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Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, Golf Digest Top Teachers in America, Executive Director of Instruction – Medicus Golf, Co-Founder Medicus Pure Strike – 5 Simple Keys to Consistency.

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We would like to take this opportunity to offer our congratulations to Chuck Evans, Executive Director of Instruction for Medicus Golf, for being recognized by GOLF Magazine as one of the TOP 100 Teachers in America. Selection of the GOLF Magazine TOP 100 is a 2 year process and includes reviews, questionnaires, thorough research, and input from the teaching community. Asked by Golf Magazine, “You have one final lesson to give – who gets it?” Without hesitation Chuck stated, “Someone who has never broken 100.”

Having taught over 200,000 players through private lessons, golf schools, workshops and seminars since 1970, Chuck has earned the title of a“Teachers Teacher” by his peers. Other notable players who Chuck has worked with and trained include Grant Waite, Bobby Clampett and Buddy Alexander, just to name a few.

Chuck is one of only 31 teachers worldwide designated to hold a “Doctorate in Golf Stroke Engineering”. Chuck has also served as Director of Schools from the PGA Tour Academy, The Director of Instruction for United Stated Golf Institute and The Golfing Machine.

Find out more about Chuck’s background, his best advice to amateurs & aspiring tour players, and learn about his effective golf philosophy in this month’s issue of Golf Magazine, 2/2009.

Chuck currently teaches at the Medicus Golf Institute located at Seascape Resort and Emerald Bay golf Club in Destin, Florida.

To Find out more about Medicus Golf Schools, Medicus Player Development and Golf instruction with Chuck Evans, visit www.medicuscorporate.com or call Tracy Lehnecker, V.P., Medicus Golf Corporation, at 800.732.4995.

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Matt Hageman of Dixon, Ill., fired a final round of 6-under-par 66 to claim the top spot on the leaderboard at the Medicus Preseason Junior in the Chicago Southland Sunday. His tournament total of 4-under-par 140 was good for a one-shot margin over Josh Clay of Canton, Ohio.

Beginning the day five shots behind the leader, Hageman recorded five birdies over his first seven holes to make the turn with the lead after opening with a5-under-par 31on the front side.

Hageman is one of several Junior Players working with Chuck Evans and Tracy Lehnecker at the Medicus Golf Institute Player Development Program based in Destin Fl. Continue reading COME-FROM-BEHIND WIN