The biennial Northeast Instructors Conference will be held on April 23-24, 2019 from 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM at the Hartford Golf Club. Registrations are accepted for either or both days and golf professionals are encouraged to bring a guest(s). The event will feature two of golfs Top 100 Teachers, Martin Hall and Todd Anderson, along with Michael Napolean, owner of nationally recognized SuperSpeed Golf. Click here to register.
Martin Hall turned professional in 1975 and has received numerous awards for his teachings, including Florida chapter teacher of the year, Florida section teacher of the year, and 2008 PGA of America National Teacher of the Year. He is also a Master Professional of the PGA of Great Britain and Ireland. He has appeared in the Golf Magazine Top 100 since 1994, and in the Golf Digest Top 50 since the list began in 2000. Martin is currently ranked as the number 10 teacher in the country.
Todd Anderson, a PGA Professional since 1987, was the 2010 National PGA Teacher of the Year. He also won the 2009 Georgia Section Teacher of the Year, the South Florida Section PGA Teacher of the Year for 1999, and PGA Teacher of the Year award for Southeast Florida in 1995 and 1996, and was the Horton Smith Award recipient for the South Florida PGA Section in 2003. Currently, he is ranked 9th on the Americas 50 Greatest Teachers list by Golf Digest and is one of Golf Magazines Top 100 Teachers.
Michael Napoean, a PGA Professional, has been striving to continually innovate modern coaching methodology. Michael believes deeply that truly expert coaches produce lastly positive change with very little input. In 2012, Michael began product R&D on an Overspeed training product called the SuperSpeed Golf Training System, released in the fall of 2014. Since the launch SuperSpeed Golf has become a global brand and a new standard for speed training in the golf swing. Now with over 500 touring professionals actively working with SuperSpeed Golf, Michael and his team at SuperSpeed are making a distinct impact on the games of golfers all over the World. Michael speaks regularly at seminars, coaching summits, teaching symposiums, and many other events with the primary goal of educating fellow professionals about not only speed training, but also business strategy, golf biomechanics, and coaching science.
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