Cameron McCormick, 2015 PGA Teacher of the Year and long-time swing coach of three-time Major Champion Jordan Spieth, will become an official member of the team of expert instructors featured on Revolution Golf and Golf Channel. The announcement was made today during McCormick’s guest appearance on Morning Drive.
As part of the new multi-year relationship, McCormick will host his own instructional series – featured on both Revolution Golf and Golf Channel – where he will share with golfers the knowledge he has cultivated over a 20-year coaching career, along with his creative approach to incorporating a wider perspective on what it takes to improve golf performance.
McCormick also will join Martin Hall, Sean Foley, Martin Chuck and Andrew Rice as featured faculty members on Revolution Golf, the largest direct-to-consumer digital platform in golf, which was added to NBC Sports Group’s portfolio in August. By connecting golfers of all skill levels to world-class instruction, Revolution Golf will feature the first series of instructional videos hosted by McCormick on the website before the end of the year. An accompanying DVD series is scheduled to be released in November.
“I couldn’t be more excited to partner with Golf Channel and Revolution Golf in their efforts to enhance and grow the way fans receive golf instruction,” said McCormick. “At the core of every golfer is a desire to improve their skill set, Golf Channel and Revolution Golf are allowing us to do just that. I am thrilled to join the team and provide viewers with a unique approach to instruction that they can trust.”
A Texas-based native of Melbourne, Australia, McCormick is the director of instruction at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, a Ben Crenshaw-Bill Coore design, which will serve as host of the 2018 AT&T Byron Nelson on the PGA TOUR. After playing college golf for Texas Tech University, he briefly played professionally before beginning a teaching career in 1998. In addition to Jordan Spieth, his renowned roster of students includes more than 13 PGA, Web.com and LPGA Tour players, 10 of the Top-100 players in the World Junior Golf Rankings, and four of Top-100 players in the World Amateur Golf Rankings.
Courtesy of The Golf Wire