MEET THE PROS
Allan Bowman, Head Golf Professional
Allan Bowman, Director of Golf at the North Palm Beach Country Club, has been a member of the PGA since 1990. He has been on the Golf Digest "Best Teachers of the State" list for his home state of New Jersey and was recognized by his peers in 2001 as NJ Golf Teacher of the Year.
Teaching students from 5-89, Allan has taught top-caliber junior golfers who continue to play through college, along with the novice golfer.
His motto is: "Golf is a game, and it is supposed to be FUN! Fun occurs when we get results, and things are kept simple."
Allan maintains a passion for playing the game and regularly competes in area events. Last year, he played in the National Club Pro Championships.
Chris Dachisen, Assistant Golf Professional
Chris Dachisen, Assistant Golf Professional, offers over 40 years of teaching experience! Dachisen was a former head professional in New Jersey for 30 years. A member of the NJ PGA Hall of Fame as a player, he won 10 NJ PGA Major Championships including two NJ State Open Championships.
Chris prides himself on being a well-rounded clinician or the game and enjoys teaching players of all calibers.
Zack Shriver, Golf Teaching Professional
Michael Bamberger from Golf.com recently wrote, "I've seen a young pro there, Zack Shriver, working with kids with the best manner imaginable, keeping his instruction playful, athletic, and natural."
Craig Lindsey, Assistant Golf Professional
Assistant Golf (and PGA) Professional, Craig Lindsey, offers over 30 years of experience in the golf industry. A former Head Golf Professional from New Jersey, Craig has spent years refining his skills as a golf-pro, instructor, and player. Craig has won both an NJPGA Major Championship, two NJPGA Assistants Championships, and has also competed in two National Club Pro Championships and two US Amateur Championships.
Along with his experience and drive to compete, Craig has a deep passion for and prides himself in teaching others about the game of golf. His teaching style focuses on keeping it simple. No matter the age or experience of the player, they practice the basics: grip, posture, and alignment, while integrating the concept of how to play the game, not just how to swing the golf club.