Ken Martin, Certified PGA Professional, was elected to the PGA of America in 1988. A graduate of Florida International University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts and of Keiser University with a Master’s Degree in Psychology, he began his golf professional career as a playing professional. Following an extended playing career, he accepted an Assistant Golf Professional position at Moon Valley Country Club while still playing in local professional tournaments. He next accepted a position as Head Golf Professional at Ocotillo Golf Club in Phoenix, Arizona. After three years at Ocotillo, he moved into the Head Golf Professional position at Evergreen Golf Course in Colorado, where he worked for the next three years. From there, he opened his own golf school and eventually moved to Germany, where he taught golf for two years. Upon returning to the United States in 1998, he became a member of the Education Team for Natural Golf, eventually assuming the position of National Director of Instruction in 2006. He remained with Natural Golf until it was sold in 2011, and he joined the Keiser University College of Golf Faculty in 2012. Mr. Martin shares his extensive playing, teaching, and management experiences with students on a daily basis.