“Golf is a game and as such is meant to be enjoyed” -Gary Wiren

Gary Wiren’s career embraces a broad range of golf activities, including: Teacher, Author, Administrator, Business Owner, Inventor, Program Developer, Player, Collector, Speaker, Entertainer, and Motivational Teacher.


Gary Wiren is a member of six Golf Halls of Fame, including the PGA Hall of Fame and the World Golf Teachers Hall of Fame, and has honorary memberships or distinguished-service recognition from Sweden, Italy, New Zealand and Japan.

Wiren was a collegiate conference champion, won the South Florida Seniors PGA title, the South Florida long-driving championship, played in the USGA Senior Open and the PGA Senior Championship and has won the World Hickory Championship.

He has written or participated in the writing of over 250 magazine articles and 14 books including The PGA Teaching Manual, the most influential book on golf instruction in history. His popular and award winning, “When Golf Is a Ball,” was selected as the “best golf book in the year 2004.”


In 1987, Wiren was selected by the PGA of America as its “Teacher of the Year” in the USA, and has consistently been picked by Golf Magazine as one of America’s 100 Best Teachers and by Golf Digest as Top 50 (currently ranked 23rd).

Has taught over 250,000 people in private, groups, and seminars in 30 countries. Now Sr. Director of Instruction for all Trump Golf properties while teaching out of the exclusive Trump International Golf Club, in West Palm Beach, Florida.


Keynote speaker at the First World Scientific Congress of Golf in St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1990, and twice more as a featured lecturer. Was a main presenter at World Teaching Summits in Canada, Australia, France and Italy. He is sought after as a speaker for golf/motivation/entertainment talks to private club dinners, business meetings, and corporate groups  for numerous years.


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The Gary Wiren Golf Collection is certainly one of the finest private collections in the world.

One of the features of the collection is its variety, which includes balls, books, clubs, postcards, first-day covers, tees, magazines, art, catalogs, sheet music, ball molds, advertising, art, silver, statuary, medals, etc.