Kevin Perkins Golf Academy Moves To The Evergreen Club In Palm City

Kevin Perkins, a 37-year veteran in the golf arena, recently moved his Kevin Perkins Golf Academy to the Evergreen Club in Palm City. Perkins moved from the Wellington National Golf Club, previously known as the Binks Forest Golf Club.

The Kevin Perkins Golf Academy will continue providing world-class instructional programs at the 18-hole championship golf facility. The semi-private golf club is within a gated community of 520 acres in northeastern Martin County. The Evergreen Club is nestled among 299 home sites.

The 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course offers six sets of tees to accommodate players of all skill levels. Distances range from 6,910 yards from the back tees to 4,802 yards from the forward tees. The open space and casual atmosphere set the tone for a relaxed, yet challenging, game of golf.

Perkins is an author, lecturer, and has hosted and produced his own television and radio shows. He became the 92nd PGA professional to have achieved the elite “Master PGA” professional ranking. He is also a PGA of America adjunct faculty member and serves on the professional mentoring committee.

He has been influenced and worked with two teaching legends, Bob Toski and David Leadbetter, widely considered two of the greatest teachers ever.

Perkins also served as an apprentice with the Golf Digest Instructional School, where he studied under well-known teachers, such as Jim Flick, Peter Kostis, John Elliot Jr., Hank Johnson, Davis Love Jr. and Dick Aultman.

For more information about the Kevin Perkins Golf Academy, visit or call (561) 301-3783.