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Frank Longabucco

Advanced Instructor

PGA Certified Professional in Instruction

I have been a member of the PGA of America since 1998. I have over eighteen years of experience giving private lessons, clinics, and I am an expert in many aspects of the golf business.

I graduated from Rider University with a BS in Finance and played on the golf team for four years. I competed in the NCAA Division 1 regional tournaments and captained the team my senior year. I passed my Players Ability Test in 1997 and graduated in the top 1% of the Golf Professional Training Program of the PGA of America earning two scholarships from Footjoy, Inc. I started my golf career working at Jacaranda Golf Club in Plantation, Florida. I then worked at Pompano Beach Municipal Golf Course before taking a position at The Evergreen Club in Palm City, Florida were I worked for ten years as an Assistant and then Head Golf Professional. In June of 2011, I began teaching at Keiser University College of Golf.

I am trained on the V1 Professional swing analysis software, MATT Taylor Made motion analysis technology, Dynamic Balance System, Foresight Launch Monitor, Golf Achiever, and the TOMI putting System. I am also a Certified through the PGA of America in Golf Operations and Instruction. I won the Southeast Chapter Pro-Pro Championship in 2002 and the Southeast Chapter Pro-Pro Classic in 2007. I continue to improve by taking educational seminars with the PGA of America and Keiser University in order to get better in the classroom and on the lesson tee.

I received my Impact Zone: Advanced Level One Certified Instructor status in February, 2016 and plan on continuing my Impact Zone education and application to help golfers play better.