Chad Campbell

Played collegiate golf at Midland College from 1992-1994 (’93 and ’94 Conference medalist; ’94 Region V

Tournament medalist; ’94 NJCAA Tournament medalist runner up; ’94 NJCAA All-American)

• Awarded scholarship and transferred to University of Nevada-Las Vegas after two years at Midland College

• Turned professional in 1996

• Won 13 times on the NGA Hooters Tour from 1996-2000

• 3 wins during 2001 Tour season (now the Tour) – earned Battlefield Promotion directly to the

PGA Tour

• 2001 Tour Player of the Year and Leading Money Winner

• PGA Tour career that includes 4 wins, 11 runners-up, 52 Top 10s, and over $25 million in career earnings

• 4-Time PGA Tour winner (2003 Tour Championship, 2004 Bay Hill Invitational, 2006 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic,

2007 Viking Classic)

• 3-Time Team USA Ryder Cup team member

• Earned a spot in the Top 10 in the Official World Golf Ranking during 2004 season

• Western Junior College Athletic

Conference Hall of Fame member

• UNLV Hall of Fame member

• Proud husband to Amy, and father of four (Grayson, Dax, Cannon and Dodge)

• Currently resides in Colleyville, TX

Birthplace: Andrews, Texas

Born: May 31, 1974

Died: N/A

Bill Moretti

Teaching professional since 1979:

Lockhaven CC 1979 - 1982 Andy Bean - David Leadbetter Golf Studio 1983 - 1986 Academy of Golf 1986 - to

present...also teach at Austin Golf Club 2006 - to present.

I have been a Top 100 Golf Magazine teacher since it inception. Won the STPGA Teacher of the Year and Chapter

Teacher of the Year. Have been nominated over 10 times for the STPGA Teacher of the Year honor and have

declined to give my fellow professionals the opportunity.

Trained over 25 teaching professionals. 3 have been named PGA National Teachers of the Year. 6 have won their

section Teachers of the Year award. 6 have been named Top 100 Golf Magazine instructors.

Wrote 7 golf books, 1 published. Wrote 5 teaching manuals. Have over 1000 articles on file, over 50 have been

published in Golf publications.

Taught over 1300 3 day schools. Over 36000 individual lessons.

Work with Westlake, Lake Travis and Vandergrift HS. Between 2004 to 2014 they won 6 state championships. Over

110 HS players I taught received golf scholarships.

Since 2009 I have focused on individual lessons and junior golfers. 50% of the lessons I donate my


PGA member since 1990. Have done over 600 clinics and presentations to Corporate groups, Country Clubs, Junior

Golf, Teachers Clinics and Wounded Warriors.

Notable: Tour Players I have taught on a regular basis. Fred Funk, JL Lewis, Tom Purtzer, Joe Ogilvie, Harrison

Frazar, Greg Kraft, Russ Cochran. Other notables: President Bush and Trump, Jack Nicholson.

Won 7 College events, 2 mini tour events, Qualified and played in 3 National Publinx and Qualified locally in 3 US Opens.

4 year Marketing Degree - Florida International University.

Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri

Born: July 10, 1956

Died: N/A

Bill Macatee

For more than 30 years, Texan Bill Macatee has been a national presence in the game as one of golf's top television

broadcasters. His career has included 28 Masters Tournaments, 20 PGA Championships, every Ryder Cup from

1991 to 2006 and 25 years as a lead announcer of PGA Tour events, such as the AT&T Byron Nelson and the Valero

Texas Open, on CBS. For 18 years, Bill opened the Masters every April from Butler Cabin on Thursday & Friday. For

20 years, he has covered the 14th hole at the Masters, as well as provided insightful interviews for CBS with players

such as Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth as they battled for the Green Jacket. For 18

years, among his roles for CBS at the PGA Championship, Bill has had the honor of interviewing and presenting the

Wanamaker Trophy, to the winner.

Through his television company, Bill has created, hosted and produced a dozen Golf-themed documentaries airing on

CBS. These programs include, "Legends of Magnolia Lane", "When They Were Young" and "The Masters: Phil!", all

produced in Texas, using local production talent. Recently, Bill was included in "50 Lives Transformed" celebrating

the 50th Anniversary of the AT&T Byron Nelson and the Salesmanship Club. Bill joins a list that includes Pres.

George W. Bush, Jack Nicklaus, Jordan Spieth and Ben Crenshaw.

A life-long golfer, Bill is active in the game as a member of several clubs in Texas. Bill has been inducted into the El

Paso Sports Hall of Fame and sponsors the Sonya and William Macatee Scholarships for the Boys & Girls Club of


Bill grew up in El Paso, Texas in a golfing family. He attended Texas State University before graduating from Lamar

University in Beaumont, where he now serves as a Trustee.

Birthplace: El Paso, Texas

Born: November 17, 1955

Died: N/A

Billy Ray Brown

Billy Ray Brown has been a lifelong Texan. He was born in Houston on April 5, 1963. He has had many and varied accomplishments throughout his golf career including:
• As a member of the Dulles High School team; 1979 Texas Regional High School Champions
• 1980 and 1981 Regional and State of Texas Champions
• As a member of the University of Houston golf team: 1982 NCAA Individual Champion and Team Champion; 1983 Fall Southwest Conference Individual Champion; 1983 Third Place Team Finish at NCAA’s; 1984 Fall Southwest Conference Individual Champion and NCAA Team Champion; 1985 NCAA Champions.
• Collegiate Honors: 4 time All Southwest Conference, 4 time NCAA All American; 1982 Bill Ennis Award recognizing city of Houston athlete of the year, Member of the US All-Star Team vs. Japan matches in 1983.

Birthplace: Houston, Texas

Born: April 5, 1963

Died: N/A

Austin Country Club

Local, state, and national events held in the past at Austin Country Club:
• Five Texas State Amateurs: 1910,1928,1953,1961,1975, 2011
• 2010 Texas State Mid-Am Tournament
• Seven Morris Williams (University Of Texas) Intercollegiates 2001-2008
• Seventy-Nine Harvey Penick Invitationals dating back to 1935
• Numerous Southern Texas PGA Section events
• AJGA Tom Kite Junior Tournament
• Numerous Hannon Society Cup Matches and Hannon Junior Tournaments
• Four PGA TOUR World Golf Championships 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Awards such as top 100 courses in America or the State of Texas:
• 4th Best Remodel by Golf Digest 2009
• Top 100 Golf Courses across Texas repeat nominee, most recently named by:
-The Dallas Morning News (in 2017 #13, in 2016 #19)
-Golf Digest (2017-18 #12)

PGA or LPGA Tour players that list Austin Country Club as their home course while playing on their respective tours:
• Tom Kite, Bob Estes (PGA TOUR Players)

Famous amateur golfers that are members of the course:
• Michael Cooper, Brian Noonan, Anna Morales, Wehman Hopke

City: Austin, Texas

Course Opened: 1899

Course Closed: N/A