As a teacher, Rod Lidenberg reached the pinnacle of his career when he was named to GOLF Magazine’s “Top 100” Teachers in America. The PGA Master Professional and three-time Minnesota PGA “Teacher of the Year” has over his forty-five-year career, worked with a variety of players from beginners to tour professionals. He especially enjoys training elite junior players, many who have gone on to earn scholarships at top colleges around the country, in addition to winning several national amateur championships. As a player, he competed in two USGA Public Links Championships; the first in Dallas, Texas, and the second in Phoenix, Arizona where he finished among the top forty. He also entertained thousands of fans participating in a series of three exhibition matches beginning in 1972, at his home course, Edgewood G.C. in Fargo, North Dakota where he played consecutive years with Doug Sanders, Lee Trevino and Laura Baugh.