Ralph Landrum, PGA
World of Golf, Florence, KY
Ralph is the Director of Instruction at World of Golf in Florence, KY, located 12 miles southwest of Cincinnati, OH. One of only two PGA Master Professionals in the state of Kentucky, Ralph was recognized as the 2014 PGA National Player Development Award winner for his extraordinary contributions and achievements in the area of player development. He has similarly been honored as the Kentucky PGA Player Development Award winner seven times and Kentucky Junior Golf Leader twice.
Landrum played on the PGA Tour from 1983 to ’85, posting a career-best finish of T-2 at the 1984 Danny Thomas Memphis Classic. He also competed in 11 major championships, finishing T-8th at the 1983 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club. His five professional wins include the 1986 and ’87 Kentucky PGA Championships, 1987 Kentucky Open, and 1987 and ’88 Kentucky PGA Match Play Championships. A native Kentuckian, Ralph is also a member of the Kentucky Golf Hall of Fame.
A U.S. Kids Golf Top 50 Kids Teacher, GRAA Top 50 Golf Instructor, and Golf Digest Best in State (No. 4 in Kentucky), Ralph has been teaching golf for 35 years. His many certifications include SAM PuttLab Level 1 & 2, Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level 1, and FlightScope.