Federico Frangiamore was born in Venice, ( Italy). He began golfing at the age of 5, and it was not long before his talent was recognized nationally.
At the age of 10, he placed first in the “Mickey Mouse Tournament”, one of Italy’s most important under 14 International Tournament.
Federico’s early success led to his being recognized by Italian Federation of Golf as a “Brevetto” and ” Brevetto Giovanile”. Both honors are reserved only for those very limited number of youth players that win and place highly in a significant number of major national events.
He received numerous accolades and winning a number of prestigious national Golf Tournaments. Notably prominent National Newspaper wrote “no one was better than Federico Frangiamore” and described his play as “magical” citing his “strong short game and a magic putt” and calling Federico “a true golf machine”.
In 2002 he was recognized by the Italian Federation of Golf as “Official Member of the Italian National Golf Team” and he began competing in International Championships of Europe Tour.
In 2005, at the age of 19, he placed first in the Leone San Marco Golf Tournament Venice that represents one of the oldest and most prestigious Tournaments in Italy.
In September 2005 he became a member of the PGAI and after his apprenticeship he assumed the position of Head Professional.
He was recognized one of the top ten Golfers in Italy and was able to compete with other highly ranked individuals nationally and internationally such as Mr. Costantino Rocca.
Federico is amongst the highest regarded golf educators in Italy, he possesses a special and unique qualified technique to teach the fundamentals of golf basics and tactical game elements that can make his students stronger and mentally prepared to handle competitive rigors all in a fun, giving them a lot of enthusiasm for the game. One of his student became the 2009 Under-14 Italian Champion. His success is a testament to Federico’s outstanding skills and abilities to provide extraordinary professional golf instruction.
Federico moved in NYC in late 2013 and he has been in the “new york city scene “ since then; he worked for Golf Manhattan (first indoor golf in Manhattan), Brooks Brothers and for 5 iron Golf before moving to the Peninsula in the west coast.
Federico has been published in the notorious “The New Yorker Magazine” in February 2019 and in “Golf Magazine “ in October of the same year for his teaching skills, professionalism and semplicity to deliver effective ways to improve your swing in a small amount of time and making it fun for public of all ages.