NORMAN, Okla. – Cameron McCormick, one of golf’s top teachers, will be the featured instructor at the GCAA and WGCA national conventions held Dec. 12-14 in Las Vegas. The 2015 PGA of America Teacher of the Year, McCormick teaches all levels of golfers.
“The opportunity to have one of the top PGA Golf Instructors in the world in Cameron McCormick speak at our annual coaches convention is incredible,” said GCAA President Andrew Sapp. “One of the objectives of our Coaches Convention is to help educate our coaches so they can bring that information back to their teams. We are very excited to have Cameron come and share his experiences of working with the world’s greatest golfers.”
"We are honored to have Cameron McCormick speak at our coaches convention,” stated WGCA President Kristi Knight. "Our goal is to provide educational opportunities and information that will continue the development of our coaches and their players. He teaches players ways to practice that will maximize their ability to perform at a high level.”
McCormick began coaching golf in his home country of Australia in 1998. Moving to the United States in 2000 he brought with him the coaching principles honed under the tutelage of the Victorian Institute of Sport coaches.
With a background in competitive golf, both collegiate, amateur and professional; in addition to knowledge in the biomechanics, motor learning and psychology domains, McCormick has developed an international reputation as a sought-after coach to players at, or aspiring to, high levels of competitive mastery.
McCormick’s client list covers the gamut from beginner to elite players. He is most well known for coaching 2015 Masters and U.S. Open Champion Jordan Spieth, since the age of 12, and 2011 US Women’s Open Champion So Yeon Ryu. His clients, past and present, include over 20 combined PGA, Champions, Web.com and LPGA Tour players & four of the last eight USGA Junior Amateur champions.
McCormick is the founder of Altus Performance and serves at the Director of Instruction at the Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, Texas. He is a Golf Digest Top 50 instructor, a Golf Magazine Top 100 teacher and in 2015 was named the PGA of America Teacher of the Year.
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Established in 1958, the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) is the professional organization of golf coaches. The GCAA's mission is to support its member coaches by creating educational opportunities, providing resources, and promoting its members with the purpose of enhancing their overall performance as coaches, mentors, and teachers. The GCAA also recognizes the excellence and achievements of its members and their student-athletes in academic, athletic and civic endeavors.
The Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA), founded in 1983, is a non-profit organization representing women’s collegiate golf coaches. The WGCA was formed to encourage the playing of college golf for women in correlation with a general objective of education and in accordance with the highest tradition of intercollegiate competition. Today, the WGCA represents over 500 coaches throughout the U.S. and is dedicated to educating, promoting and recognizing both its members and the student-athletes they represent.