He’s an accomplished player, having won his fair share of tournaments, including the Open division of the 2015 United States Golf Teachers Cup. But WGTF Top 100 Teacher Michael Wolf from Evansville, Indiana, is more renowned for a teaching career that has spanned 34 years. His students have played in every USGA event, and have also earned more than $1 million in college scholarship money. “But one of the things I’m most proud of is that 10 or 12 of my formers students are now teachers themselves,” said Wolf, winner of the 2016 Harvey Penick Trophy for Excellence in Golf Teaching. He has recently completed a new and unique book titled The Driven Golfer: Building Your Method for Scratch Golf. What makes the book unique, besides the approach of finding the method that works for each individual golfer, is that each chapter is accompanied by a video to be viewed after completing the chapter. There are three hours of accompanying video in addition to the printed words. As for his teaching, Wolf has built a rapport with his students by helping them formulate a clear path to achieving their goals, laying down a program of improvement, and by teaching them why it is important to build their method in a certain way. The book is 274 pages, and far from being a book strictly for golfers, it can serve as a useful guide for teachers who wish to add a different perspective to their teaching programs. More information can be found at his website, www.TheDrivenGolfer.com.