Dr. Herbert Lowe has been named to the USGTF Advisory Board. A native of Jamaica, Lowe came to the United States to attend Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, where he picked up the game. He caddied in his native country but did not really play the game in earnest until he came to the U.S. After receiving his doctorate in psychology, Lowe worked at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center in the South Bronx, New York, for a number of years. Outside of work, he was involved with the Boys & Girls Club, using golf to help young people learn about life skills. One of his invited guests over the years, Chi Chi Rodriguez, helped Lowe in getting his message across to the young people he was mentoring. Lowe also helped with The First Tee program, as well. He and his young golfers were featured on NBC during the U.S. Open played at Bethpage Black in New York in 2002. Lowe also conducted golf training for a number of corporate groups while living in New York. Lowe is currently retired and lives in West Palm Beach, Florida, although he remains active. He serves as a golf coach with his church group, and is a consultant with the Environmental Health Foundation in Jamaica. He also is author of the book Counseling in Public Schools, which is a manual for guidance counselors. The book will be available this November.