To say that Adam has played golf in Ann Arbor a few times would be a massive understatement. Adam grew up playing mostly public golf in the area and had quite the junior and high school golf record. While in high school, Adam lettered all four years and was All-State first team his final 2 years, finishing runner-up in Michigan his junior year. After winning numerous junior events, he put the exclamation mark on his junior career by winning the state Junior Amateur at University of Michigan Golf course in 2001. After earning a division 1 scholarship and playing at Eastern Michigan University, he has continued to play competitively in GAM and USGA events, as well as winning local events such as the Ann Arbor City Championship and Washtenaw County Amateur. Ultimately, he competed in over 10 Michigan Amateurs. He considers the pinnacle of his Amateur career qualifying for the USGA Mid-Amateur in 2010.
Professionally, Adam became the premier club fitter in the state of Michigan, having worked at Miles of Golf and running Club Champion Golf in Royal Oak, MI. Being that he had always had much more than a curiosity about the golf swing, going into teaching became the logical next step. After learning more about Bio Swing Dynamics from Measured Golf Co-Founder Michael Dutro, he finally found a well-researched teaching philosophy backed by science and data. Adam looks forward to helping his hometown golfers improve their golf games with Measured Golf, and couldn’t be happier to be back home in Ann Arbor.
Adam brings to the table a unique combination of both club fitting and golf swing knowledge. Having used TrackMan4 for over 5 years, he now owns his own TM4 unit which is utilized in most lessons and club fittings to measure swing and ball flight data. As Measured Golf continues to expand, Adam will be spearheading the Club Fitting Department with a different spin on things. The teaching philosophy that will be used is based on Bio Swing Dynamics, focusing much more on efficiency of body movement and how to best use larger muscle groups to gain power and distance, rather than technical positions.