About Bobby Clampett
Bobby Clampett – two-time Fred Haskins Award Winner, Three-Time First Team Collegiate All-American from Brigham Young University, PGA Master Professional of Teaching and Coaching, Founder of Impact-Based® Instruction, California Golf, Utah Golf and BYU Hall of Fame Member, and CBS golf broadcaster is one of the most multi-talented PGA Tour Champions in history. With all his achievements, perhaps Bobby will be best remembered for helping improve golf teaching through his discovery of Impact-Based® Instruction. Known now as the “Father of Impact," many teachers agree that Bobby has had a greater influence on improving golfers games than any instructor in recent history.
Bobby’s discovery dismantles all the confusing, conflicting golf theories and gives golfers an understanding and hope they never thought possible. Golf is no longer an enigma or mystery as it has long been, thanks to Bobby’s discovery.
Now retired from the PGA Champion’s Tour where he racked up 7 top 5 finishes and won $1.5 million dollars, Bobby has shifted his focus to helping others. Bobby and his wife Marianna developed Impact Zone Golf, headquartered in their East-Coast home of Naples, Florida, to be the most comprehensive golf instruction program in the world.