DL: People make appointments or just walk in, and if no one is taking a lesson, we give them one right on the spot. It's $80 for 30 minutes with me. We're open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week.
SI: What kind of golfers make up your clientele?
DL: It's a cross section. We get beginners, and a few days ago Senior tour pros Bill Kratzert and Joe Inman came in.
SI: Do you expect competition at other airports in the future?
DL: Golf's biggest weakness is that anybody can teach it; there is no regulation. You can hang out your shingle tomorrow. Nobody is going to sue you for malpractice even if you're completely wrong.
SI: You mean it's like being a TV weatherman?
DL: Better. It's like being a sportswriter.