Mark Anderson named Trackman University Master and Director of Golf Instruction at Maple Zone

I am excited to announce that I have been awarded the status of Trackman University Master.  I have learned a great deal over the past year, and I am looking forward to sharing what I have learned with fellow professionals and my students.  I am also excited to announce that in addition to teaching at the Cricket Club and coaching at Penn, I will be the Director of Golf Instruction at the Maple Zone Sports Complex in Boothwyn, PA.  The following announcement was sent out to the members of the Philadelphia Cricket Club this morning:

Mark Anderson awarded Trackman University Master status

Mark Anderson, Teaching Professional at the Philadelphia Cricket Club and Head Women’s Golf Coach at the University of Pennsylvania has been awarded Trackman University Master status.  Mark joins a select group of  22 professionals around the world and only 11 in the United States to achieve the Master level through Trackman University.  Of the 11 in the United States, 4 are top 100  Teachers in America – Jim McLean, Brian Manzella, James Leitz, and Dom DiJulia.

“It has been an amazing year for me in regards to teaching.  I have truly taken my teaching to the next level with Trackman and I am looking forward to helping more students improve their games in 2013”  Anderson said.  Mark is currently helping 4 Philadelphia PGA Professionals with their games and one of his players is going to play mini tour events in Florida this winter.  One of Mark’s TM Master projects shows how this player picked up 20 yards by changing his attack angle with his driver.  Here is a link to see his improvement over 4 lessons: Case Study – Angle of Attack

Mark has also recently been named as Director of Golf Instruction at Maple Zone Sports Complex in Boothwyn, PA.  Maple Zone is multi-sport complex with 2 large indoor fields. http://www.maplezone.com.   Mark will be teaching there this winter in addition to teaching at the Cricket Club. He will be conducting individual lessons, clinics, and will have an amazing shortgame area where players can hit shots of up to 50 yards indoors.

You can follow Mark at his blog at: www.markandersonpga.com
his Facebook Page
or on Twitter

Click on the link below to see the indoor training center at the Cricket Club

Cricket Club – indoor training center

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