Adam Brack knew early in his life that he wanted to teach. He began his professional golf teaching career at age of 16 at the Sweetwater Country Club in Sugar Land, Texas. His passion and natural instincts for the game, along with a hardy work ethic, drove Adam to pass the PGA players ability test by the age 19. Adam taught his first professional golf lesson at the age of 20.
Adam relocated to Panama City Beach, Florida in 1999 to work as golf professional at Marriotts Bay Point Resort. His calm, easy to understand demeanor has captured the hearts and games of a large percentage of the membership and guests of the resort. Since making this move, he has become an important addition to the professional golf community.
Adam began his full time teaching career while working alongside Martin Green at the Hombre Golf Club, and was the Director of Instruction for the Top 25 golf schools by Golf Magazine in the nation. After 4 years of such honors, Adams professional career grew again when he accepted the lead role of the golf academy from Martin. In this new role, he created The Academy at Hombre Golf, by Experiencing Better Golf with Adam Brack. The academy consists of an all-weather learning center AboutGolf simulator with two hitting bays, V1 video analysis center, retail area, classroom and a NEW INDOOR GOLF GYM by Life Fitness and TPI.
"There is no mystery to the golf swing. Golf instruction should be simple, engaging and rewarding at any age. I'll show you how to Experience Better Golf."
Adam continues his professional commitment to learning golf instruction from the best in the business. In 2007, Bobby Clampett, former US Amateur Champion, PGA tour pro and popular CBS golf commentator, awarded Adam his first The Impact Zone certification, Bobby's golfing technique that focuses how to properly strike the ball, from putting to driver.
In the last few years, Adam has continued to build relationships with his clients, members of the community and focused his extra time at working with our nations youth. He and his staff have become First Tee certified and will be teaching these classes. Adam teaches a summer camp for youth with various dates over the summer, has an after school small group youth program and has experienced great success. He has current and former students that have full college golf scholarships that he began teaching when they were as young as five years old.
There are 3 things that effect the golfer today.
1. Their physical ability to swing in balance. We address this with our TPI program and easy to understand exercises they can do in the comfort of their home.
2. The equipment plays a much larger role in golf than people realize. Get the right tool and this creates more yardage, higher ball flight and more balance in the swing.
3. The knowledge on how to play the game. There is so much contradictory information in this game and it confuses people. At our academy, we are usually taking information out of the brain rather than loading with so much more.