Director of Instruction
Bill is a native of Staten Island N.Y. and was fortunate to have been mentored by Jim Albus, an outstanding club professional and 6 time winner on the Champions Tour.
As an amateur, Bill was the youngest Publinx golfer to win the Metropolitan Amateur, doing so in 1974 and 75. Also in 1975, Bill won the National Junior College Championship. Shortly after graduating from the University of Florida in 1979, he turned professional and won the Met Open.
Bill earned his PGA Tour card in 1980 and played the Tour for 15 years. During that time he won the 1989 Centel Classic and finished 2nd four times. In 1990 Bill finished in the top 10 in two major championships, finishing 7th in the Masters and 4th in the PGA Championship.
During Bill's playing career he had the opportunity to work with many of golf's best instructors, working for 8 years with Jim Mclean. Since leaving the PGA Tour in 1996, Bill has taught golf at numerous facilities, been a Co-Head Professional, and in 2005 became a Master Instructor at the Jim Mclean Golf School at Doral.
During Bill's Tour career he was elected to the PGA Tour Advisory Council 4 times. He has published instructional articles for The Met Golfer, New Jersey Golfer, and Sports Illustrated. In 2004 Bill was selected by Titelist to be one of their 11 Prominent Club Fitters in the United States and was selected by Golf Digest as one of the "Top Ten Teachers" in New Jersey.
Bill is a Class A member of the PGA of America and a lifetime member of the PGA Tour. He lives in New Jersey with his wife Isabelle and their 4 children.
- 15 year PGA Tour Player
- PGA Tour Winner-Centel Classic
- Finished 7th 1990 Masters
- 4th 1990 PGA Championship
- 2002 NJPGA Player of the Year
- 2005 Golf Digest "Top Ten Teacher”in New Jersey
- 2006 NJPGA "Senior Player of the Year"
- 2008 Finished "Senior PGA Championship"
- 2008 NJPGA "Teacher of the Year"
- 2009 Senior PGA National Champion