Giuseppe Bertaina was born in Atessa (Italy).
He turned golf professional at the age of 17.
After a series of playing and teaching experiences in Italy and abroad, in 1980 he obtained the status of apprentice teaching pro.
In 1984 he became assistant professional and he qualified in first place in his class at the National School of Golf.
Since 1989, he went several times in the United States for the purpose of updating his golf knowledge and meets all the best teachers, including: Michael Hebron, Hank Haney and David Leadbetter.
In 1992 he was one of the first Italian golf professionals to develop a computerized system for the analysis of the golf swing.
From 1998 to 2001 was part of the technical staff of the Italian Golf Federation.
In 1999 he founded the “Giuseppe Bertaina Golf School”.
He has participated in over 30 conferences and seminars on teaching golf in Italy and abroad.