Lessons & Rates

Silverado Resort
Golf Lessons

Whether you’re looking for tips, lessons, or insights from a pro, we’ve got you covered. Our LPGA and PGA teaching professionals have an impressive record of helping men and women improve their game.


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    Private Instruction

    1-hour adult private lesson - $150

    2-hour playing lesson - $300

    30-minute private lesson - $90

    Group lesson - $150 per hour + $35 per student

    Email us at golfacademy@silveradoresort.com


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    Adult Clinics

    $45 Per Student

    Instructional clinics are designed to target specific areas for improvement. We discuss a variety of topics that will ensure that your game is ready for the golf course. Carefully chosen subject matter will give you the opportunity to sharpen your skills where you need it, learn new techniques, understand proper club selection, and discover effective practice techniques. Registration required, sorry, no drop-ins.

    Email us at golfacademy@silveradoresort.com


  • Napa Open Golf Tournament held on Jan 16 through 18 at Silverado Resort and Spa

    Golf Course Rates


    (Must have a confirmed Resort reservation to golf)




    May 2 – Nov 5



    Sept 4 - Sept 19

    North Course closed due to Fortinet Championship
    Nov 6 - Dec 31 $139 $159

    *Please note that the above pricing is for consecutive tee times and is subject to change.  Shotgun start prices will vary. 

  • Meet The Instructors

  • Profile Picture of Golf instructor Matt Dito

    Matt Dito, PGA

    Teaching Professional

    Originally from Petaluma, California, Matt has been a Class-A Member of the PGA of America since 2005. He’s taught golf since 1998, and has studied the teachings of well-known golf instructors Eddie Merrins, Dave Pelz, and Stan Utley. Utilizing that knowledge, Matt has created his own distinct brand of instruction, one that emphasizes fundamentals and engages the student to determine their specific needs and how best to fulfill them. Matt enjoys working with students of all ages and ability levels, and loves helping junior golfers develop their swings and a passion for the game. When he isn’t teaching, Matt competes professionally with the Northern California Professional Golfers’ Association (NCPGA).