Master PGA Professional
Over a fifty year career of successful professional competition and teaching, Carl Lohren has become best known for his innovative methods of golf instruction. Carl played college golf at the University of Maryland, finishing 2nd individually in the 1958 NCAA National Championship and leading the team to a 3rd place finish. His amateur career also included a Mid-Atlantic Amateur Title, a runner-up finish in the Eastern Amateur, four U.S. Amateur appearances and a U.S. Open appearance. For more information about Carl see "About Carl" page.
Creator of "The Move" & Director of Instruction
Tennessee, Florida, SC
CERTIFIED ONE MOVE TO BETTER GOLF INSTRUCTORS
The 2001 Washington State 2A High School Champion, Andrew went on to play college golf for the nationally ranked NCAA Division 1 Pacific Tigers, recording three top-10 finishes in his senior year and being named the 2005 Big West Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Andrew turned professional in 2006, playing professional events on the Dakotas Tour, Hooters Tour, Golden State Tour, Pepsi Tour, and Gateway Tour, before beginning his teaching career in 2009 at Southward Ho Country Club in Bay Shore, Long Island, New York. Andrew, the 2012 MET PGA Assistant of the Year currently teaches at Quaker Ridge Golf Club in Scarsdale, NY.
Tammy, the daughter of Carl Lohren, played college golf at Longwood University, where she led the team to consecutive Division II National Championships. She received a Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology from Long Island University in 1992 and used her education to collaborate with Carl Lohren in the physiological explanations in Getting Set For Golf. For the next several years, Tammy worked as a teaching professional in the New York metropolitan area at Rock Rimmon Country Club and Brae Burn Country Club. During the winter, she worked for prominent golf fitness instructor Randy Myers at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Tammy continued her excellent play by winning the 1998 Metropolitan Women's Stroke Play and the 1999 Connecticut Women's Open before playing on the LPGA Futures Tour for three years. She currently teaches at Patriot Hills Golf Club while working full time as a school teacher and pursuing her doctorate in curriculum and instruction. She was awarded "Teacher of The Year" in the Tennessee school systems in 2014.
CLARK SISSON,JR. PGA
Born and raised is Roanoke, Virginia, Clark was introduced to the game by his father who was an excellent amateur player in southern Virginia. Clark attended Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia and was selected to represent his school in the 1985 NCAA Div. III National Championship at Monroe Golf & Country Club, Rochester, NY. Clark is an excellent player, routinely ranking in the Top 30 playing professionals in the Middle Atlantic Section of the PGA. Prior to coming to Norbeck CC in Rockville, Maryland in January 2000, Clark served for two years at Greenville Country Club, Greenville, South Carolina and was the Head Golf Professional at the Chanticleer Course. He served at Bethesda Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland from 1988-1998. Over the years Clark has contributed articles to the PGA of America Magazine on subjects such as Time Management for the Golf Professional and Website Marketing for the Golf Professional.
Clark is currently celebrating his 15th year of service at Norbeck CC where he continues to impacts his member’s lives and golf experience with his southern hospitality.
Master PGA Professional
Gene was a lifelong friend of Carl and the Lohren family and taught and played "The Move" from 1967-2009. He appeared with Carl in both "One Move to Better Golf" videos. He was Head Golf Professional at the Metropolis Country Club in White Plains, New York for 25 years. He taught an estimated 40,000 lessons over 50 years. As a player his accomplishments were remarkable. He played in 10 US Opens and 11 PGA Championships. Other playing highlights include: the low round record holder (65) at the 1973 US Open at Oakmont ; Winner of 3 Metropolitan PGA Championships; Long Island Open Champion: Long Island PGA Champion; Winner of the Westchester PGA Open; Metropolitan Senior Open Champion; Winner PGA Match and Stroke Play Championships. He was twice Met PGA Player of the Year.
Billy enjoyed a successful junior golf career, qualifying for the 1960 US Junior Amateur and continuing on to play college golf at the University of Houston. He served in the US Navy for the next four years before turning professional in 1967. Billy went on to teach golf for the following 43 years. He spent most of his career in the Metropolitan PGA Section as the head golf professional at the Powelton Club of Newburgh, The Sands Resort in Atlantic City, The Concord Resort in the Hudson Valley and finally at North Shore Country Club on Long Island. He was an instructor for the One Move to Better Golf Schools for three years, working under Carl Lohren. The highlight of Billy's playing career came in 1994 when he qualified for the U.S. Senior Open. Billy currently teaches at Frenchman's Creek in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.
BILLY BURKE, PGA
Sue started playing golf at the age of sixteen, and shortly thereafter, she met Carl. She credits Carl's methodology in giving her a greater understanding of the fundamentals that need to be present in the golf swing.
Sue adopted the "One Move" method in her game which made it possible for her to be awarded a college scholarship at Longwood University (1980-1984). A Division II College All American, she competed during her four years of college and was captain of the team in her junior and senior years. She qualified for the Division I NCAA Tournament in 1984, and received Longwood University Golf Team's MVP award in 1984.
Because of her dedication, understanding and passion for this method, Sue began her professional career in 1985 as Carl's assistant at North Shore Country Club in Glen Head, NY, and to this day she continues to teach at North Shore. Over the years, she has competed successfully in many Metropolitian tournaments.
For nearly thirty years, the "One Move" has remained at the core of her teaching. As a result, she has been able to provide countless students with a better understanding of the golf swing, and enthusiastically develop their potential in this game of physical and mental skill.
Mike Darrell, PGA
I was born in Montreal, Canada. I attended Otterbein College ( now University) in Columbus Ohio and graduated in 1973. I was first introduced to the One Move system by Gene Borek in Florida in 1975. I ultimately worked for Gene at Metropolis CC in White Plains, NY from 1980 to 1983. I then went to work for Carl at North Shore CC from 1986 to 1988. Those years were obviously very important for me. Gene was responsible for helping me to become a Head Golf Professional as well as helping me understand and teach the One Move system. Carl of course helped me fine tune my teaching. Along the way I worked at 6 different golf clubs in Florida, Montreal and New York before getting my first Head Professional position in 1990. I am Currently the Director of Golf at Mill Pond Golf Course in Long Island, New York.
The One Move system not only makes me a better teacher than I could ever have been using some other information, but I also became a much better player because of it. My low competitive score is 63. I won the Senior Metrpopolitan PGA Championship (a title that I share with Carl), The Metropolitan Senior Head Pro Championship and in 2008 I qualified for and played in the Senior US Open.
My career would have been much different had I not met Gene and been introduced to One Move. I am tremendously grateful to have learned the truth about the golf swing and blessed to be able to pass the information on to my students.
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Willis has worked with Carl for twenty years since the age of 14. Willis played golf for the University of Cumberlands in Williamsburg,Kentucky. Since graduating, Willis has continued to pursue his dream of playing golf professionally. While working on his PGA certification, Willis has played in many professional events including the Quail Hollow Championship and the Greenbriar Championship. He competes regularly on the Flroida Professional Golf Tour. His professional low round is 64. Currently Willis works for Interity Golf Company in Winter Garden, Florida.
WALLACE HAMERTON LPGA
Wallace was fortunate in being introduced to the game at a very young age by her parents. After college and culinary school, she spent 17 years as a Pastry Chef. She has played in 9 USGA national championship, won 13 state tournaments and was runner up in the Arizona state am. She is a Teaching Professional at Belfair Plantation where she has mentored under Carl Lohren for the past 5 years. She continues to work on her own game and instruction under Carl's tuteladge and brilliant " One Move" system.
ANDREW BOSTROM, PGA
Andrew grew up in Lynden, Washington, eventually becoming the Washington 2A State High School Champion and Captain of the University of the Pacific golf team in Stockton, California. As a PGA Professional, Andrew worked at Quaker Ridge Golf Club in Scarsdale, NY and Southward Ho Country Club on Long Island where he was twice named Metropolitan PGA Assistant Professional of the Year. His playing highlights include five tournament wins in the Metropolitan Section and a tournament record 60 in the Tommy Thomas Pro-Am at Barona Creek Golf Club. Currently, Andrew is the Head Golf Professional at Green Brook Country Club in North Caldwell, NJ and serves on the New Jersey PGA Education Committee. Andrew resides in Montclair, NJ with his wife Laura, and new son Graham.