A former professional golfer in Europe, Stephen Moskal turned pro in
1993 as a member of the French National Circuit and also spent time on
the United Kingdom Mastercard Tour and the European Challenge Tour.
Following a seven-year professional career, Moskal turned to teaching
full-time in 1999. Ever since his knowledge of the game and his passion
for teaching has helped him have substantial success with developing
junior golfers to the elite level.
Prior to returning the U.S., Moskal was head golf pro at
Golf de Chevannes-Mennecy from 1997-2000 and an assistant pro at Golf de St. Cloud from 1990-98, both in Paris.
Relocating to the Northern Virginia area in 2000, Moskal served as the Director of Instruction at Fair Oaks Golf Park in nearby Fairfax, Va. At Fair Oaks, he established the Junior Golf Academy and organized over 20 tournaments a year. Stephen was also the Director of Instruction at TopGolf in Alexandria, Va. It is at TopGolf that Stephen and Mitchell Spearman first worked together. Under Mitchell's tutelage, Stephen developed an eye for the swing and follows Mitchell's teaching philosophy of completely understanding a player's swing "IN JUST ONE SHOT".
When working with students, Stephen goes beyond technique. His work in peak performance development with Dr. David Shaner has become integral in his teaching style. Indeed, Stephen understands how the mind and body are intricately linked in performance and knows how to tap into a student's mind to help that person fine tune and perfect his/her game.
As a result of his understanding of the "Complete Game", Stephen has specialized in player development and has helped many junior golfers fulfill their dreams. In addition to working with LPGA star Pornanong Phatlum, Stephen has seen many of his students have gone on to play collegiate golf at all levels, including at schools such as Notre Dame, Ohio State, Yale, UVA, West Point, Tennessee, Louisville, Delaware, Dartmouth, Rollins, New York Univ, CNU and more.
Stephen Moskal also served as head coach at Marymount University for 8 years before stepping down in the spring of 2019.