Charles Sorrell, PGA Master Professional and Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, donates book collection to Keiser University College of Golf

Charlie Sorrell donated hundreds of golf books from his private collection to Keiser University College of Golf on Thursday, June 28th, 2012. Mr. Sorrell has been a strong supporter of The College of Golf since its inception in January 2010, volunteering for guest speaking appearances and providing instruction clinics for College of Golf students. Mr. Sorrell was inspired to donate his collection based on his friendship and collaboration with Dr. Eric Wilson, Keiser University College of Golf Executive Director of Golf Operations, with whom he works in the PGA Master Professional Evaluation Program. His generous donation will provide many hours of interest, will fill a niche at The College of Golf Library, and is sincerely appreciated by students and staff alike. Some of Mr. Sorrell’s vast accomplishments are listed below:

  • One of GOLF Magazines “Top 100 Teachers in America”
  • Previous Golf Digest’s “50 Greatest Teachers”
  • PGA Master Professional
  • PGA Certified Instructor – Georgia’s First
  • National PGA Teacher of the Year – 1990
  • Georgia PGA Teacher of the Year – 1990
  • Georgia Professional of the Year – 1988
  • President, Georgia PGA 1987-1988
  • Former PGA touring professional
  • Co-Editor PGA Teaching Journal
  • Instructor, National PGA schools
  • Faculty member, PGA Education
  • Holder of course records at:
    • Fairfield Plantation – 29, nine holes
    • Riverside Country Club – 64, eighteen holes
    • Lake Spivey – 30, nine holes
  • Inventor of numerous teaching aids
  • Author of: “Lessons That Rhyme, …Stay In The Mind” and “Impact: The Most Important Part of the Golf Swing”

DVD entitled “During the Golf Swing . . . What You Feel is not Real”