MZ3 Golf Academy Staff

Scott Morris

PGA Professional Teaching Professional Originally from Indianapolis and PGA professional since 1980, Scott Morris teaches golf to adults and juniors as individuals or groups and is responsible for the planning and development of Junior Golf programs at Gray Eagle Golf Club, Ironwood Golf Club and Winding Ridge Golf Club. An accomplished player, most recently Morris qualified for the 2009 U.S. Senior Open at Crooked Stick in Carmel, Ind. He is a two-time Indiana Section Assistants champion, a two-time Pete Dye National Pro-Am champion and a 15-time Indiana Challenge Cup participant. Prior to joining Ironwood Golf Club, Morris was head PGA professional at Royal Highlands Golf Club in Knightstown, Ind., assistant golf professional at Harbour Trees Golf Club in Noblesville, Ind., and assistant golf professional at Brookshire Golf Club in Carmel, Ind. Today residing in Carmel, he graduated Lawrence Central High School in Indianapolis and attended both Depauw and Indiana universities.

 


 

Michael Zedrick III

PGA Professional Teaching Professional Michael Zedrick began his career as an assistant in Danville, Illinois where he learned under the former coach at Methodist University who won 7 Women’s Division III National Titles.  Michael has an extensive background in teaching working for several of the best instructors in the Midwest and the country.  Following his time in Danville he worked under Jan Tellstrom for a year at Smock and was part of the award winning junior golf program. He went back to Danville where he then worked under 2 time Central Illinois PGA Teacher of the Year. After becoming a member of the PGA of America he spent 2 years as an assistant at the TPC Scottsdale and was hired to work with the ESPN Golf Schools under the leadership of Hank Haney. Michael spent the next 4 years as Head Golf Professional at the Kanakaee Elks C.C. and Stonhenge G. & C.C. before returning to the Indianapolis area. A graduate of Eastern Illinois University with a degree in business management, he became an assistant in 1995. In 2000, Michael was elected to membership in the PGA of America. Michael has been certified as a Titleist Performance Institute instructor and is also certified through US Kids Golf. All lesson instruction is now available with V1 Swing Analysis and access to their own online swing locker. Michael runs all of the Junior Camps and clinics at Gray Eagle.  Michael lives on the south side of Indy with his wife Jodi and two boys, Michael IV and Lane.  Michael instructed at both Smock Golf Course and Gray Eagle Golf Club for several years.  Now Michael is teaching full time at Gray Eagle Golf Club in Fishers.   He is responsible for private and group instruction, as well as, junior golf camps and clinics.

 


 

Fred Mattingly

Fred has been a PGA Member since 1994. Growing up in central Kentucky, Fred competed in local and statewide junior events highlighted with his victory in the Kentucky PGA Junior Championship that led to playing the the National PGA Junior Championship, as well as winning a high school team championship. Fred played collegiate golf at Eastern Kentucky University. During his time at Eastern, he won his local US Amateur, as well as helping his team capture the OVC Conference Championship. After college, Fred turned professional and over his playing career has won over 20 Professional titles between his time in Kentucky and Indiana PGA Sections.  Fred has also competed in 2 National PGA Championships.

Before coming to Gray Eagle, Fred taught at the Golf School of Indiana. Fred is an experienced club fitter and combines his knowledge of the golf swing with club technology to help his students reach their goals. Fred utilizes video as well as FlightScope X3 launch monitor data to instruct his students.

 

Erica Wicoff

Erika Wicoff is an LPGA Teaching, and former Tour, Professional. For over 15 years, she has been teaching students to play better golf. Using her former successful playing career and technique gained from years of instructing, Erika is able to teach not only swing fundamentals of both the long and short games, but also the physical, mental and emotional demands of course management.

Erika’s playing successes, including two-time Medalist honors at the USGA US Women’s Amateur and a record-making three-time Women’s Big Ten Individual Championship winner, garnered her the following accolades:

               Marilynn Smith Award (Women’s Golf’s Heisman-1996)

               Indiana University Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee (2006)

               Blackford County High School Hall of Fame Inductee (2014)

               Indiana High School Golf Coaches Association Hall of Fame Inductee (2018)

               Indiana PGA Hall of Fame Inductee (2019)

Erika’s passion for playing has become a passion for teaching. Her love of the game of golf has been benefitted by hundreds of players who have been under her tutelage and now enjoy their own golf successes.

Contact Erika at (530) 401-0068, schedule a lesson and make this season your best season yet!