From Our Editors
Kieran P. McCarthy has amassed an impressive list of golf-related accomplishments. When you consider he didn't even play the game until he was a senior in high school, those accomplishments become all the more impressive. Kieran has been a PGA member since 2001, and has even had the honor of caddying for such legends as Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman.
Perhaps his biggest contribution to the sport, though, has been his readiness to share the wisdom that he's learned over his career. Kieran does just that through clinics, camps, and private lessons, where he emphasizes the game's fundamentals above all. Instead of having students practice secondary skills, such as the ability to juggle flaming nine irons, Kieran has them work from the ground-up: grip, posture, and, finally, the swing itself. It's an approach that maximizes efficiency and one that Kieran enhances by offering optional video analysis.