After turning professional in 1990 out of college, Todd has been involved in promoting the game at all levels. Todd reached Class A membership in the PGA in 1996. He has been teaching and playing golf for almost twenty years. He grew up in northern New York and started playing when he was eleven years old. Won the junior club championship twice and the men's club championship three times at his home course. He went to Ohio Wesleyan University where he was a two-time All-American and two-time NCAC Conference champion. He was inducted into the OWU sports Hall of Fame in 1996. Currently, he is the Director of Instruction at the Falls Golf Complex in Raleigh, NC. He has been at the facility since 1998. In that time time, Todd has given over 9,000 hours of instruction to people of all abilities and ages. We offer programs to juniors, ladies', and men. From beginners to advanced, we tackle all types of golfer.