Dunes Maui Lani independent instructors have years of experience with players of all ages.

Scott Reinhart

PGA Master Professional

Originally from Florida, Scott started his career in Madison Green before moving on to
Delray Dunes Golf & Country Club. He moved to Maui and joined the Kapalua Golf
Academy as an associate teaching professional in 2016. In 2018 Scott was honored as
the Assistant Professional of the Year by the Aloha Section PGA recognizing his
outstanding leadership and strong moral character. In July of 2018, Scott received his
PGA Master Professional certification a designation bestowed to just 1% of PGA

Henry Yogi

Professional Golf Instructor, PGA Member

Henry Yogi has been teaching students of all ages here at the Dunes since 2002, but
has impacted golfers on Maui for decades. He started teaching at the Maui Country
Club before moving on to the Waiehu Municipal Golf Course where one of his most
notable roles was conducting summer programs for juniors. Henry was inducted into the
Aloha Section PGA’s Hawaii Golf Hall in of Fame in 2016 and is Hawaii’s longest serving
PGA member.

Dodd Hessey

Professional Golf Instructor, PGA Member

Dodd started playing golf at age 13, and with a fighter pilot as a father has been able to
play all over the world. He started teaching more than 40 years ago, and has been a
PGA Class A member since 2007. Dodd’s many interests include writing – check out his
golf mystery novel Buried Lies.
Dodd’s philosophy? “Making golf fun for you, makes teaching fun for me!!”

Bill Greenleaf

Professional Golf Instructor, PGA Master Professional
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Bill is a ‘feel’ based coach grounded in sound mechanics. His students vary from juniors
to seniors, men, women, skilled and beginning players Bill coaches players so they may
enjoy the process of learning. His student successes include multiple college and high
school individual champions as well as a #1 player on University of Hawaii golf team.

Lee Sakugawa

Professional Golf Instructor, PGA Member and Class A-6 Teaching Professional
808-276-7075 /

In March of 2022 Lee Sakugawa, 2019 PGA Teacher of the Year and recipient of the 2020 PGA Hawaii Youth Player Development Award recipient, joined our talented group of instructors.

Born and raised in Hawaii, Lee’s first sport was baseball. He was a standout catcher at Maui High School where he earned All State honors and a scholarship to Boise State University in Idaho. Lee did not start playing golf until after college, but his athletic aptitude and natural talent qualified him for the Senior PGA Championship in 2018.

Lee has been teaching golf for 10 years and has earned multiple coaching certifications through the PGA, US Kids, and Positive Coaching Alliance. His goal is to give back and to inspire others the way his childhood coaches did for him.

His teaching philosophy is simple – learn the basics, develop great fundamentals, and most importantly have fun.