Meet GOLF’s Top 100 Teachers in America
Since its inception in 1991, GOLF’s Top 100 Teachers in America franchise has established itself as the industry standard for recognizing excellence in coaching. We hold ourselves to a rigorous process in a quest to highlight the most innovative, committed and accomplished teachers in the country.
The New Golf Magazines Top 100 Teachers of America for 2017 – 2018
It takes blood, sweat and tees to become a Top 100 Teacher, one of the most coveted titles in instruction. Each of these slice-busting, swing-fixing pros have the right stuff.
A Man of Many (Golf) Hats
Article by Rhonda Stephens | Photography Jessica Patterson Photography
Steve Bodosh is one of the 100 top instructors for 20 years in a row by Golf Magazine, and he’s here at PB Dye Golf Course. He certainly is a very busy man these days! As the golf pro at PB Dye, he gives lessons to some of Washington, D.C.’s elite as well as celebrities, but he also enjoys his niche of instructing high-level juniors who are intending to play in college. Busier still, he’s an adjunct professor for the PGA where he teaches younger men and women how to teach the game.
Golf Guru Eyes Frederick’s Future
By Jim Corbett | Special to the News Post
An accomplished teacher of the sport, Bosdosh establishes an academy for promising youth players at P.B. Dye. There hasn’t been a Frederick area PGA Tour winner since Donnie Hammond’s 1989 Texas Open triumph. A master teacher arriving at just the right place to optimize a rising wave of young talent hopes to help end the 28-year drought one day.