By Swing Man Golf Staff

Many golfers in the golf world are familiar with lists like Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Teachers, Golf Digest ‘s 100 Best Teachers, Golf Digest’s America’s 50 Best Teachers, Golf Digest’s Best Young Teachers in America, etc.

As much work was probably put in to those lists, some people would argue that there were great teachers who were missing from the list…and perhaps some that didn’t belong.

As such, we decided to do a different take on these traditional lists. Deserving or not, we wanted to find out which teachers were most sought after by the golfing population.

Using some advanced Google Analytics tools we analyzed over 600 teaching professionals who we felt should be considered.

Interestingly, being a coach of Tiger Woods automatically puts one in the Top 5, the Tiger Woods bump.

Swing Man Golf’s Jaacob Bowden came in at T-67th.

Based on the data that we uncovered, we bring you the following…the “Top 100 Most Popular Teacher’s in the World” list.

Ties are listed in descending alphabetical order of the countdown.

82nd Gary Wiren
82nd Tom Stickney
82nd Randy Smith
82nd Fred Shoemaker
82nd Trillium Sellers
82nd Scott Sackett
82nd Brady Riggs
82nd Andy Plummer
82nd Dale Lynch
82nd Brian Lackey
82nd Charlie King
82nd Derek Hooper
82nd Michael Hebron
82nd John Graham
82nd Travis Fulton
82nd Chuck Evans
82nd Krista Dunton
82nd Dana Dahlquist
82nd Jeff Coston
82nd Nick Bradley
67th Shaun Webb
67th Jim Waldron
67th Matt Swanson
67th Jim Suttie
67th Kellie Stenzel
67th Mitchell Spearman
67th Dan Shauger
67th James Leitz
67th Don Law
67th Jack Kuykendall
67th Jamie Fischer
67th Marius Filmalter
67th Michael Brisbane
67th Brad Brewer
67th Jaacob Bowden
63rd Eddie Merrins
63rd Gregg Mchatton
63rd Dalton McCrary
63rd Bob May
53rd Gabriel Writer
53rd Don Trahan
53rd Rick Smith
53rd Phil Rodgers
53rd Chuck Quinton
53rd David Orr
53rd Brian Mogg
53rd Michael Michaelides
53rd Geoff Mangum
53rd Scott Hamilton
51st Chris O’Connell
51st Debbie Doniger
43rd Josh Zander
43rd James Sieckmann
43rd Jeff Ritter
43rd Maggie Noel
43rd Pia Nilsson
43rd Mike Malaska
43rd Bill Harmon
43rd Gary Gilchrist
38th Suzy Whaley
38th Grant Waite
38th Claude Harmon III
38th Ben Doyle
38th Mark Blackburn
35th Mac O’Grady
35th Darrell Klassen
35th Mike Adams
30th Stan Utley
30th Brian Manzella
30th Pete Cowen
30th Chuck Cook
30th Zach Allen
25th Bob Toski
25th Kelvin Miyahira
25th Meredith Kirk
25th Jim Hardy
25th Bobby Clampett
21st Andrew Rice
21st Peter Kostis
21st Wayne Defrancesco
21st Manuel De La Torre
18th Doug Tewell
18th Dave Stockton
18th Martin Chuck
16th Monte Scheinblum
16th Todd Graves
12th Dave Pelz
12th Michael Breed
12th Mike Bender
12th Jimmy Ballard
9th Jim McLean
9th Martin Hall
9th Shawn Clement
8th Todd Anderson
7th David Leadbetter
6th Paul Wilson
5th Chris Como
3rd Hank Haney
3rd Sean Foley
2nd Butch Harmon
1st Mark Crossfield

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"Jaacob's work is great. It's pretty straight forward. There are no magical tricks and it doesn't mess with your golf swing. If you follow his advices, you will drive it further."

Pablo Martin, 3-Time European Tour Winner, Increased Max Swing Speed from 119 mph to 128 mph

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Swing Man Golf Premier Member Gary S

"Working with Jaacob's swing speed training programs I increased my speed by 12 miles per hour in one month. The game is a lot more fun with the driving distances I'm hitting them. Now I'm reaching greens in two more often. Swing speed training really works."

Gary S, Premier Member

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Premier Member increased Golf Swing Speed to 130 Mph

"When I first started the swing speed training I was very skeptical it would do anything for me because I was already swinging at speeds close to 130 mph. But I wanted to get to the next level and be able to compete in Long Drive Events. So I gave it a try. I gained 13 mph in just one month of the basic swing speed training."

24 Years Old, Premier Member

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