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By Larry Levow, PGA

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While Larry was based in Boca Raton Florida teaching the Short Game for Dave Pelz, he traveled from one end of the country to the other, giving one and three-day clinics. For over 30 years now, working for four of the top ten instructors in the world, Larry has taught golf to thousands of people and earned a reputation of one of the countries leading golf teachers.

Pilgrimage to Gurus

Larry explains golf swing instruction to 1400 AM The Fan’s Golf Hosts Greg DePalma and Bob Fox on their Saturday morning golf show at the Country Club of Miami in Miami Florida. Larry is working with Bob Fox on his Golf Swing, Putting, and complete short game including Chipping, Pitch, Wedge, and Bunker.

1400 The Fan with Greg and Bob

During the time when Larry was a PGA Club Professional, he devoted time to becoming one of the state's best players. In 1990 he qualified for the Florida State Championship.

Levow Takes Aim Newspaper Article

Larry and his son Jordan finished tied for first at the annual Pro Father-son at the "Links at Boynton Beach" in May 2004. As a two-man team, they shot 71. Jordan is 10 years old. Shortly after this tournament, Jordan carded his first "Hole In One" on the Short Course at PGA Village in Port Saint Lucie, Florida.

Larry & Jordan

Larry and Heather out to dinner with Bob and Lynn Toski. The dinner table conversation was about…..you guessed it, the golf swing and a little about life on the links

Bob & Lynn Toski with Larry and Heather

Larry, with His wife Heather, continues to promote the game of golf with people from all walks of life and back rounds. For several years Larry had been supporting and conducting clinics for the National Blind Golfers Association and the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind. This event was reported by the Miami Herald.

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