Ibis Golf and Country Club
West Palm Beach, FL
(561) 624-8922 ext 4505
Ibis Country Club, featuring one of the premier practice facilities in South Florida, is home to the Martin Hall Golf Academy. The entire facility covers more than 12 acres. Both practice tees are covered with Seashore Paspalium Grass that provides a superior hitting surface. The north tee is more than 94,000 square feet and the south tee is more than 50,000 square feet. The north tee provides more than 50 hitting stations and the south tee allows for more than 30 stations each day. Additionally, the tee line is moved daily to provide the best hitting surface. The practice fairway has 12 target flags and each of these flags is laser measured daily. All four corners of our practice area are highlighted by short game facilities. Chipping, pitching and bunker areas allow you to practice shots up to 75 yards from the green with various lies and conditions. Ibis also has four Champion Bermuda Grass practice putting surfaces. They are located at various areas around the facility to allow for easy access.
Martin Hall is currently the Director of Instruction at Ibis Golf and Country Club in West Palm Beach, Fla. He has been a golf professional since 1975 and competed on the European Tour. Hall is a renowned teaching professional who has taught players on the PGA Tour, PGA Senior Tour and LPGA Tour.
Hall has been named a Golf Digest Top 50 Teacher for the past 10 years. He is also a contributing teacher for Golf Magazine along with being named a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher since 1994. Hall was honored as the Southeast Chapter PGA Teacher of the Year in 2002, South Florida PGA Teacher of the Year in 2003, and was the recipient of the 2008 PGA Teacher of the Year award and in the same year was awarded Master Professional status by the PGA of Great Britain and Ireland.
Martin Hall, Host
Tuesdays 7PM ET
Martin has made it a life time vocation to study the golf swing and has learned by spending time with and studying the very best which include John Jacobs, Bob Toski, Jim Flick, Peter Kostis, Henry Cotton, Homer Kelly, Jim Hardy, Phil Ritson, Mike Bender, Chuck Evans, Ben Doyle, Chuck Cook, Tom Ness, Jim Suttie, Hank Haney, Stan Utley, Dr Rick Jensen. Also with biomechanics experts Greg Rose, Dave Phillips, Rob Neal, Phil Cheetham and Lynne Beasley.
Through his involvement with the Golf Channel Martin has been able to recently spend time with and pick the brains of Hall of Fame golfers, Arnold Palmer, Ray Floyd, Annika Sorenstam, Nick Faldo, Lanny Wadkins and Tom Watson.