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Claude Harmon III
Claude Harmon is in the vanguard of the new generation of golf teachers. Steeped in tradition both his grandfather, Claude Harmon, and father Claude "Butch" Harmon Jr., have been the dominant teachers of their generation. Claude’s family pedigree is important and he has used that foundation to build his reputation in the golf business. Claude’s teaching philosophy and methods have delivered lower scores and better, more repeatable swings for, seasoned tour players, celebrities, and amateurs of all abilities.
Since graduating from university, Claude plied his trade and learnt his craft around the world including residency in Scotland, Portugal, and various locations across the United States. Committing himself to the European Tour between 2002 and 2006, Claude worked successfully with players such as Trevor Immelman, Darren Clarke, Adam Scott, Bradley Dredge, and Graeme McDowell.
Golf Academies have played a big role in Claude’s career. He was involved in the design and development of golf schools in Las Vegas, Portugal, Bahamas and Scotland. Claude’s responsibilities included recruitment, training, program and product development, marketing, and teaching.
Beyond individual instruction Claude is heavily involved in corporate golf school packages and he has worked with, Buick, Bentley, and Ericsson across the world. Off the course Claude has done a great deal of media work including, television, magazines, radio, and press. He has been involved in the production of several instructional videos and founding faculty of the Internet Golf Academy.