A PGA golf professional and attorney, Mr. Eisenberg has more than 20 years of experience in golf course operations and professional golf training. His expertise includes golf course and driving range design, safety and risk management. During his career, Mr. Eisenberg owned and managed a golf course and training academy. He has helped create golf course and driving range operations and safety modules for universities in the United States, China, and Jamaica. Mr. Eisenberg headed faculty training and development for the PGA of America Education Center. He trained and tested more than 5,000 students in golf operations as well as certified more than 3,000 students as Golf Professionals for the PGA of America. In addition to being a master instructor at Impact Golf Zone, Mr. Eisenberg teaches professional golf management courses at Keiser University and National University. He has authored numerous articles on risk management, tournament operations, and golf course operations and safety for national trade journals.


  • Certified PGA Professional in Golf Operations and General Management, Advanced Assessment Training, PGA Education Center, 2004
  • PGA Business School I, II, III, 1995
  • JD, Law, Syracuse University, 1986
  • BA, Political Science, Union College, 1983


  • Horton Smith Award for PGA Education, PGA of America
    • Section Winner, 2007
    • National Finalist Second Place, 2007
  • PGA of America, Member, 1995 – Present
  • PGA President’s Council, Member, 2003 – Present
  • South Florida PGA, Member, 2000 – Present
  • PGA Education Committee, Member, 2007
  • PGA National Golf Subcommittee on Education, Member, 1999 – 2001
  • PGA Curriculum Development Committee, Member, 1999 – 2001
  • Metropolitan PGA, Member, 1995 – 2001
  • Metropolitan PGA Education Committee, Member, 1996 – 1998

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