|Position:||Director of Instruction|
Martin Hall is a man of many rare talents. His achievements include: Current Host of "The School of Golf" on the Golf Channel, currently ranked 12th in the USA, Golf Digest Top 50 teacher since the list began in 2000, Golf Magazine Top 100 teacher since 1994, South Florida PGA Teacher of the Year 2003, South East Chapter PGA Teacher of the Year 2002, winner of two LET events in 2007, competed on the European Tour, Golf Professional since 1975, Finalist PGA National Teacher of the Year Award 2006 and 2007, Golf Magazine contributing teacher, Major Series Magazine – Golf Instruction Director, Speaker at the US National Teaching Summit in 2002 & 2006, Speaker at the British PGA Teaching Conference 2006, conducted numerous workshops for the PGA of America, written well over 100 instructional articles, published in America, Europe, and Asia, appeared numerous times on The Golf Channel, featured many times on ESPN Radio and PGA Tour Radio, made 19 instructional videos with PGA Tour Partners Club, collaborated on five instructional books with PGA Tour Partners Club, published first solo book, “Golf Myths Exposed” in 2002, author of “What the Pros Know that You Don’t,” teaches and has taught players on the PGA, PGA Seniors, and LPGA Tour, Taught Morgan Pressel, US Amateur Champion, and youngest members of the LPGA Tour in 2006, Solheim Cup player 2007, and youngest winner ever of an LPGA major, the Draft Nabisco, eight years Lead Instructor at Nicklaus Flick Golf Schools, Former Director of Golf at St. Andrews Country Club in Boca Raton, Florida, taught in 14 countries. Martin is married to LPGA Rookie of the Year and 2-time Solheim Cup player, Lisa Hackney. Martin has made a lifetime vocation to learn from the best teachers and has studied under most of them – Bob Toski, Jim Flick, Peter Kostis, John Jacobs, Henry Cotton, Homer Kelly, Jim Hardy, Phil Ritson, Mike Bender, Chuck Evans, Ben Doyle, Chuck Cook, Tom Ness, Jim Suttie, Craig Harmon, and Dr. Rick Jensen.