Martin Hall

TV Personality

Martin Hall joined Golf Channel in 2011 and is the host of the network’s popular instruction program, School of Golf.

Currently the Director of Instruction at Ibis Golf Course in West Palm Beach, Fla., Hall has been a golf professional since 1975 and previously competed on the European Tour. A renowned teaching professional, he has taught several players on the PGA TOUR, Champions Tour and LPGA Tour. LPGA Tour player Morgan Pressel is among one of Hall’s former students.

Consistently named among Golf Digest’s “Top 50 Teachers” and Golf Magazine’s “Top 100 Teachers”, Hall was named South East Chapter PGA Teacher of the Year in 2002, South Florida PGA Teacher of the Year in 2003, and in 2008 was named PGA National Teacher of the Year in addition to being awarded master status by the PGA of Great Britain & Ireland.

Hall has taught in 16 different countries and has produced and consulted on numerous instructional platforms, including 19 instructional videos and five instructional books. Hall also has authored three books on his own, titled Golf Myths Exposed, What the Pros Know that You Don’t, and Houdini Shots.

Hall has made a lifetime vocation to learn from the game’s best teachers, and has studied under many of them – Bob Toski, Jim Flick, Peter Kostis, John Jacobs, Henry Cotton, Homer Kelly, Jim Hardy, Phil Ritson, Mike Bender, Chuck Evans, Ben Doyle, Chuck Cook, Tom Ness, Jim Suttie, Craig Harmon, and Dr. Rick Jensen. He is married to 1997 LPGA Rookie of the Year Lisa (Hackney) Hall, who was a two-time Solheim Cup participant, four-time Ladies European Tour and one-time Symetra Tour winner, with nine total victories around the world.