Meet Todd Bordonaro

PGA Certified Professional

Todd Bordonaro is a highly accomplished instructor and coach with over twenty years of teaching experience. Todd’s adult students are often from corporate backgrounds and want to learn the game as an additional tool to have on their business resumes. They come from diverse professions such as law, medicine, education, professional sports, politics and the arts. For the past eight years, he has delivered trainings to hundreds of fellow golf professionals including PGA and LPGA members. His junior students have played for twenty different high schools in New York City and Westchester County. They have won multiple tournaments on the U.S. kids, MET PGA, AJGA, IJGA and Hurricane golf tours. His college players have played for Division 1, 2, and 3 schools. He has studied with the best teachers and coaches in golf including: Ben Doyle, Hank Haney, Jim Hardy, Dave Pelz, Bobby Clampett, Mike Breed, Mike Jacobs and Sean Foley. Todd’s certifications include: The PGA of America (Class A Certified Professional), The First Tee (Recognized Coach and National Trainer), The Impact Zone (Certified Advanced Instructor), The Golfing Machine (Authorized Instructor), The Titleist Performance Institute (Certified Golf Fitness Instructor) and The American Fitness Professionals Association (Certified Sports Nutrition Coach).  Todd has been featured on ESPN’s Golf Talk Radio, Forbes Magazine, The Daily News, Fox 5 New York and The NBC Sunday Morning Show. He is the author of three instructional books and several articles for Met Golfer magazine. In 2009 the Metropolitan PGA awarded Todd the Player Development award for outstanding contributions in growing the game of golf.

Meet Eugene Lloyd

Professional Fitness Coach

Born in Harrisburg, PA, Eugene has been a Certified Personal Trainer, Sports Conditioning Specialist and Group Exercise Instructor for the past 25 years, working with professional athletes and coaches for Soccer, Golf, and Tennis. Eugene’s success comes from his connection with people and a passion for movement in all forms this philosophy has fueled his drive for success. When not coaching Eugene enjoys Martial Arts training, going to baseball games (go Orioles) and participating in numerous charity events including the Fight For Air, Stair Climb for the American Lung Association and the Men’s Health Urbanathlon, which he runs to promote awareness for Alzheimer’s Disease.