AL Morales grew up in Miami, Florida and started playing golf at the young age of 11. He always had a constant desire to be around the game of golf especially since winning the Dade Junior Amateur Golf Championship at age 16.

AL is a PGA Member and a Graduate of the PGA of America Professional Golf Management Program.  The PGA-PGM is a 4 year/600-hour comprehensive course preparing USPGA Professionals for all aspects of the Golf industry. 

  • Swing Concepts of Teaching
  • Junior Golfer Development
  • Computer Analysis of the Swing
  • Golf Psychology
  • Advanced Rules of Golf
  • Customer Relations
  • Tournament Operations
  • Business Planning & Operations
  • Golf Club Design & Repair
  • CPR/First Aid
  • Supervising & Delegating
  • Merchandising & Inventory
  • Food and Beverage Management
  • Golf Car Fleet Management
  • Caddie Development
  • Golf Range Management
  • Golf Facility Design
  • Golf Course Design
  • Business Communications
  • Turf-grass Management

AL turned pro in 1989 and to date has logged more 30,000 hours of teaching golfers of all levels from as young as 2 years old to as senior as 82. From total Beginners to Scratch Players and not to mention the Physically Challenged.  However, his favorite students are the kids. AL believes that "The Future of Golf is in the Grips of Our Children"

 

Founder Member, Asia Pacific Champions Tour

Member, Hong Kong Professional Golfers Association

Member, International Professional Golfers Association

Member, European Golf Challenge Tour

Member/Captain, The Bacardi Cup

Golf Teacher of the Year, Mel Reese, Florida

Toyota Team Match Play Captain

Golf Ambassador to the City of Miami

Committee Member, WTMI Golf Classic

Co-Chairman, Dade Amateur Golf Association

President, Hong Kong Pro Golf Club

Head Professional, Palm Island Golf & Resort