TRAVERSE CITY — Adam Schriber, an internationally acclaimed Michigan-based golf instructor, has joined LochenHeath Golf Club near Traverse City as the director of instruction.
Schriber was named among the Top 100 teachers by Golf Magazine. He will work with LochenHeath members and the golf professionals at the facility while continuing to teach touring professionals and top-ranked amateurs from around the world.
“We are excited to have Adam joining our team at LochenHeath Golf Club,” General Manager Kevin O’Brien said. “To have the No. 1 teacher in Michigan according to Golf Magazine bring his talents to LochenHeath is a wonderful opportunity.”
Schriber is a graduate of Ferris State University’s Professional Golf Management Program, has coached PGA Tour standout Anthony Kim since age 14 and LPGA standout Candie Kung since age 16. Each of them has previously been ranked among the top 10 golfers in the world while working with Schriber.
He also works with PGA Tour player; Jim Renner, a recent runner-up in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, and Casey Wittenberg on the Web.com Tour, as well as David Lipsky on the Asian Tour as part of 12 current full-time touring professional students. Michigan-connected students include Traverse City native Randall Hutchinson on the Web.com Tour and mini-tour players Ryan Brehm, Clarke Klassen, Drew Preston, and Jack Newman.
Schriber has coached winners on the PGA, Web.com, European, Japanese, Asian, Australian and Canadian tours, winners of the men’s and women’s U.S. Public Links Championship, AJGA Players of the Year, and several top-ranked junior golfers and amateurs.
A former PGA and Nationwide Tour player, he most recently taught in Michigan at the Kingsley Club near Traverse City and Crystal Mountain Resort in Thompsonville.