. In October 2006 he attends a refresher course at the National School and obtains the title of 'Assistant B'. In the same month, he attended the teaching seminar held by Tiger Woods' coach, Hank Haney, at the Circolo Golf & Country Club Castello di Tolcinasco in Milan.

In 2007, he taught as co-teacher with his colleague Matteo Da Rold at the Golf Club Consiglio and the Marco Polo driving range in Vittorio Veneto. In the same year, he took part in the teaching seminar held by American professional Michael Hebron at the Golf Club Le Fonti in Bologna. In October, he attended a refresher course at the National Golf School in Sutri and obtained the title of 'Assistant A'.

In 2008, he teaches as a titular instructor at the Bagnaia driving range, a facility near Siena that opened in early May. In October, he took part in the teaching seminar held by Cuck Cook at the Golf Club Franciacorta.

In January and November, he attended the 1st and 2nd modules of the Golf Management and Tourism Master's course in San Remo.

In December, he attended the refresher course at the National Golf School in Sutri and obtained the title of 'Maestro'.

In January 2009, he took part in the 1st module of the 2nd Golf Management and Tourism Course at the Hotel Royal in San Remo.

In January he travelled to the USA - Miami Doral Golf for a few weeks and attended Jim McLean's academy, attending and taking a few lessons in order to learn the teaching method of the school of the USA's no. 1 maestro. Since March, he has been teaching as a master at Golf Brianza and Antico Borgo Camuzzago with GOLF SCHOOL ZAPPA.

In November 2009, he passed the final exam of the 2nd Master in Golf Management & Tourism.
In December, he took part in the 7th 'Annual Golf Teaching Seminar' organised by the Italian PGA in Bardolino (VR), where numerous speakers took to the stage, including KARL MORRIS, mental coach to important players, EDDIE BULLOCK, the next Captain of the English PGA, Pierfrancesco RESTELLI dealt with the subject of 'training and prevention', while Vittorio MASCHERPA illustrated the various aspects of communication. SERGIO BERTAINA's speech was very special. Interviewed by Silvio Grappasonni, he recounted his experiences with the Molinari brothers, from the first boys' course to the conquest of the World Cup.

In December 2010, he took part in the annual teaching seminar, "NON SOLO SWING", held at the San Vigilio Golf Resort, where more than 200 PGAI professionals took part in two days of in-depth analysis, updating and professional sharing.

He has been teaching at the Arzaga Golf Club as Head Pro since 2010.



Francesco Parisella, golf teacher at Arzaga Golf Club Garda Lake
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