- PGA Certified, African American Golfers Hall of Fame inductee
- Teach all levels- great with high- performance players
- Patient and encouraging teaching style with a holistic approach
- Coached 3 players who earned golf scholarships
- African American Golfers Hall of Fame inductee, D1 College Golfer
A former Division I collegiate golfer and recent inductee to the African American Golfers Hall of Fame, Collegiate Division, James W. Reede, III has been an instructor in the game of golf since 2012. Over his career, he has earned a reputation for making the mechanics of the golf swing easy to understand and fun to implement for golfers of all ages and abilities. Reede was introduced to the game of golf at age four, won his first tournament at ten, and was ranked among the Top golfers in California by winning the Western States Jr Golf Championship by 4 shots in his senior year of high school. He competed on his high school golf team earning all-conference honors all four years. He continued his golf career as a Tiger at Jackson State University, where he served as Captain. Reede trained under PGA Class A Professionals and mental coaches Eddie Payton, Matt Holmes and Clifford Cheathon, whose tutelage furthered his understanding of the game both as a player and as an instructor.