Host, The Golf Fix
Michael Breed joined Golf Channel in 2009 as host of The Golf Fix, the network’s fast-paced instruction show. Breed currently is the head golf professional at Sunningdale Country Club in Scarsdale, N.Y., and previously was assistant golf professional at Augusta National Golf Club. He has worked as an on-course commentator for Golf Channel since 1999 and has appeared on many of Golf Channel’s shows, including Golf Academy Live, Viewers Forum, Golf Talk Live, Golf Channel Academy and Golf Central.
He authored the book, The Picture Perfect Golf Swing, and has contributed golf instruction for TBS, CBS, Cablevision, Golf Magazine, Sports Illustrated, The Greenwich Time and The New York Post.
As one of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Instructors, Breed earned the Metropolitan PGA Horton Smith Award in 2007 and 2008 and was named 2000 Metropolitan PGA Teacher of the Year. He currently is ranked as the #4 teacher in New York by Golf Digest, and was voted the 2009 Metropolitan PGA Section Teacher of the Year.
Breed’s students include Darron Stiles, Chris Parra, Scott Sterling and LPGA Tour player Meaghan Francella. In the past, he worked with Jay Williamson, Chris Smith, Kyle Reifers, Joe Durant, J.J. Henry, Joe Ogilvie and a number of other PGA and Nationwide Tour Players.
For more instructional work, visit MichaelBreed.com.