The main object for my students is to teach them to play better not just swing better. Shooting a lower score should be the main priority. The positions of the swing/stroke and sequence of motion are very important, but they are only part of the improvement process.
Professionals around the world rely on Todd to keep their games on track. Some of the tour players he currently works with include Davis Love III, Brett Quigley, Billy Horschel, and Charles Warren.
2010 PGA TEACHER OF THE YEAR
A 23-year member of The PGA of America, Anderson is the second from his home facility to be named recipient of the national PGA Teacher of the Year Award. The award was established in 1986, honoring outstanding teachers of golf among The PGA of America membership.
Wins by his students on the PGA and Nationwide Tours
Instructional articles published by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine.
Students earning collegiate All American Awards
Students with Division One Golf Scholarships
Todd Anderson is Director of Instruction at the Sea Island Golf Club and one of the top golf instructors in the United States. His teaching methods have been proven to be successful with players of all levels.
A PGA Professional since 1987, Anderson is 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, PGA Teacher of the Year award for Southeast Florida in 1995 and 1996.
In 2003, Todd received the prestigious Horton Smith Award for the South Florida Section of the PGA. This award is given to a PGA professional who contributes to continuing and improving educational opportunities for the PGA. He was one of the 30 professionals selected on the original PGA Professional Training Program Faculty.