Peter Croker, originator and Master Instructor of the Croker Golf System, visited Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management on Thursday and presented to the entire student body. Mr. Croker is a PGA Professional from Australia, and his playing career included playing the Australian, New Zealand, European, and Asian PGA Tours from 1971 through to 1983. He was runner-up in the 1976 Australian PGA Championship (he lost an 18 hole play-off against Billy Dunk), 3rd in the 1976 Malaysian Open, and played the PGA Tours from 1971 through 1983.
Peter was PGA Teacher of the Year for the Victorian PGA Section in 2007 and has had major influence on PGA Teachers worldwide since 1993. In 1992, along with Jeffrey Johnson and a Team of PGA Professionals in Australia, Mr. Croker developed a Teaching Program and System that helps both amateurs and PGA Coaches build a golf swing and game through a step-by-step long term On-Line Learning Program.
In 1995, Mr. Croker and his Teaching System were featured as the Cover Story on Golf Digest USA and associated Golf Digest Magazines worldwide.
Mr. Croker has dedicated himself and his Company to helping PGA Coaches and their facilities increase their teaching hours and number of student On-Line learning programs with the goal of lowering golf handicaps and growing the game of golf worldwide. He is now directing his energies and focus to deliver Seminars and Workshops for PGA Coaches worldwide in an effort to help grow their teaching business from the grass roots level upward.
It was an honor and pleasure to have Mr. Croker speak to the Keiser University College of Golf & Sport Management student body about teaching the game of golf.