Bobby Clampett joined CBS Sports in 1991 as a course reporter for their broadcast of the PGA Championship. After retiring from his career as a professional golfer in 1995, Clampett was excited to accept a full-time position with CBS. He now works as a golf analyst at approximately 10 events per year and has become a respected member of the CBS Sports Golf Broadcast Team. Bobby’s success extends beyond broadcasting. He is an accomplished author and his new book, The Impact Zone is a unique instructional guide that focuses on improving a golfer’s understanding and execution of impact. Tom Lehman, 1996 British Open Champion and 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup Team Captain stated “Bobby Clampett is one of the most knowledgeable golfing minds in the game.”
Bobby Clampett was a regular on the PGA Tour from 1980 to 1995. During that time, he earned more than $1 million in tournament winnings. Clampett’s most successful year came in 1981 when he finished the season ranked 14th on the Official Money List. Bobby had another great year in 1982, winning the Southern Open and coming close with six other top-ten finishes. In 1984, Clampett became the youngest player to earn more than $500,000. Bobby joined the PGA Champions Tour in 2013 and has won over $1.2 million.
Clampett lives in Bonita Springs, FL with his wife Marianna. When he is not working, Bobby enjoys traveling with his family and piloting his own plane.