Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, Clark Spratlin is in his 21st year as a PGA Professional. Clark played collegiately at the University of Georgia and Columbus State University. After spending three years playing golf for a living; [Clark is quick to add, it’s not really a living if you don’t earn any money], Clark pursued opportunities as a PGA Professional. He worked at private Clubs in Atlanta including the Atlanta Country Club and as the Head Professional at Atlanta National Golf Club for over 7 years. Clark then worked in Blue Ridge, GA as the Director of Golf for a development course much like Currahee Club.
Clark is an outstanding player and one of his keys forte’s is teaching. He is the recipient of the 2011 Gregg Wolff Award from the Georgia PGA Section for the low stroke average for the year, finishing with a stroke average of 69.3 over 16 stroke play rounds. Married to his wife Debbie and the father of 15 year old triplet daughters, Clark and Debbie look forward to the permanent move to Toccoa and becoming part of the community as we strive to create the Currahee Calm
How To Practice
There is only one way to improve your ball striking capabilities and become a better golfer and that is to practice. So often many golfers go to the range and mindlessly bang range balls. In this golf tip from Clark Spratlin you'll learn how to make the most of your practice sessions.
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