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Background Information

Employment History

PGA TOUR Inc


Assistant Professional

Philadelphia Country Club


President

Concept Golf


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About John A. Toepel Jr

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About John A. Toepel Jr
About John A. Toepel Jr About John A. Toepel Jr John was born and raised in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, where he began playing golf at the age of eight. At the age of 12 he played in the finals of the Club Championship, losing to a 35-year-old. The next year, he lost in the quarterfinals. John won the Club Championship each of the next 7 years. John attended Purdue University, where he earned a degree in Mathematics. After graduation, he spent two years in the Army as an officer, including one year in Vietnam. All the while, John knew his dream was to play on the PGA Tour. In the summer of 1969 John won the Wisconsin State Open, beating Andy North by one stroke. John worked at the Philadelphia Country Club as an assistant professional for three years. He also worked at the Jupiter Hills Club in Florida before joining the PGA Tour in May of 1972. John spent five years on the PGA Tour. Some of his career highlights include: John finished 11th at Westchester in 1974, and 2nd in the following Monday's Pro-Am John finished 5th at Tallahassee in 1974;


Concept Golf

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John Toepel
John was born and raised in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, where he began playing golf at the age of eight. At the age of 12 he played in the finals of the Club Championship, losing to a 35-year-old. The next year, he lost in the quarterfinals. John won the Club Championship each of the next 7 years. John attended Purdue University, where he earned a degree in Mathematics. After graduation, he spent two years in the Army as an officer, including one year in Vietnam. All the while, John knew his dream was to play on the PGA Tour. In the summer of 1969 John won the Wisconsin State Open, beating Andy North by one stroke. John worked at the Philadelphia Country Club as an assistant professional for three years. He also worked at the Jupiter Hills Club in Florida before joining the PGA Tour in May of 1972. John spent five years on the PGA Tour. Some of his career highlights include: John finished 11th at Westchester in 1974, and finished 2nd in the following Monday's Pro-Am where he competed with the same players; John finished 5th at Tallahassee in 1974;


www.conceptgolf.com

John ToepelJohn was born and raised in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, where he began playing golf at the age of eight.At the age of 12 he played in the finals of the Club Championship, losing to a 35-year-old.The next year, he lost in the quarterfinals.John won the Club Championship each of the next 7 years. John attended Purdue University, where he earned a degree in Mathematics.After graduation, he spent two years in the Army as an officer, including one year in Vietnam.All the while, John knew his dream was to play on the PGA Tour. In the summer of 1969 John won the Wisconsin State Open, beating Andy North by one stroke.John worked at the Philadelphia Country Club as an assistant professional for three years.He also worked at the Jupiter Hills Club in Florida before joining the PGA Tour in May of 1972.John spent five years on the PGA Tour.Some of his career highlights include:John finished 11th at Westchester in 1974, and finished 2nd in the following Monday's Pro-Am where he competed with the same players; John finished 5th at Tallahassee in 1974;


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Our Knowledge Center contains in depth articles on the nuances of the handicap, as well as insights from the Concept Golf System by renowned teacher and former Tour Professional, John Toepel


MyScorecard Knowledge Center

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John has been a professional golf instructor for over 25 years, including five years on the PGA Tour.
He's had several top ten finishes including the Australian Open, the Westchester Classic and the Tallahassee Open. During his PGA Tour years, he was paired with Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Tom Watson. But Toepel was a frustrated golfer, even as a PGA Tour player:


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