Michael Breed

Ranked as the top instructor in New York State for over 6 years, and a Top 50 Instructor in America by Golf Digest, Michael is one of the most dynamic and entertaining teachers in the game.

Meet Michael

Featured Videos

From Michael Breed On September 22, 2022
What's the most difficult bunker shot in golf? The long bunker shot? A plugged...
From Michael Breed On September 22, 2022
Bunker shots can be challenging enough. But what do you do if you find your golf...
From Michael Breed On April 01, 2022
Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x, which one should you play? Join Michael Breed, one...
From Michael Breed On November 02, 2021
You've just hit a great drive. You have a short iron in your hands and a perfect...
From Michael Breed On April 07, 2021
In order to improve your putting, you have to know how to practice and in this...
From Michael Breed On March 31, 2021
The 18th hole at TPC Sawgrass is an extreme but great example of a challenge...

MEET MICHAEL

Michael Breed is one of the most dynamic and entertaining teachers in the game. He is the host of A New Breed of Golf on Sirius XM PGA Tour Radio weekday mornings from 8-10 AM EST, and the digital series A New Breed of Golf, available on Facebook Watch and YouTube. Additionally, Michael operates the Michael Breed Golf Academy at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point in New York City.

Golf Digest has ranked Michael as the top instructor in New York State for over 6 years, and a Top 50 Instructor in America. Golf Magazine ranks Michael in the Top 100 Instructors in America, and the PGA of America named him the National Teacher of the Year in 2012. The Metropolitan PGA Section has recognized Michael for a number of awards, including Teacher of the Year in 2000 and 2009, the only two-time winner of the award. Michael has been a Titleist staff member since 1998.

For more instruction from Michael, visit https://michaelbreed.com, and follow him on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


"My teaching philosophy can be described as 'Ball to Body.' I take the information the ball presents and use it to determine what the body is doing, and what it can do better."

- Michael Breed