Todd Anderson is the Director of Instruction at the PGA TOUR’s Performance Center at TPC Sawgrass 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, and 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.

Currently, Todd is a Contributing Teacher to Golf Digest and is featured prominently in the magazine.  He is ranked 9th on the “America’s 50 Greatest Teachers” list by Golf Digest and is one of Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 Teachers.”  Over 50 of his instructional articles have been published by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine, including the three cover stories.

Professionals around the world rely on Todd to keep their games on track.  His students have 51 wins on the PGA TOUR and Korn Ferry Tour, and earned over 100 Division One Golf Scholarships as well over 30 collegiate All American Awards.  Todd has worked with over 100 TOUR Players in his career including two FedExCup Champions. TOUR Players that he has instructed include Billy Horschel, Brandt Snedeker, Davis Love III and Justin Leonard. His student Tyler Strafaci, won the US Amateur Championship.

Personalities such as Ivan Lendl and Marshall Faulk have also worked with Todd to improve their games.