PGA Golf Instructor Scott Munroe is well-known and respected in the golf industry for over 35 years. He started as a top Amateur, College golfer, and progressed to become a Tour Professional on the Australian PGA Tour.
He has held several top teaching positions around the world, is a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher in America, as well as a former ESPN Top 25 Instructor.
“From working with and learning from the best in the world, I have taken their best methods and qualities and incorporated them in my teaching. I am the total coach.”
Scott Munroe has mastered the quickest way to improve his students’ performance by evaluating body types, breathing and the students’ natural tendencies, whether a beginner, intermediate or professional.
Using basic fundamentals and modern technology, his methods and philosophy are the best in the industry. His students score better, drive it longer and live better.
Scott Munroe is a featured contributor in several of Golf Magazine’s “Best Instruction Books”, where he shares his golf experience in an easy to understand and informative format.
In 2011, Scott Munroe developed the PX3 Performance Golf Schools, which are held in cities nationwide. He joined together with the best minds in golf, all Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers, to give each student an unforgettable experience. Students use the latest performance custom mouthwear, putters, wedges and clubs, as they learn about body type, set-up, exercise programs and the latest in golf nutrition.
Scott Munroe has the privilege of being a Callaway Golf Elite Staff Member. Scott was chosen because of his unmatched teaching and club fitting abilities. He has been on Callaway’s Elite Staff for several years.
Scott has been a guest on numerous radio talk shows, as well as on Golf.com and NBC’s televised program where he offered valuable advice on golf essentials.
Early on, he became known as the “start-up man”. He started golf schools and academies for Jack Nicklaus in Australia, Jim Flick at the Nicklaus Flick Golf Schools at the Boca Raton Resort and Club, Mike Adams and Hank Haney. He helped develop the ESPN golf schools at Harborside International in Chicago, Illinois, Samoset Resort in Rockland, Maine and Boca Raton Resort and Club in Boca Raton, Florida.
Scott resides with his family in Boca Raton, Florida, teaching in Palm Beach during the winter season, and in Nantucket, Massachusetts during the summer season.