Jordan began his golf career at the age of 8 in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Jordan earned a full athletic scholarship to attend Eastern Michigan University. While at EMU, Jordan won medalist honors at several NCAA events. He was a 2-year captain and was named Second Team ALL-MAC in 1994. Jordan began his professional career after college, qualifying to play the Canadian Tour, 1995-97. He spent three seasons traveling across Canada competing with professionals from around the globe.
In the winter months, Jordan spent time in Florida, learning from the legendary great, Moe Norman. He has recently spent time learning from Jim Suttie, Jim Flick, Mike Malaska and Phil Blackmar. In 1997, Jordan returned to Michigan, married, and began work at some of the premier private clubs in SE Michigan; Walnut Creek CC, 97, Grosse Ile CC, 98-05 and Barton Hills CC, 2006. Currently, Jordan is the Director of Instruction at Fox Hills Learning Center in Plymouth, Mi.
The Fox Hills Learning Center has a diverse staff of 9 teaching professionals each offerring outstanding instruction. Jordan remains an avid player within the state of Michigan. He participates in many of the Michigan PGA Section events earning many recognitions and titles. In 2007, while at the National Professional Championships, he was featured and interviewed for an instructional tip with golf legend Donna Caponi, The Golf Channel. In 2008, Jordan was a guest instructor, representing the Michigan PGA, at the PGA Championships at Oakland Hills CC. He currently sits on several committees within the state of Michigan; Eastern Chapter President, member of the Teaching Committee, Founder of the Michigan Teaching and Coaching Summitt, and member of the Michigan PGA Section Board of Directors.
Jordan lives in Flat Rock, Michigan with his wife Kristin and son Dylan