Bobby Clampett, PGA
Bobby is the founder and CEO of Impact Zone Golf, and the originator of Impact-Based® instruction, with two locations in Naples, FL. Perhaps best known for his spectacular amateur and collegiate playing career and as a golf analyst for CBS and TNT, in 2015 Bobby became the first lifetime member of the PGA Tour named a
PGA Master Professional in Teaching and Coaching—the highest designation a PGA member can attain.
A three-time All-American and two-time Collegiate Golfer of the Year at Brigham Young University, Clampett turned professional after his junior year at BYU. Two years later, he nearly won the U.S. Open just down the road from his hometown of Monterey, CA, at Pebble Beach Golf Links, finishing T-3rd, four shots behind Tom Watson. Bobby played for 16 years on the PGA Tour, winning the 1982 Southern Open, before transitioning into television as an on-course reporter and then analyst and commentator for CBS Sports in the mid-90s. He was also the lead golf analyst for Turner Sports from 1996-2007. Today, Clampett provides commentary and analysis for CBS Sports for The Masters and PGA Championship, through Masters.com’s and CBSSports.com’s online coverage. (2016 marks the 25th consecutive year that Clampett will be calling the action from Augusta National Golf Club.)
Also, when Bobby turned 50 in 2010, he returned to competitive play on the Champions Tour, enjoying seven top-5 finishes. In 2008 Bobby founded Impact Zone Golf, a revolutionary Impact-Based® training system that concentrates on improving a player’s impact position rather than his or her “style” of swing. The program is based on Clampett’s best-selling instructional book, The Impact Zone: Mastering Golf’s Moment of Truth, published in 2007.
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